fox girl and bunny

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I know I’ve talked about my connection to fabrics before somewhere, but in case you forgot ;-)

I love using fabrics that hold memories for me. I still have lots of fabric from my mom. I have fabrics that were gifts. I have fabrics that I purchased while traveling. This sweet little girl fox is wearing 2 memories for me- her shawl and a Liberty print dress. The shawl fabric was acquired on my first trip to Minneapolis, recorded here on my blog. Wow, that was a long time ago! I bought the Liberty fabric in San Francisco on my first (and only) visit to Britex. I was spending some quality shopping time with Sonya. And while I was sewing, I was remembering my travels.

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everyday working (man) fox

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Some of these foxes are made from wool I dyed last summer. My not-very-good dye job means slight variations in color which I happen to like a lot!

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I think he has a very nice face- he looks sincere.

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His vest is a print of ginkgo leaves.

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A close-up of his pipe and briefcase.

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dark fox girl

This dark blue dress fabric has always seemed a bit witch-y to me. Are there little fox girl witches?

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Her jacket is a printed flannel and she has a spider web-by scarf around her neck.

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In this photo you can see the pattern on the flannel jacket.

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