She has a backpack for all her school supplies. Backpack details-
And here she is, face-front. She has a soft purple cashmere sweater and a bunny dress.
Sweet Face ♥
He is a shaggy, rather absent-minded professor. But he has some fabulous clothes!
He is made of Harris tweed that I bought many years ago. It is a coarse, textured wool. You can see in this close-up-
He has a Liberty of London lawn vest-
Elbow patches, of course-
And, his briefcase,
full of his scholarly papers.
I take apart/cut up cashmere sweaters from the thrift store to make these sweaters for my foxes. I wash the cashmere but it stays soft and drapey, perfect for the way I use it. On this one, I cut out the sweater pieces so that the original sweater’s ribbing could get used for my little fox sweater. Then, I took off a ruffle that went all the way around the original sweater’s button front and neckline and sewed it on for this sweet girl. Now she has the fancy sweater! Also a silk bow.
And a Liberty lawn dress.
Here is his gorgeous vest-
He is made from an interesting reclaimed wool fabric. I bought an old wool kimono type garment at a yard sale at a local Japanese School. It had some moth holes and worn spots so I felt guiltless cutting it up and giving it a new life. It has a very interesting textured weave.