Once the dress was made and on, it was obvious that she needed a crown!
She has a little fox doll and I didn’t want her to lose it so I put a pin on its’ back.
Her school bag- just the kind I wanted as a kid.
I have a collection of these fun ribbons and I love it when I find a place to use them! Those mushrooms were exactly what this little wool dress needed.
I packed a picnic in a basket for her.
I thought this photo looks like a school picture!
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone who celebrates tomorrow!
It has gotten a bit cold in Boston for this particular outfit but it would be perfect for the Spring.
I do like her striped green shirt/jacket. Maybe I should try to make myself one!
A close-up of her purse-
I have so many fabrics that are perfect for fox dresses… I get so excited about every one!
She has a button-up cashmere sweater and a soft white shawl/scarf. And, of course, her school bag.
She is adorable! I have been looking forward to using this Liberty fabric, ever since I bought it last Spring. It is perfect colors for and orange fox girl.
She has an incredibly soft and fuzzy cashmere sweater to wear on top.
Close-up of her purse-
And here, open-
She is the last pug for now.
The garden has been so amazing this year and the flowers are inspiring me.
She has a black silk bow right above her tail.
And another adorable pug couple.
I bought this fabric a few years ago, knowing I had to make a doggy skirt out of it.
She has a wool felt collar and cuffs, a cashmere skirt, and a silk ribbon at her ear. And a slightly cranky expression…
This kitty fabric is a wool knit from my mom’s stash, probably circa 70′s.
We got a good amount of snow yesterday.
She has an organic cotton dress, a cashmere sweater, and a wool felt purse.