Dogs on his belly and a shiny eagle button.
At least 6 faces!
Because there are more on the back.
This fellow looks like he is thinking- And now I am going to do a triple flip and land in a fishbowl! Or anticipating some other amazing feat.
Really, I had to honor the mustache in November, right?
eta- I have added the available men to my etsy shop if you are interested.
The title sounds very seasonal, doesn’t it!
I will never get over how fantastic this toile is. Lions,
ruins, sheep, bunnies, owls and swans and ladies dressed like Greek goddesses!
Everyone needs a little bit of pirate in their life, don’t they?
I’m working on filling up my shop for the gift buying season. I won’t be doing any markets before Christmas. Time for some fresh men!
This fox is a traveler.
He has all he needs for his wandering ways. A warm jacket and vest, a kerchief in one pocket and his map in the other. He has a backpack to hold his other necessities. His vest is soft flannel and I love the pine trees- perfect!
Here is a close-up of his supplies- his notebook, money, utensils, snack.
I will try to get the 6 available foxes into my etsy shop by the end of today.
I’d made this jacket for another fox last summer but when it was mostly finished and I tried it on, it looked terrible- it was too light-colored for that particular fellow. It is just right on this fine fox.
Mushroom hunting is a great excuse for a walk in the woods. No eating of foraged fungi is necessary. I am sure this fox is an expert though and knows the good stuff and will be making dinner later. You can see that he found a really big mushroom for his collecting bag.
The boy foxes I just finished are also made from hand-dyed by me wool fabric. I think you can see the color variations in these pics.
Corduroy jacket, tartan vest, mustard yellow tie.
In his bag is his notebook and 2 mushrooms- a regular size one and a BIG one.