Because even though there is snow in the forecast, it is SPRING!
But, he has his winter hat and scarf so he is prepared.
I find it incredibly difficult to get a decent photo of a black fabric piece. These are the best I could do. He is a lot cuter in real life.
This photo shows him best-
Here are 2 over-exposed photos that show the details of his face.
He is a bit more formal than the last two.
It is hard to get inspired to do foxes with outdoor interests (like butterflies, mushroom hunting, foraging, etc) in the winter when the forest in New England is asleep. But, wandering, even in winter, I can imagine.
eta- I have just listed these last 4 foxes into my etsy shop.
This kitty will not be blending in with the crowd! He’s popping!
This kitty has the softest cashmere sweater. Perfect for petting. And look at that bright striped vest! I had fun dressing this kitty fellow.
eta- All the kitties are now in my etsy shop.
I’m getting to the end of my vintage madras plaids. They’ve been fun to work with and so perfectly preppy.
He is also wearing a light-weight cashmere vest.
Because Fall is right around the corner- although it doesn’t feel like it this week. We are having a hot week here in Boston.
Stripes and plaid? All good on a kitty!
A fox forest explorer. He has his day bag on his back.
A cashmere scarf to keep the chill out.
And here is his wardrobe and bag contents-
A close-up of his pack.
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!
I think he has a very nice face- he looks sincere.
His vest is a print of ginkgo leaves.
A close-up of his pipe and briefcase.