My focus this year on small projects has lead me to my UFO stash....
obviously the fact that projects only require a couple of hours work
to finish them doesn't preclude them from being tossed aside when
a new shiny project comes along 😳
A few years ago I was lucky enough to attend an event in Sydney
called Urban Stitches. Along with some lovely projects from Rosalie
Dekker and her lovely sister Melly, we worked on a gorgeous felt fox
with the divine
Jodie Carleton from Ric Rac.
I had managed to stitch and stuff a few of the body parts over the course
of that weekend, but that's where my poor fox was left...unfinished and
looking rather disjointed!
A few hours of hand blanket-stitching, and he was looking MUCH more handsome.
This is a totally hand sewn project, and was such fun to watch come to life!
Now my fox is happily sitting in my craft space, I'm thinking I may just pull
out some of the other kits I bought that weekend...the pig and giraffe are exceptionally cute!
While on the subject of foxes, I thought I'd share my next instalment of
Foxley Village...Part 7.
Only two more blocks to go on this one! The quilt top is a really nice size
now, so it's tempting to just get in and finish it off (if only I didn't have so
many other projects on the go!)
I'd better get stitching!
Thanks for popping in to visit...and have a lovely weekend! ITS FRIDAY!