Staff members were assigned homework at Keep Me In Stitches. Each of us was asked to make a block from Elizabeth Hartman’s pattern Fancy Fox II using any fabric in the shop. Here is my block—most likely the most traditional in the bunch, but I can’t get enough gray and navy right now (plus mint and coral!). You can’t tell from the picture, but this is a large block—20 inches!
Since the glasses shown on the pattern look just like the ones I wear, I appliqued them onto my block.
This was such a fun and easy block to make I “volunteered” to make a baby quilt from the original Fancy Fox pattern (smaller blocks) for a shop sample. It will be adorable!
Be sure to check out other great projects linked up with Judy at Patchwork Times.
Saw your blog today and saw the fox. Great job! Now can you help me! I am looking for a 12-inch square of a rooster for a quilt I am making for my sister in law. I am having a TERRIBLE time! Can you help me find a book or pattern that will do the job. I would be truly appreciative!!
Very fun, very cute! The glasses make a really fun addition.
Julie Stocker says
What a fun baby quilt! I would be thrilled to get it or give it.
Julie @ Pink Doxies
Jennifer in Indy says
love your fancy fox – the glasses really make him(?) pop!