DIY Stuffed Fox

Editor’s Note: Please welcome Crystal, from Stitched by Crystal. She will be joining us as a regular contributor in 2014. Crystal blew me away last season on So You Think You’re Crafty and I think you’re going to LOVE the projects she shares! xoxo Tauni

Hi there! I’m Crystal from Stitched by Crystal. I am so excited to be joining in as a contributor here at SNAP! and I have a super cute tutorial to share with you today!

There are only 6 shopping days left until Christmas!  If you are like me, you have put off your Christmas shopping and are now scrambling to get everything done.

Well, I am here to help! Do you have any kids left on your shopping list?  Today I am sharing an adorable stuffed fox sews that up in less than an hour and would make a great gift for any little one..or for any fox loving adult! And since it is the giving season, I am sharing a pattern to make these little guys with you for free!

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These little foxes measure about 15″ tall and they are made of fuzzy fleece so they are oh so snugly!  There eyes and nose are made from fleece too and sewn on so they are safe for baby too.

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You can download the pattern all all the instructions for these foxes by this link –> Stuffed Fox Pattern by Stitched by Crystal

DIY Stuffed fox 2

DIY Stuffed fox 3

Do you need a little extra something to give with your new fox?  Check out my tutorial for a simple Doll Quilt made from fat quarters!

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Crystal Motes
I am Crystal, a working mom of two who loves to craft in my spare time. I enjoy all things crafty but my true passion is sewing. I share my sewing and other crafty things over at Stitched by Crystal.
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    • Jessica, Crystal is unbelievably talented. You’re going to fall over and die when you see her posts. Also? These little foxes are adorable! xoxo Tauni

  1. These are precious and I am so excited to start putting this little fox together. My fabric is cut…I’m studying the instruction. However, I can’t figure out where the extra pattern pieces go. These pattern pieces are not labeled and are on the sheet with the ears and face pieces. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

    • **(facepalm)** …it’s part of the front and back of the body pattern… I knew as soon as I would ask it would click…moving on. The stitchery starts.

  2. I just wanted to thank you for posting this. My son is doing a wild animal fair for school and he chose the fox for his animal. We were supposed to do a 3D project and we used your fox pattern. He loves it and it gave me a great opportunity to teach him how to sew. Thank you!

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