I kept looking at him and feeling bad that he had not eventuated beyond a little square. With finishing the quilt that I had made this guy to match (wow awful sentence construction, can't brain today), I thought it was time to reassess this little square.
Here's a refresher on the quilt:
Fortunately foxy and his matching fabric made it clear that a bag was in order. Thank goodness I listen to my fabric (the voices in my head - actually fabric! Who knew?!). It was an effortless project and came together beautifully.
This was one of those projects where I had just enough of each fabric to make the right sized bag. Those projects make me happy as maths has never been my forte. Maybe that's why i like paper piecing - no maths involved, just chunks of fabric and sew sew sew (okay complete disclosure: occasionally it's more sew, unpick, sew, swear, unpick, sew).
I backed it with some more of that cute woodland creatures fabric. Now you can see the little foxes I've been rabbiting on about. Hmm, is it wrong to include "rabbit" and "fox" in the same sentence?
|Ridiculously cute, right?|
I forgot to add to this post - this fox pattern is designed by Sonja of Artisania. She has some gorgeous paper pieced patterns and a great tutorial on paper piecing on her site.
Linking up to TGIFF - it's over at Marsha's Spot this week. Pop over and have a look!