awhile back, i’d posted that my crafting/children’s librarian/bloggy friend, small fox had invited me to be part of an “art exchange.”  i’m pretty sure that the chain ended with me (i can’t really blame anyone for not signing up — i don’t do them myself 99.2% of the time) and so i decided that at least i could create a little piece of art to share with small fox directly.  and the moment i had that idea, this little reading fox idea popped into my head.  granted, it went through quite a few sketch variations (hmmmm… does rossie’s process pledge extend to non-quilt projects too?  would you like to see the rough drafts of this?) before it turned into this, but in the end i was sooo pleased with the results.  small fox told me that she loved it so much that she showed it to everyone who came to her house for a visit, which just makes me even happier.  i love it when tiny inspiration strikes!

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6 Responses to foxita

  1. Yes, I would love to see your process for your ‘reading fox’!
    And I have read several process pledge post for other things than quilting: pattern designs, knitting.
    Thanks for a nice blog!

  2. Shawn says:

    Oh! I love this little fox so very, very much! :-)

  3. ruhama says:

    that process pledge is pretty neat and i think it does apply to more than just quilts. food bloggers already have a leg up on that, as many do document more than just the final step.

    i’m so glad she liked the fox!

  4. Sandi says:

    The reading fox is adorable! Yes, I think the process pledge should apply to non-quilty projects. I’d love to see the development of this little guy.

  5. Rebekah says:

    This is so adorable! That fox is too much. I would love to see your process for this.

  6. sarah says:

    It really is just too cute! I have it seated on my window sill in my office next to the stamp Frizz made me. The two bookish foxes are keeping each other well looked after! Thanks!

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