Never Trust a Smiling Fox

This red fox is my first attempt at a non-bird pattern. He’s inspired by the fox that visits Downeast Thunder Farm all too often. This guy is a friendly looking fox. However, my advice to you: never trust a smiling fox!

pdf pattern of a fox

Right click here and select “Save target as” (on a PC) to save this PDF fox pattern to your computer.

red fox pattern

Here’s a look at the simple treatment I did on the flip side.

fox-back

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9 Responses to Never Trust a Smiling Fox

  1. Alisa Beatty says:

    HOW WONDERFUL!! Thank you for this. My Mom, who has made every pattern you have posted, is SO EXCITED at the prospect of “animal” patterns. (hint, hint) 🙂

  2. Susan Miller says:

    Yay! I love it.
    Thank you! T

  3. Deena says:

    Oh my goodness! What a sweet fox. Thank you!

  4. Eloise says:

    Darling fox – but you haven’t finished with the birds!

  5. Betsy Mosier says:

    Your patterns are so wonderful ~ you should consider compiling them all together and publishing them as a pattern book ! I would buy one for sure !

  6. Rhonda Walter says:

    Your designs are wonderful. My mother would love these. She has always loved watching the birds, as do I. Your critters are also so cute!

  7. Aileen says:

    Fabulous birds. I’m planning finger puppet versions of the bird patterns for a preschool storytime!

  8. Sara says:

    Thank you so much for these amazing patterns, and most of all, thank you for making them free! I have made several of your woodland creatures and plan to make more to grace the Christmas tree this year.
    <3

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