- Full colour photo instructions,
- Suitable for intermediate sewing skills
- Imperial measurements
Materials you need at home:
- 1-yard faux fur (you will have leftover fabric, but you need at least 30” in length to lay the body piece out the right way
- *Snap for snap closure to sew onto chin and tail (instructions not included, shouldn’t need them!)
- *Black buttons for eyes (shank buttons are best)
- *Strong sewing machine
- *Hand sewing needle
This is a downloadable sewing pattern PDF for a faux fur fox/mink wrap, or stuffy (depending on if you stuff it or not). The PDF includes an A0 file for projector use.
Finished product is 45" from toe tips to tail.
The fox can be made with faux fur for an authentic look, or you can make it with something easier, like fleece or minky. You can stuff the arms, legs, and body for a long stuffy toy, or you can keep it empty and wrap it around your neck like an old timey movie star.
Materials needed: *1-yard faux fur, or fleece, or minky (you will have leftover fabric, but you need at least 30” in length to lay the body piece out the right way). If you are making the fox in contrasting colours, you will need ½ yard of each colour (orange and white) *Black buttons for eyes *Strong sewing machine (and thread) *Hand sewing needle, something sturdy *Scissors *Optional snap for snap closure to sew onto chin and tail for a stole accessory (instructions not included) There is a ½” seam allowance included but not marked on pattern.
Hello! My name is Amie Scott, and I’m a fashion designer and pattern drafter.
I’ve been working with a needle and thread since 2003.
I design sewing patterns for clothing and various stuffed creature decor that I sell online.
I also design casual women’s and men's wear that’s been sold in various boutiques across Canada and the U.S. as well as online.