I have been designing patterns as Criter Pattern Works for 22 years. In that time, I have become friends with many of my customers. Each year when I see them at shows, they beg me to design a pattern of their favorite critter. This Foxes quilt pattern grew out of a friend's obsession with foxes. Her enthusiam inspired me.
This quilt is fused raw edge applique, with some thread painting, and drawing with machne stitching. The hand embroidery is pearl cotton, and the flower and tree drawings are built on the foundation I started in my two most recent quilts, Crazy Sheep and Sheep Wannabees which are listed in my Etsy shop too.
If you printed out the whole PDF pattern, it would be thirty-six 8 1/2" x 11" pages. I always assume that you don't know how to do any of the techniques needed to make up one of my patterns.There are color photos on every page (except the pages with the line drawings which make up the patterns for the Foxes and Chickens).. My thinking is that you only need to print out the line drawings, and leave the rest of the pattern to refer to on your computer. When you cut up your patterns to make the details for the appliques, you always have a complete set of drawings in your computer. I foiled the gremlins once again. (Don't you have gremlins taking your stuff at your house, too?)
The finished size of the quilt in the photos is 35" wide x 32" high.