Crochet Fox Cushion

For the Sea Foam Backpack I recently hooked, I used wool from Hema. Normally I don't like to hook with wool at all, but this is firm wool and I never, not even once, sticked the hook between the twined threads of the yarn. Because this wool is thicker than the cotton yarn I normally use, it really gets ahead fast. Reason enough to make more things with it. Like a fox cushion for example. Fits right in the autumn theme I see everywhere.  A nice get away from the very large project that I'm still working on and that's only halfway.

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  1. Darling~~ Pinned. Sharing on Facebook in the next day or two. Take care, Linda @Crafts a la mode

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  2. Really cute, this cushion! And just the right color of orange/brown!
    I'm already anxious to see your big project...
    Good luck on that!
    Have a nice weekend, Sigrid

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  3. Absolutely adorable!! Thanks for sharing. ;)

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  4. What a great idea it's lovely, thank you for linking all your lovely projects. :) xx

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  5. Really wonderful, perfect for fall and the holidays! I'm looking for wool that won't pill, something for a blanket that will last for years and years, like stuff used to......what do you think about this wool? Thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday! (ah and yes, I do hope to come to The Netherlands again, so could go to Hema myself!)

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  6. That's super duper cute and very foxy!

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  7. This is just too sweet! Beautiful job :) Found your sweet blog while visiting Mimi's lovely party. Happy weekend!

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  8. That fox is adorable thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party @DearCreatives Always great to see what your working on. Have a good weekend!

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  9. Liz, you have the creative energy of five people I swear! This is adorable. Thanks for sharing at Five Star Frugal this week. Love, Mimi xxx

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  10. Very cute! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!

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