A Skulk of Foxes

I love that "skulk" is the group noun for foxes.

Skulk of Foxes
Christmas Fox Tree Decorations  -  Fox design on a tea towel  -  Fergal Fox

And here are some that Mrs Fox's is happy to call her own.

Mrs Fox’s Christmas fox tree decorations are dry point felted. These little handmade foxes are threaded on gold silks with a red wooden bead and tassel, for you to hang on your Christmas tree.  They stand approx 7.5 cm high.   Each unique little fox is only £7 +p&p and will arrive at your door in a recycled cardboard christmas gift box direct from Mrs Fox's Hertfordshire HQ 
Buy it HERE

Mibo's beautiful fox design on a tea towel is also a sewing project.  The design is printed onto organic cotton and with the addition of some stuffing and basic sewing skills you can create a stuffed toy.  In case you need a little support here's a video showing you how.  Your finished stuffed animal is about 31cm H and only £12 +p&p
Buy it HERE
We also sell Mibo's beautiful paper animals, so, give your fox some little friends.

As winter arrives Mrs Fox's Fergal Fox loves to snuggle by a warm fire, or throw on his scarf and go for long walks.

Fergal is a beautiful hand-sewn felt fox who stands around 30cm high. He is made of red and white felt, polyester filling and has button jointed arms and legs.  Fergal and his sister Ernestine are for sale on our Folksy store for £23 + p&p each.
Buy it HERE

Mrs Fox's felt fox Christmas tree decorations
And finally here are our felt fox Christmas tree decorations waiting to leave Mrs Fox's HQ for trees all over the UK.

All our foxes are made in the UK and are available from Mrs Fox's and Mrs Fox's Handmade.


  1. l really like those, particularly the last ones (tree decorations one).
    Nice to meet you, I have come over from Britmums :)

  2. Thanks, I make them myself and rather like them too. I will have to make myself some once we stop selling them in our store on Thursday 13th December, when we stop mailing for Christmas. I am starting to look forward to that date!


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