Tag Archive: cat

All the fondest wishes

Somehow it’s December again, and that means I’m two months shy of turning 30. Crazy stuff. I sent all my Christmas cards this weekend, and have begun the Christmas shopping. The temps have… Continue reading

Quilting in Queens

Gift Fox is now quilting in Queens! While the new apartment in Astoria is a bit tight, it’s not entirely un-quilt-friendly. Without the amazing counterspace of my Dover, NH apartment, and without the high-ceiling,… Continue reading

Relax :: Nothing is under control

It’s barely 2014 and I’m  newly 29 and everything in my world has already drastically changed. Recently, this meme came into my minifeed and I’m going to keep reminding myself that change is… Continue reading

Pouches Ain’t Just for Marsupials; Resolutions Ain’t Just for Resolving

Finally! The holidays are over & I can share photos of the delightful little zipper pouches I made for friends & family! Pictured above are 7 of the 18 that I crafted, each… Continue reading

Quilted Stockings

This post is just to say that I made quilted stockings this Sunday. For Michael, Tilly “Willicus” Cat, & me. But none for the squirrels in our walls. My one regret is not making… Continue reading

Jess “Gift Fox” Math

Def. of Jess math –  Incorrect (yet endearing!) mathematical answers to seemingly simple math problems I am in the thick of cutting & piecing my wild geese quilt, which means there is a… Continue reading

Take Flight, November

Sun’s gone. A black-necked goose swallowed it and went south while I slept. All right. That is the way things are. (excerpt from “Not One Bird In This” by Mekeel McBride) Sunday morning. At… Continue reading

Pink Critters Crib Quilt

Pink critters abound for Baby Cece!  This summer, I made a pink & yellow (& grey & purple & hedgehog) quilt for my friend’s baby girl, Cecelia. Every time I see Cece, she… Continue reading

Horse. Whimsy. Quilt.

Tilly the “Willicus” is an integral part of Gift Fox quilting. Here she is expertly modelling a whimsical horse quilt I made for myself this January. I used a vintage sheet for the… Continue reading