Wild Olive Swap Piece

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    I've now made 2 pieces, and I'm not happy with my colors on either one. What do y'all think??

    1. Euphoria... 37 months ago | reply

      should have gone with a brown or red-orange fox... Its still cute though- I would rock him on my wall!

    2. j_q_adams 37 months ago | reply

      My partner's favorite colors are green and gold, which is why I was trying to work with these colors. : (

    3. Euphoria... 37 months ago | reply

      Then they will surely love it! ;o)

    4. Katherine of Honeyhill Designs 37 months ago | reply

      John, he could be a sly fox who's trying to hide? I think it's pretty neat that you have to work to find him. I'm sure it shows up better in person too, so go with it! ;)

    5. sewsweetness 37 months ago | reply

      I like this one! I was going to suggest orange too, but then I saw that you were working with particular colors.

    6. mom12696 37 months ago | reply

      I just adore foxes. Very cute!

    7. BextraordinaryU 37 months ago | reply

      I love that fabric, & isn't that the role of the fox? To try to blend in & be stealthy? He looks like he's trying to be a little smug about his ability to camouflage & forgot he's got those tell tale black tips. Which makes me smile! I like him, & I bet your partner will love him!

    8. Krislovesfabric 37 months ago | reply

      Of the two, I definitely like this one best...the fox is sure fun!

    9. sonjaartisania 37 months ago | reply

      If you do end up making one more, a nice dark brown bark background would let your light green fox pop. And yeah, it wouldn't take too long to fill the whole fox in with random seed stitches. It's such a cute design :)

    10. Craftydiddl 37 months ago | reply

      I like this one, he pops a bit more!

    11. Momma Thomps 37 months ago | reply

      If those are the colors that your partner wanted then they will love it. It looks great!

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