DIY Fox Face Shirt

While attempting to do Christmas presents on a budget this year, I started by shopping my own fabric and craft stash. (Honestly, probably something I should do every time I start a project. Teehee.) I had a few t-shirts I got on super sale at Joann’s a few months ago, and I obviously have tons of fabric, so I decided to combine the two.

The fleece I used was actually left over from the Snoopy costume I made last year.  In order to get the face to adhere straight and flat, I used double sided fusible interfacing – I always use heat n bond brand, but I’m sure there are other brands available out there. So all-in for this bad boy was about $4!

If you want to make one yourself, you can download and use the fox face pattern I created here.


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