Sew Ready to Play Continues On

Well….. Yes, the series was supposed to end last Friday… But the fun continues! Come on, let’s keep playing!

Have you ever played Mr. Fox? Well, I had never heard of it until a playdate this summer. Maybe our friends made it up, I don’t know… But either way it’s fun and my son loves it.

Here’s how it goes. Someone is Mr. Fox. Everyone else lines up away from, but facing Mr. Fox. Then someone from the line calls out, ‘What time is it Mr. Fox?’ Mr. Fox replies back with a time, ‘It’s 2 o’clock.’ The line takes 2 steps towards Mr. Fox. This goes on until the answer from Mr. Fox is, ‘It’s LUNCHTIME!!!’ Then Mr. Fox chases everyone and the first one he tags becomes the new Mr. Fox!

When I was figuring out what my project would be it was between making something related to Hullabaloo or Mr. Fox. I went with the Hullabaloo project. But then realized that the twins who taught us this game have a birthday coming up this week. Soooo, I decided to continue with my plan for the Mr. Fox inspired project, a fox mask!

And here’s how I made it. Pretty simple!

Step 1 Materials:

3 colors of felt, brownish red, cream and black. I bought a quarter yard of each, but you don’t even need that much, a fraction of that! I bought the felt on a bolt versus the craft felt.

Thin elastic, about 12″


Exacto Knife

Thread, cream and black

Pattern, click here for the pattern

Fabric Glue, optional. I didn’t use it, but I prefer to sew. If you don’t want to sew, use the glue.

Step 2:

Cut the pieces out of each color. Careful around the eyes, I had to cut mine twice!

Step 3:

Poke holes in the brown piece for the elastic to thread through.

Step 4:

Cut the elastic, 12″.

Step 5:

Thread the elastic through the holes.

Step 6:

Sew down the elastic. I did a line of stiching through the elastic and then I went over it with a zigzag stitch for a cleaner finished look on the back

Step 7:

Sew on the cream pieces.

Step 8:

Sew on the black pieces.

Step 9:

Watch out for foxes lurking about the house…. They’re sly ya know!


  1. He looks so cute in that mask! I love it! Have you made a whole woodland set? You should make the set and sell them… this is adorable! If you don’t… I will! 🙂

  2. I love the mask – I’ve been meaning to do something like this recently for fancy dress parties so thanks for the instructions and the gorgeous pictures – I think even my fussiest nephew would wear that!!

    It’s a very popular game where I’m from… (Surrey, UK) I played it a school (many moons ago!) as did my older sister and my mother too! Now my little niece plays it at her school (she is obsessed with the game, but she cheats by not walking any closer lol)
    I think I even had to ‘play’ it as part of a theatre show when I was a teenager!

    However ours was always Mr Wolf… as in “What’s the time Mr Wolf?”

    • I'm Feelin' Crafty says:

      Thank you! And thank you for your story about the game. I love hearing about how yall play it in other parts of the world!

  3. Thank you for posting these instructions!!! They were just what I needed to make the masks for my daughters birthday presents. These instructions were great to follow. You can see the masks you helped me make at

  4. I’d love to feature this adorable fox mask on the Britex Fabrics blog, and link back to you with the tutorial directions. I wanted to ask your permission to use a photo of your child wearing the mask though! Is that OK?

  5. What a sweet mask! I might need to make one for myself. Never too old to play dress up : )


  1. […] your little prince or princess, paper chains, animal mask and superhero mask to make for your child’s party or anytime playtime. Have a good […]

  2. […] found a great mask tutorial online for a fox.  I simply changed the color of felt to make a wolf and cut the eye hole a bit larger to […]

  3. […] o simplemente para jugar en casa, estas máscaras de fieltro serán el deleite de los peques. En base a un patrón, podréis crear diferentes máscaras de […]

  4. […] Masquerade Mask  2. Felt Barn Owl  3. Felt Fox Tutorial  4. Paper Mache Mask Tutorial  5. Fox Mask  6. Bird Mask […]

  5. […] from the craft blog, I’m Feelin’ Crafty, made a tutorial for this uber adorable fox mask for her son and his pack of animal pals. Now they’re ready for a wild game of Mr. Fox. She says, […]

  6. […] Sew Ready to Play Continues On […]

  7. […] On Pinterest I saw the cutest little fox mask from I’m Feeling Crafty. Click here to see here blog and get the […]

  8. […] 13. Well Hello Mr Fox Cute mask for really small kids (via feelincrafty) […]

  9. […] I don’t know if you remember, but what looks like ages ago (the kiddo looks so little in the pictures), I made a fox mask. […]

  10. […] been around here for long, you know I like masks! Especially masks! We’ve done the Mr. Fox and the Arctic Fox and now it’s the Lion. Ready to make your […]

  11. […] used the same basic mask design that I used for the arctic fox and the fox. I obviously changed the colors. And of course, I had to add some tiger stripes. Since he is Tiger […]

  12. […] might know, I’ve made a few masks on my own over the years… A lion, an arctic fox, a fox, a tiger, and a few superhero masks! But I’ve never made one with a snout… So I bought […]

  13. […] หน้ากากสัตว์จากผ้าสักหลาด ของเล่นง่ายๆ ที่ใช้เพียงฝีมือเย็บปักถักร้อยค่ะ ใช้ผ้าสักหลาดเพื่อความคงทนนะคะ จะใช้กระดาษแข็งก็ได้แต่ไม่ทน โดนน้ำนิดหน่อยก็ขาดก็เปื่อยแล้วค่ะ เลือกสัตว์ที่เจ้าตัวน้อยโปรดปรานมาเป็นต้นแบบ วาด ตัด เย็บ จากนั้นก็ลองใส่ได้เลยค่ะ หากคุณแม่ขยันอาจทำหางหรือทำชุดเพิ่มก็ได้นะคะ ที่มา : […]

Oh, great, you're leaving a comment!! I love reading comments!! Thanks for taking the time to share what's on your mind.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: