The 55 Fox Fiasco is the 2014 collaboration project that Dawn Lewis, Mel Alce and Marni Franks set for themselves.

The aim is to create 55 fox inspired projects over the course of 2014.

The idea to do a year-long collaboration project together came about after a conversation the three of us had at our favourite local market (HCM), about how crazy we would be to do something on such a large scale, but the idea stuck and so we bring to you

The Fifty-Five Fox Fiasco

Over the course of the year we will be bringing you 55 crafty projects – made by either Dawn, Mel or myself – with guest bloggers/artists and other crafty types contributing during the year.

There will be kits for projects as well as pattern sheets, recipes, VIP membership to the FFFF and a whole host of other bits and pieces along the way.

Stay tuned for more information.

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    • Hi Olivia,

      We are already in planning mode for next year and we can pop owls on our list of potentials.

      Thanks for the suggestion.


  1. Hi guys

    I’m a rescue fox owner in Australia. I volunteer at the only shelter & charity in Australia for the red fox, http://www.sydneyfoxrescue.com . We hold regular Crafternoons & would love to use any & all patterns, especially crochet & knitting, for projects we can make & sell at our market stalls. Is that OK with you?

    Love your work ladies!

    • Hi Mairi,

      Thanks for commenting. We are actually in the process of discussing things with SFR to organise a few things this year to help them and us with reaching people. You are very much welcome to use any/all project instructions for your crafting for the markets. Could you please add our information on any packaging (website is sufficient) for IP and copyright.

      Thanks for following along with the foxy fun.
      So jealous that you own such a darling creature.
      If you have any further questions please email info@55foxfiasco.com

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