This will probably be one of the more advanced projects in the book.
Once I had the fox finished I was a bit puzzled about what to use him for. I wanted to make a necklace, but the fox was pretty substantial, so the question was: what could I use for the necklace portion whose scale would balance the fox? Fortunately, I had a nice kumihimo cord that I made from hand-dyed silk back in my kumihino days and it turned out that the colors were perfect. I also had a piece of dyed druzy quartz (?) whose brown-red color would complement both the fox and the cord nicely. So it was just a matter of picking out the other beads, and the project was as good as done. I really love these flat square faceted carnelian beads, and the moss agate drop was a winner too.