February Fox ...scarf give away!

Sunday, 13 February 2011

fancy a fox to keep you cosy in february or what's left of it.  made especially for those animal lovers out there.
.....all you have to do is think of a name for this fox and we will choose a winner at random.
100% Lambswool, Knitted in Scotland.
Approximately 118cm long x 10cm wide 

97 comments:

  1. Ziggy is my proposal for a Foxy name :-) I would love to win this give away...

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  2. oh i love foxes.

    this one is a Peter.

    greetings
    D

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  3. Oh! I like it a lot! But i live in Holland and that is a bit far away :-( I think you make realy nice things. I saw you on a site from a dutch store Nul50.

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  4. I think Basil would be a lovely name....Bam Bam!

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  5. Felix - yes.... Mr Felix the red! louX

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  6. i think Rainbow Fox as he looks happy and colourful :) x x

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  7. I would call it "Mikkel" Is a danish nickname for fox...;)

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  8. Been looking for a foxy scarf....
    How about "Foxy Frock"?
    Would love to put that around my neck in Missouri...I would be the envy!
    amy_boyd@swbell.net

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  9. wouldn't I be the envy in Missouri, USA?
    How about Foxy Frock?
    amy_boyd@swbell.net

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  10. Mr Coop

    (as in chicken coop) snort...

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  11. What about Jimmy - singer of Foxy Lady or Juliet from Romeo and Juliet as red is a symbolic colour for romance and we are so close to Valentines Day : )

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  12. Hi D Wya

    How about: 'Phil Flat Fox', quite a tongue twister! & ahem, nice play on words....I also like 'Canning Little Vixen', you get me, after the opera.....Mark Robinson x

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  13. Would Sam be naff?! I think I might already know the answer to that.... so my second suggestion is Quentin.

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  14. Oh my goodness, I just love this scarf too much ^_^

    A good name...Gustav. Gustav the fox.

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  15. Fabulous mr fox, I think I'd call him sly.

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  16. how about valentine? since it is valentine's day today!

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  17. i would name him 'murray.' for two reasons. one, it is my maiden last name. and two, it is a scottish name, and seeing as how he was made in scotland, it seems so fitting. :)

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  18. Looks like a Miss Frida Foxy Fox to me!

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  19. Vulpes vulpes! - the latin name for the red fox.

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  20. Frank the Fox it would be called in my closet!

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  21. In Denmark we nickname all foxes 'Mikkel Fox' :-)

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  22. Ms. Faux Fox. Og just Faux, maybe?

    It's hilarious and sooo cute. I would love to wear it aorund my neck!

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  23. "Ræv" is the danish word for Fox - and I would write it like this "RÄV" - then it's a bit more international... with the ¨ over the A ;0)

    Hope i win this - 'cause it's TOO cool for school... or work... or as a stay at home mom... or, or, or....

    Happy valentine's
    Louise

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  24. Hieronymous Fox would be my choice !

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  25. I want to name him Felix the fox. Named after my neigbours sweet little red haired son.

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  26. Hello! I have found your blog at the very end of January. I'haven't "explored" it yet, but I like what I've seen till now, especially the numerous kinds of animals. And your sense of humour that I feel when I look at them.:)
    For me, this is Simon - the Dreamer!:0)

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  27. I thinks it's a Fred. (How cute is he!)

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  28. ""Robert my hero" that's for me the name which fits him like a glove !

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  29. In Catalan the name for fox sounds so cool: "Guineueta".

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  30. 'Flavius Flufus' would be my pick. Because it is so decadent and funny at the same time- wearing a fox around your neck.

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  31. All I can think of is my daughter's name for her fox pillow pet, "Foxalina."

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  32. Mr Fernando Fox, the slick and sly man about the urban neighborhood! xxx p.s hes super cute!

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  33. Leonard. I would call him Leonard.

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  34. There's an urban fox that lives near my boyfriend's flat. All winter, even through the harshest snow we would see him scurrying around looking for food. My boyfriend started leaving apples outside for him but it transpires foxes don't have much of a taste for apples as they were still there when the ice thawed.

    It was a particularly cold Scottish winter and I would worry about old foxy in the sub zero temperatures, and took to singing belle and sebastien's 'fox in the snow' whilst peering out the window, hoping to see him. My boyfriend still thinks I made this wee ditty up myself, so, as an apology to the band, and an homage to the Footdee Fox, I suggest 'Sebastien'!

    :)

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  35. Fuzzy Fox! I Like your work very very much! greetings from Princess of Keramos

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  36. How about Alfred or Nicolas?

    polleke@gazeta.pl

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  37. I think 'Swift' would be a cool name for this cool fox!

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  38. Uhh I love the fox! He is definitely a Charlie:)

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  39. Richard the Fourth. He looks regal :)

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  40. how sweet of you to give us a Lucy Fox!

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  41. What a gorgeous give away!!

    Douglas, for no other reason than he looks like a Douglas to me.

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  42. amelie is the first name that came to mind.. beautiful scarf! i love foxes.. have you seen the fantastic mr. fox movie/?? one of my all time favorite films <3

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  43. mm fernando, mr. furry, felix...
    I LOVE it! It's very welcome to sleep aroudn my neck :)

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  44. Willamina fox suits her I think.

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  45. definitely a lady fox, i'd name her marilyn after marilyn monroe.

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  46. I would call him Fingal the fox, he is very very lovely x

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  47. The name for the Aurora Borealis is Revontulet, which translated means fox fires. According to Finnish Folklore, the lights were caused by foxes sweeping their tails across the snow so that sparks fly into the night sky.

    Because of this, I name him Sparky!

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  48. oh how fun! how about Mr. Red? i know, not too original, but i like it :) there are some great names in the list already!

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  49. Where i'm from we have this children's song about a fox called Mikkel. I think he looks like a Mikkel:)

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  50. POPPI, for me he looks like a "poppi fox", have a great week

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  51. For me this is a real 'Freddie'.

    floor.thomassen@gmail.com

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  52. Frederick. Superior and wise with a sly twist.

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  53. Farrell fox of flat town. I love him by the way.
    xxx

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  54. foxxy loxxy. love the design! so fun!

    leahluna33@gmail.com

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  55. "Doudou renard", because I'm sure is so smooth and sweet!!

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  56. I hope its not too late- how about Alfred?

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  57. Oh my. I've been in love with this fox since I first saw him.. (and with all foxes, as you can see in my avatar).

    A name, hmmm.. I'd say Renard, which means Fox in French! :) Oh I would love to adopt Renard.. *fingers & toes crossed*

    Lisa

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  58. Furnando de Foxi, such a beautiful fox!

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  59. i think it's a Geraldine :)

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  60. I think 'bruno' is a nice name for a lovely fox like this one. Would love to join this give-away.

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  61. hi don :-) i think he looks like a Petri. Sir Petri Foxy-Lockwood.

    jxxx

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  62. I think it should be called Fosse!
    Fosse the Fox :)

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  63. I think Frisky :)
    Great giveaway - thank you!
    K

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  64. Felice Fox!!!! I would LOVE to win that scarf! I would wear it day in and day out for the rest of my life. Does that sway it? Sarah xx

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