FABRIC FRIDAY!


Did you know that Cynthia of Fabricworm is also the founder of Birch Fabrics? Check out Birch Fabric’s newest line, Storyboek by Jay-Cyn Designs. With two little boys, Cynthia is a true champion of designer boy-friendly fabric. Thank You Cynthia!

To enter for the chance to win a yard of Storyboek Whale Watch Shroom, tell us your favorite storybook. Either your own or whatever you are sharing with the kids. Quinn loves Curious George right now. I have a soft spot for anything Beatrix Potter or Russell Hoban. Leave your comment anytime between now and next Friday, August 12th. Tweet, stumble, or share on facebook and leave another comment letting us now. Come back every day for new entries. We’ll randomly select a winner and announce right here next Friday.

Find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…

The winner of a yard of Mod Lattice Seafoam is

sarah said…

i have a soft spot for plaids, i must admit…

Congrats Sarah! Go ahead and use the contact form to send us your address and Fabricworm will send off your prize!
Good luck everyone!

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194 Comments

Menzies

I love this fabric! My favorite book for my babe at the moment is "Love you Forever" by Robert Munsch.. it just has such great meaning!

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michelou

"But Not The Hippopotamus" by Sandra Boynton was my fav book growing up. My little guy loves it too!

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jweinzettl

Mine and my 3 year old daughter's favorite is "I Like To Be Little" by Charlotte Zolotow. It brings a tear to my eye in the end! So precious! Great fabric too, by the way!

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caralyn

What gorgeous boy-friendly fabric!
We've been obsessing over the Skippy Jon Jones series at my place. All three of my kids adore them!

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littlekahootz

Oh adorable. We read a lot of Dinosaur books now that the boys are old enough to request certain ones. I used to love reading them The Giving Tree…both in my belly and after they were born.

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Torrey

"Baby Weems" is one of my favorites. My son is addicted to Little Squirt Fire Engine. We read it everynight! : )

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bethanndodd

Great fabric…having 3 boys I am always looking for more "boyish" prints.

Right now we are reading alot of beginner books as 1 of my little guys is getting ready to start kindergarten (sniff, sniff). We also love Dr. Suess around here! Thanks for the chance. Smiles~Beth

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Kimberly F

My favorite storybook is the Little Red Hen. My mom used to read it to me when I was sick, so it makes my think of sweet Mommy snuggles.

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Itty Bitty Beasties

I'm a sucker for anything Ezra Jack Keats..I can't get enough of his artwork. But I love to read anything from Little Women to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea to Lemony Snicket and Hunger Games Series…Um, Book Worm, is the term I believe.
Oh, and I drop dead want that fabric. :o)

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Marcia W.

My fave storybook – Billy Goats Gruff – read from my childhood copy to my oldest grandniece with theatrical gestures and voices.
Thanks for the chance at the fabric.

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Morgan

I absolutely love this fabric!! the whales are just too cute! My little guy is just over a year now, and he really lights up when I read him The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear, which was one of my favs when I was a little girl! ๐Ÿ™‚

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Lynn

we love any of the Poppleton books…great illustrations, fun and funny stories.
thanks for the giveaway chance!

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Breezy Momma

When I was a child visiting my grandparents I would climb up in my grandfather's lap while he told me long, elaborate stories involving the epic adventures of three brothers and their only sister (my brother's and I, of course!). He would hold me and tell me fantastic tales of the siblings' adventures for hours, until finally the children saved the day and went back home to climb in their beds. After the "Epic Adventure" ended I would demand he read Albert the Albatross by Syd Hoff. I loved hearing about the little bird's misadventures, and imagining my grandfather befriending albatrosses himself when he was a sailor during the second world war. My grandfather's love of stories led me to a lifetime of being enamored with words (English major! lol) and more specifically the little book by Mr. Hoff led to my discovery of another story about an albatross, one of the best poems of all time, Samuel Taylor Coolidge's "The Rime (sic) of the Ancient Mariner." Now I read Albert the Albatross with my children, and they love it as much as I did.

Btw: This is my first visit to your blog, (I am a brand new sewer) and I wanted to tell you how WONDERFUL a resource this is! Thank you so much for sharing your insight and know-how…all for FREE! Sites like this are a tremendous help to those of us who are just learning and trying to do so on a budget. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

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R Carter

my favourite was The Secret Garden. My 4 y/o's favourites are the Gruffalo books and anything Frog and Toad. In fact the only time he cooperatively reads on his own is when he's choosing from a Frog and Toad book table of contents..or even the first page sometimes!

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debbiekl

Great fabric!
I have an old Alvin and the Chipmunks book from when I was little that I now read to my son. Maybe not a classic, but fun to share!

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frozenMandMs

We always loved Goodnight Moon. I read it so many times to my kids that the pages were torn and the cover fell off. They loved finding the mouse on every page. Memories . . .

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Tanea

The fabric is adorable! I loved Go Dog Go when I was little. My daughter loves anything by Sandra Boynton. Her books are hilarious, especially Moo Baa La La and Fifteen Animals.

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vickigraff

LOVE this fabric. The grey, the whales…it would make lovely curtains for the baby…should he ever decide to sleep in his room.

My favorite childhood book is Little Miss Bossy. Word on the street is that it was a must read for this bossy little miss.

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Jennifer Hall

Love the fabric!! It's a tie for my two favorite kids books…Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst and Wilford Gordon McDonald Partridge by Mem Fox

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Brianna B.

the first thing i ever sewed was when i got my first sewing machine when i was 10 or 11 (i got it for hanakah, and i was begging and begging my mom to get me one, and i got one!) it was a little star shaped pillow and i forgot to leave a little gap to flip it inside out so it was inside out but i just stilled luuuvvved it and i was so proud of my self for sewing something on my own and a brought it around with me for awhile. and i made it on a super bowl sunday and i brought it to the party with me because it was at my friends house ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜› and i still sew today i hope to become a pro someday <3 ((and also i refused to get anybody's help to help me learn to sew, but i eventually taught my self))
:X :O :X :O

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Brianna B.

my fave book scince foreverrrrr!!! is….
green eggs and ham!!!!! by dr. suess !!!
i think it was the first book i read the whole book…?

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