Doesn’t this Catch of the Day fabric just take you back to those days spent fishing with dad by the river? Not me. I was always too grossed out by the idea of slimy and icky fish flopping around. What was I thinking? The idea of sitting in a boat all day long in silence to catch some little yummy fish, sounds pretty fantastic!

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Catch of the Day by Hoodie tell us of a fish related memory you have. It can be your memory as a kid all the way to something that just happened yesterday. When I was little my mom thought it would be a good idea to let our goldfish swim with the Koi in our pond. About 5 minutes went by and Goldie was gone. Apparently the Koi preferred to eat her than play. Leave your comment anytime between now and Friday, October 28th. 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 one yard of Cosmo Cricket’s Circa 1934 Novelty Dots Red is…

Stephanie said…

OMG…I LOVE this fabric. I would totally make some hair accessories for all 4 of my little girls!! And maybe some little aprons for their playhouse. TOTALLY Cute!!

4 little girls, how cute! Hair accessories and aprons are great choices. Congrats! Please use the contact form to send us your address and Fabricworm will send off your prize!




my two sisters and I, we didn't fish much – I still won't touch slimy worms! I'm going to have to get over that soon though as I'm sure my 10 month old son will love fishing!


when i was little, my mom used to take my sisters and i to a pond to swim – and i can still feel the little fish that used to come up and rub against our legs. if we'd lay still and wiggle our fingers we could sometimes even get them to nibble. to this day – i'd rather swim in a lake with fish than a pool!


My grandpa would take us grandkids fishing. He would also pay us a penny a piece to pick up worms for his worm can after it rained!


Loved to fish out of a boat with my Grandmother. She would row us out to an area she knew was good fishing (I still don't know how she knew)She used a handline and taught us how to carefully lay the line out as we brought it back into the boat so as not to get into a tangle..but not being so careful I did make a horrible mess…I can still remember the age it took to get that line back on the cork reel. Taught me a good lesson or three about how to deal with knots. We always had a lovely meal of freshly caught and fried up fish and the aroma is in my senses and the delicate flavour is in my mouth as write. Served with crusty toast and homemade tartare sauce (her recipe) it was tres bon apetit.


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