Mary had a polka-dotted little lamb… So maybe it wasn’t polka-dotted but if it looked as cute as these little lambs I’m sure she would have taken it. I am especially loving the colors in Laurie Wisbrun’s Modern Whimsy, Organic Cotton, Sheep Park. There is just something very pleasant and happy about this fabric. I think it has to do with all the cute little sheep grazing about.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Laurie Wisbrun’s Modern Whimsy, Organic Cotton, Sheep Park tell us your favorite nursery rhyme. Mine is one that I heard as an adult called, Who Killed Cock Robin. It’s super dark (as I’m sure you can tell from the title) but I just love the tune. Leave your comment anytime between now and Friday, December 23rd. Tweet, Stumble, or share on Facebook and leave another comment letting us know. 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…

We were loving all the jokes that came in. The winner of one yard of Natalie Lymer Woodland, Toadstool Spots Turquoise is…

Libby said…

Two peanuts were walking down an alley, and one was a salted.

You might need to say it out loud for it to be funny. 🙂

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This Little Piggy is pretty popular around here…though we have also been doing a lot of Pat-a-Cake and Itsy Bitsy Spider lately.


Jack Sprat could eat no fat, his wife could eat no lean; and so b'twix them both, they licked the platter clean!


I seemed to learn altered versions of popular fairy tales. One of my favorites is Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn … only ending with Where is the boy who looks after the sheep? He's under the haystack with Little Bo Peep!


not sure if this counts as a nursery rhyme, but I've always liked The House that Jack Built


My fave is little boy blue – probably because my one yr old daughter looks so cute wandering around looking for little boy blue whenever her brother and I say it.


not that it's a lullabye, but my mom used to sing me the song from the book "I'll love you forever" we wore that book out!

Alison F.

My favorite is more of a modern nursery rhyme. It's called Snuggle Puppy :o) It's so sweet and has a simple little tune to it.

Mama Mediocre

My favorite is the same one my dad dedicated to me.
There was a little girl who had a little curl right in the middles of her forehead, and when she was good she was very very good, but when she was bad she was horrid.


"no more monkeys jumping on the bed, that is what the doctor said"…..we love the reggae version of thAt song from a story I used to love when I was little.

seattle mama

Coffee and Tea. I loved that one of my daughters (a twin) loved to recite it and pretend that she was the sister that loved coffee.

carlinrae at hotmail dot com


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