Fabric Friday

What an exciting week we have had celebrating all things ribbon. Now let’s top it off with an awesome fabric to use in combination with your ribbons. Don’t you just love Aneela Hoey’s Walk In The Woods fabric? I was always a fan of Little Red Riding Hood, minus the whole wolf eating grandma part.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Aneela Hoey, Walk In The Woods, Icing tell us about one of your favorite stories as a child. I loved the story of Ferdinand. It was about a little bull that preferred to stop and smell the roses over bull fighting. Leave your comment anytime between now and Friday, March 16th. 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…

The winner of one yard of Sweetwater, Reunion, Baby’s Bunting Vanilla is…

Sarah Pabody said…
I have handmade fabric bunting from my daughter’s 1st birthday party now decorating her big girl room. It makes the room perfectly cheery!

Congrats! Look out for an email from us very shortly.



Sarah Pabody

My favorite story as a child was blueberries for Sal…. although now it makes me a little “shivery” when I think of one of my babies having Sal’s adventures!


My favorite story was “The House that Jack Built”. I could recite by the time I was four!

Stephanie Olmsted

I always liked The Little House on the Paire books.
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I don’t have any memories of bedtime stories or circletime from early childhood. I do however, distinctly remember one of the first books I received as a birthday present: Bartholomew and the oobleck. My first exposure to the amazing works of Dr Seuss.


My favorite story as a child was actually a local one. About an old family member who buried treasure on our family land. I used to dream about finding it while out playing in the woods :0) I actually still have that dream.


I loved the Beverly Cleary series, and read them over and over. The one I remember the best is how Henry found his dog Ribsy and begged his parents to keep him. Thanks for the giveaway – I love this new line of Aneela Hoey fabrics, and particularly love the Little Red Riding Hood print!

jacque g

I grew up in the 60’s and loved everything Dr.Seuss! “Go Dog Go” was probably my favorite!


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