Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Fabricworm Giveaway! Aneela Hoey Walk in the Woods!

Hey Fabricworms,
Who wouldn't want to get their hands on 15 Fat Quarters Aneela Hoey Walk in the Woods. You can win the Blue Bell Poppy bundle! Everyone has a chance to win, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post answering the question below and you will be entered to win. The giveaway will end at 8:30am PST, Monday, March 12th. The winner will be chosen by random.org and announced later that day.

This week we wanna know:
What's your favorite childhood story?

But don't forget you get 4 bonus entries by doing the following:
  • 1. Tweet the giveaway! Copy this:
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Then make sure to add an additional comment to this post with your twitter ID

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  • 3. Join the mailing list by submitting your email address on our homepage where it says: "sign up" and post an additional comment that you joined the mailing list.

  • 4. "Pin" your favorite bundle or fabric on your Pinterest Board. Just click "add" on your Pinterest account. Then add the link to, and add "Fabricworm" as the description.
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Tara said...

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Tara said...

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pinned: http://pinterest.com/pin/7248049370291205/
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If Toys Could Talk said...

There are so many, but I have always had a soft spot for an older book called, "The Mushroom Center Disaster." :) Thanks for the chance to win!

If Toys Could Talk said...

I'm a email subscriber. :)

Jessica said...

Classic fairy tales and Isaac Bashevis Singer's collection of short stories for children. Those fantastical stories of demons and ghosts clashing with simple village lives have stayed with me.

tusen said...

So hard to pick just one favourite story, but I loved Astrid Lindgren's books, especially The Children of Noisy Village.

If Toys Could Talk said...

I pinned one of my new favorite bundles (and there are many!): http://pinterest.com/pin/151574343678750404/.

BrooklynLove said...

loved the Misty of Chincoteague books! was a huge horse nut (still am! :)

Anda W said...

Hansel and Gretel was my fave!

ThreadArtist said...

I really enjoyed a book called "Miss Hickory", by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey. It was published in 1946 when I was two years old. I probably read it when I was seven. Yep, I'm an antique!

Mama Pea said...

Little House on the Prairie books! :-)

RBH said...

I loved Roald Dahl's "The Witches." Really anything by Dahl, but "The Witches" was my favorite.

I pinned the adorable Hooty Summerland and get your newsletter!

Mama Pea said...

Tweeted!

Louisa Lawson said...

My favourite hold hood stories were the Heidi books. I still have copies of them all and repeat them about once a year.

Mama Pea said...

I'm on the mailing list!

Louisa Lawson said...

My favourite hold hood stories were the Heidi books. I still have copies of them all and repeat them about once a year.

ThreadArtist said...

I just pinned this bundle to my Pinterest board "Things I wish I had"
http://pinterest.com/pin/120260252519639661/

What a lovely thing to look forward to today! Thanks FabricWorm!!

Katarina said...

I loved the Little Mermaid

ThreadArtist said...

What a fun contest! Thanks for an opportunity to win one of Aneela's bundles!!

Katarina said...

I am on the mailing list

Susan Jonsson said...

The Secret Garden was my favorite story. Thank you for the chance to win.

Susan

ELNM said...

My favorite childhood story was the Twelve Dancing Princesses. Thanks for the chance to win!

ELNM said...

I follow you be email!

Anonymous said...

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tusen said...

I'm already on your mailing list :)

kbzelazny said...

The Story of Holly and Ivy. Thanks!

kbzelazny said...

I'm on the mailing list!

Kim said...

I posted this on my FB page--name: Kimberly Rennie

Kim said...

One of my very favorites was Betsy and the Big Snow by Carolyn Haywood. (I think that was the author's name)

I read this in first grade. It was one of my favorite stories because it was the first time I actually formed a "mind movie" based on what I was reading! I remember thinking that was the coolest thing and being so excited about it! (That was way before we started teaching these things in school.) It was what helped seal the deal as far as falling in love with reading.

Of course, reading the book as an adult--I was not as impressed...but I still hold a fondness for it in my heart.

Kim said...

I already receive the newsletter.

Redmayniac said...

Alice in Wonderland was my fave as a kid, and still is now.

Redmayniac said...

Alice in wonderland!

Kim said...

I love your Watermelon v.5 bundle! Of course there are several others I love as well....here is my pin

http://pinterest.com/pin/137570963587420693/

abengel said...

Any of the Uncle Wiggily books.

Julianne said...

Robert the Rose Horse was my favourite story book...........loved that big sneeze!!!!!

Julianne said...

Already on the mailing list!!

Char said...

The Boxcar Children

Char said...

Boxcar Children

Char said...

Boxcar Children

Char said...

boxcar children

EmilyG said...

King Midas - my grandpa would read us fairy tails before Sunday dinner, and we ended up naming our Golden Retriever Midas because of this.

heatherskiba said...

Yertle the Turtle! Dr. Seuss was a genius!

heatherskiba said...

Posted on Twitter @skibamath

heatherskiba said...

Joined the mailing list :-)

Katie said...

I loved CS Lewis's The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, plus all the others in that series.

Ullhärvan said...

Anything by Astrid Lindgren!

JuneBug said...

The Aesop fable - the Lion and the Mouse. I loved all the aesop fables growing up, but that one especially!

JuneBug said...

I'm on the mailing list

ThreadArtist said...

I'm already on your mailing list. Can't wait till 8:30!! yay!

gurukirat said...

My Favorite Childhood story is The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein.

gurukirat said...

I am an email subscriber. Thank you!

Yana said...

the favourite is Cinderella :)

Yana said...

already on the mailing list

~ Kim ~ said...

I loved reading Enid Blyton - The Magic Faraway Tree.

cathie said...

my favourite childhood fairy tale was and still is "Goldlocks and the three bears"

Zoe said...

Princess Smartypants - a feminist fairytale :)

Gwen said...

There were so many stories that I loved--- The Gingerbread Man, The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, The Little Red Hen.. I think my favorite may have been Goldilocks and the Three Bears though.. I remember reading that to my younger sister -- we both loved it! :-)

Gwen said...

I tweeted this giveaway: https://twitter.com/#!/GwenWindham/status/179556579811655680

Gwen said...

I shared the giveaway on facebook too-- my username is Gwen Lassitter Windham Thanks again!

Gwen said...

I am signed up for your newsletter-- thank you so much!

Gwen said...

I pinned a favorite bundle here: http://pinterest.com/pin/8373949277163082/ Pretty stuff!! :-)

TaraLucida said...

Matilda :)

TaraLucida said...

Facebook ID: Tara Calabrese Massini

TaraLucida said...

Tweeted: @taralucida

https://twitter.com/#!/taralucida/status/179612360221274112

TaraLucida said...

Signed up for the newsletter: taralucida at hotmail dot com

Karen said...

I have always enjoyed the classic fairy tales, with my favorite being Snow White and Rose Red.

Karen said...

I am signed up for your newsletter.

Heidi Staples said...

I was a fan of the Chronicles of Narnia and Little House books. Thanks for the giveaway!

Carolle said...

Well, childhood was a long time ago...but my dad told me I kept asking for Snow White.

bella celestial said...

Are you my mother:)

GranChris said...

I loved sewing with my Grandmother. She had an old tredle machine and she always let me help.

GranChris said...

I am on your mailing list.

mherath said...

I loved to read Heidi

mherath said...

I signed up for your newsletter

Heather said...

Goodnight Moon gets me every time!

Heather said...

I pinned the Reunion bundle! Love!

http://pinterest.com/pin/220606081717041249/

Heather said...

Signed up for the newsletter! Thanks!

mohit said...

Interesting read, it was so good to read and useful to improve my knowledge as updated one, keep blogging.

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