Friday, November 18, 2011

Welcome to our Newest Sponsor - Fabricworm!

*the giveaway is now closed*

I'm super excited to share with you the latest sponsor over here at Cut to Pieces, Fabricworm!




I doubt I'm sharing a new store with any of you...Fabricworm is widely known for their custom fabric bundles especially! Gloriously beautiful combinations of fabrics from DIFFERENT designers. What a concept. ;)


I adore this orange and blue combo, sweetly named Deep Sea Fun!




They also have the latest and hottest fabrics, like Dear Stella, Lotta Jansdotter, Annette Tatum and so many more!

I "need" this bundle!  Well at least that gorgeous yellow flower print!





And don't even get me started on the Japanese Fabrics and the Collection of Patterns!


I love the subtlety of some Japanese designers...any dog lovers out there?  I really think men would respond to something laid back like this print.  In a vacation style loose button down?!  Oh I'm getting myself ready to start a new project.  lol  (No more for me!)





Collete Patterns anyone?





And a weekly giveaway on the website?!  Check out the Dear Stella one going on now!

One thing that is worth noting is that Fabricworm prices by the HALF yard...so make sure you don't get confused when looking at the prices... it's a little different that pricing some other places.

But you know the deal!  There is of course, a fabulous giveaway HERE too!  Cynthia has offered a set of fat quarters from uber adorable line Storyboek.  She's giving away the girl collection (there's a boy collection too which I also adore!).  I was so excited when she picked this line because I'm completely in love with it.  It's right up my ally.  





So to enter the giveaway here please leave a separate comment for each of the following options:

1.  Run over and check out Fabricworm...you know, on the off chance that you don't already shop there!  Check out the fabulous things Cynthia has to offer and come back and share something you love.  (Warning: it's easy to spend hours there!)


2.  Let me know that you are following Cut to Pieces...we  have some more give aways coming up and you won't want to miss out!  Plus...you know...me.  I'm super entertaining. ;)


3.  Totally random, but my little gal is turning 2 in a few weeks and I'd love to know any suggestions for gift ideas for her.  With her birthday and Christmas so close together, this is when people want to know what they should get her.  Any and all suggestions are valid...even if you suggest an elephant or Noah's ark.  We'll work on it. :)




396 comments:

  1. (Chanting) I'm number 1, I'm number 1.

    anyways, i totally get lost browsing fabricworm for hrs. its not healthy. i just love all of their japanese imports. i can't choose only one.

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  2. I've been reading your blog, but now I'm a legit follower.

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  3. I can't wait for "mod basics by jay-cyn designs for birch fabrics organic". So cool.

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  4. I love the Jenean Morrison Silent Cinema in Starlet Pink :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. If she doesn't have plain wood blocks, I suggest them. They're wonderful for the imagination. Nothing interactive, they can be anything you want. Books, books, books, a great new one is I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen. I've met Jon, he's a great guy, and this is a fun book.

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  6. Hi my little girl is nearly three and she has loved dressing dolls - big dolls, little Strawberry Shortcake or Polly Pocket dolls, and flat dolls with magnetic clothes. She even used her stickers to decorate her dolls. And all kinds of doll accessories like a pram, crib, pacifiers...you can't go wrong!

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  7. a gift for a 2 year old has totally stumped me... but something plushie. sorry, there aren't many babies in my life right now.

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  8. I always find something new to love over there. This time I spotted Hoodie, L'Amour De La Vie, Paristown - it's so cute!! :) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  9. Oh this is hard working in library and being an English major I of course have to suggest books. We have a Chicka Chicka Boom Boom book with tree set (http://www.amazon.com/Tree-Letters-Prop-Chicka-Boom/dp/B0035MGD5Q) that kids around that age LOVE to play with. Another book would be In the Town Year Round (very few words but lots of kids love to point out the people). Happy Early Bday!!!

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  10. Things my daughter loved when she turned 2: play kitchen, play food (I loved buying felt food on Etsy), baby doll, doll diapers, dolly diaper bag, tiny table and chairs from Ikea. Hope that helps! And happy birthday to your little sweetie! :)

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  11. I love the selection of Japanese fabrics. Too bad they are more money to get..

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  12. I always buy books for children. I have loved reading for my entire life and think that they are the best gift for everyone.

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  13. A two year old, you say. Hmm, at that time my girls were into coloring books and crayons as well as baby dolls.

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  14. I love the Everything is Golden bundle :)

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  15. How about a felt doll with a bed made like a bag with handles to tote it around with. It could have a little quilt to tuck dolly into as well?

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  16. Oooo happy birthday to your tiny one!! I bet she would love anything that you make her, especailly a rag doll or soemthing soft and sweet she could carry around everywhere!

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  17. Oooh, I like the So Sophie by My Mind's Eye for Riley Blake.

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  18. i just joined in the fun here as well!

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  19. My friend's daughter just turned 2 recently...I made her a ruffle purse and wallet, both personalized with her initial. I also bought a toddler microphone with a stand with lights and music that was a hit. Happy birthday to your little girl! :)

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  20. My favorite thing about fabric worm is the japanese fabrics they stock! One of absolute fave japanese prints right now is the traffic route print!

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  21. I really need the Echo from their shop!

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  22. I love their section of Japanese fabrics. Happy birthday to your daughter.

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  23. I think I'd choose some Heather Ross Far Away, to use as focal pieces for blocks. They have cuteness down pat!

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  24. Instead of a present maybe you should take her out for a special day with you!

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  25. I've got a two year old too (plus two older kids) so suggestions for a two year old are - reversible cooking/art apron, Little People Farm (Little People anything really), Rosie (Thomas and Friends train), Duplo, Dr. Seuss books. Good luck!

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  26. For a two year old girl's birthday... I'd say a rag doll. I just made my 6 year old one and even at that age, she brings her everywhere!!

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  27. My little girl is 2 next week :)
    I usually ask for clothes - inevitably she will get some toys anyway (how many can a kid have?!) and it really helps us out financially when people get us something we would have had to buy ourselves :) It also means she gets nicer outfits!!

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  28. My daughter received a care bear when she was two and she still loves it!! She also loves drawing pads and crayons. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  29. Awesome! I'm loving the new Woodlands fabric line.

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  30. Does your little girl have any of the wooden Melissa and Doug puzzles? My son loves those.

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  31. I love fabricworm! I love the Japanese fabrics!

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  32. And for my daughters 2nd birthday we bought her a Leapster explorer with the Mr. Pencil game and she loves it! Teaches them how to draw shapes, letters and numbers in a progressive manner! It's awesome!

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  33. I would love a bundle or two of Lark by Amy Butler - and then cos I'm greedy some Echo (I have some but not all the people stocking it in the UK stock ALL the designs in all the colours.)

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  34. What a great idea! Fun for them and easy for me! I like that Woodlands collection.

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  35. Now if it was your birthday I'd have to say a day trip to Oxford so you could buy whatever you wanted in the Alice Shop. But as it's not then a giraffe! It's what I'd have loved aged 2ish. (I'd not say no now to be honest.) And before you think it's not practical how about a large toy one? When my niece was very young I bought her a large stuffed giraffe. It has a neck and legs you can reposition. It was taller than her at the time. I almost kept it myself. Despite the fact she couldn't walk she tried to stand up just so she could cuddle it. Precious moment.

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  36. I am loving the birch fabrics. Thanks for the chance.

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  37. My daughter is 10 and we still periodically use the bucket of bean bags I gave her when she was two. In fact, a couple of weekends ago when we were holding a juggling workshop and were going to give away (gasp) some of these, there were a surprising number that she tucked away that wouldn't available for taking home.

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  38. I love the large selection of organic cottons. There's some great choices there!

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  39. And finally, I follow in my google reader.

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  40. my son just had a 2 year old birthday- here are some things he got that were fun:

    bubbles- of course
    sidewalk chalk
    travel sized magna doodle- i think thats what its called
    music instruments
    stickers
    cars of course
    and bath tub fun things- he go some bath tablets that make the water turn colour- they have the primary colours so you can mix your own colours.... just dont let her grab the package and dump the rest in. (they are sesame street with elmo on the front.)
    tons of books - he has really gotten into reading "longer" books with us- like Dr. Seuess

    hope that helps.

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  41. My kids loved these....http://www.melissaanddoug.com/classic-toy-bead-maze

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  42. Well I am not all that familiar with Fabricworm, but she has an amazing selection! I loved the Camelot Cotton collection! Very pretty.

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  43. HAPPILY FOLLOWING YOU+CYNTHIA!
    LOVE YOUR BLOGS!

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  44. Erin Michaels Funky Monkey looks like fun- i have a pannel that needs some sock monkeys to go with it :)

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  45. I have one daughter who's birthday is right around Christmas, so I know what you mean. We actually liked books, so that was high on the list. But another thing we did, because her birthday was during the holidays, we would have a small family birthday, but then in July we had a 1/2 birthday party with her little friends. It was fun to spread it out so she did not feel like she was being cheated. Cause you KNOW some relatives thought Christmas and Birthday gift were all the same ;-)

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  46. SWEET TWO YEAR OLDS!
    I'M A GRANDMOTHER SO WE'VE GIFTED TWO YEAR OLDS FAIRLY RECENTLY. I THINK THE GIFT THAT THRILLED OURS MOST WAS A JACK-IN-THE-BOX! THEY PLAYED IT OVER+OVER+OVER. THIS WOULD BE A GOOD IDEA,IF YOU CAN LOCATE ONE.A FEW YEARS BACK 'TOYS R US' DID CARRY ONE. GOOD LUCK!

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  47. I'D CHOOSE THE 'STORYBOEK' !
    IT'S SO CUTE!
    THANKS LADIES FOR SHARING!

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  48. What I love the best is that the fabric IS bundled together for me. I have such a hard time with that, and appreciate it when that is done for me.

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  49. I am a follower of Cut to Pieces.

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  50. loving the Afterglow pattern, and the new look of their site.

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  51. I love Hope Valley, and I'm glad to see they still have some of it!

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  52. if your girl is like mine and loves babies/dolls, i'm sure you could whip her a couple of doll quilts for her. that's what i plan on doing for my baby for christmas.

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  53. I am thinking of a baby's cradle with a tiny quilt and pillow for my little girl who is about the same age.

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  54. And, well, I'd like the entire line of Echo frankly!

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  55. I love the whole Echo line over at Fabricworm, but my favorites are all the grey and golds!

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  56. I love Fabricworm! I've actually been eying the Woodland collection by Khristian Howell.

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  57. My granddaughter will soon be turning two and the idea I'm batting around for Christmas is the molded plastic Radio Flyer wagon to bring her for lots of rides this summer.

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  58. Oooh...there is so much at Fabricworm that I adore! I'm loving some of the new Dear Stella prints, and Echo, and Outfoxed...the list could go on forever!

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  59. i recommend anything dress-upy? if that makes sense haha - though i don't have my own kids so i really have no frame of reference? sorry haha i just know what i liked :)

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  60. I love fabric worm - i'd love some of the new outfoxed or echo line!

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  61. Hmm...it's been a while since I've had to think about what to buy for a two-year-old, but I think that picture books never go out of style! My favs used to be Bill Pete, The Berenstain Bears (have you seen the fabric?!?!), Robert Munsch, the Madeline books...actually, listing them is making me think that it's time for me to re-read some of the classics!

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  62. FabricWorm is a great place to shop and one of my favorites right now is Sarah Watts for Blend, Feather N Stitch, Lavender fat quarters. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

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  63. I am a regular follower of Cut To Pieces :)

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  64. Like some of the others, I get a little lost in time browsing at Fabricworm. I've bought more gorgeous bundles than my little fabric storage stand can handle. (Everything just looks so good mix and matched together!)

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  65. It's been a long (LONG) time since I last spent time around a two year old, and he was a boy, which is possibly (probably?), a very different beast from a two year old girl :D He loved to be read to (and mostly I had to struggle through children's books in Afrikaans, which I don't speak even a little, and he'd giggle a lot at my mistakes, which was EVERY SINGLE WORD) and he wanted to play dress up EVERY SINGLE DAY. Mostly I pinned a red napkin on his shoulders so he could be Superman.

    Anyway, the actual suggestion: children's books and a costume or two that relates to them in some way?

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  66. I love Fabricworm! I'm currently waiting for them to get the new Half Moon collection by Momo in so I can blow my whole allowance on it :)

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  67. I love the http://www.fabricworm.com/facububaow9t.html
    Have a nice day!!

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  68. I adore some of Fabricworm's mixed bundles, they are great! At the moment I'd love some Outfoxed, I can see my 18 year old in a scirt made from the hedgehog print!

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  69. Of course I'm a follower (in my google reader)

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  70. Two years old - a fairy costume! Or books, I seem to always give books to very young children.

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  71. How about some lego for your daughter??

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  72. I really want their Around the World fabric bundle! My son would love something out of those prints!

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  73. A gift for a 2 year old...? My doughter is 3 years old and we bought her first sewing machine. Yours is to small:( I think you could buy extra stroller for her dolls, book or big rocking-horse. Have a nice day:) Best,Debuko!

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  74. She still has some of the Lizzy House 1002 peeps - love it.

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  75. I have a 3 year old niece, so I will think of things that she loved 1 year ago....here we go...

    A plastic shopping cart with a baby doll that fits in the seat.
    She loved the wooden fruit that is held together with velcro that you "cut" apart, I believe it is made by Melissa and Doug. So cute, I want some.
    Both her and my son love aqua-doodles or even magna-doodles. They are too fun. I have no idea how to spell those two items.
    Dress up sets of clothes!

    Hope that helps!

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  76. Two years? How about a fabric book and a dress?

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  77. I shop at fabricworm. They are great at putting together bundles.

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  78. I follow you through my google reader

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  79. My daughter loved books from very young. So books and Mom or Dad reading it to her.

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  81. There are some fabrics that I like.I love ruby,hope valley by denyse schmidt and kona solid....Thanks for the chance!

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  82. i love the Annette Tatum, boho in eggplant FQs. i really want this, almost got this two days ago, but chose Denyse Schmidt FQs instead. i also love echo!.

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  83. yes i follow you, google reader.

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  84. what about a dolls house, my daughter is going to be 18 months in december. i'm trying to come up with something too? for christmas that is. i think a dolls house might be too much for an 18 month old?but 2 is a little different. can't wait to hear what you get!.

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  85. I love Fabricworm and I already want more Echo! Thanks for the giveaway and congratulations on your new sponsor.

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  86. I follow you in Reader and have you on my blog list!

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  87. I loved Kokka Push Pin, Little Helper!

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  88. Perhaps you can made her a lovely dress for that special day...

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  89. I love the line by Annette Tatum

    Nana B
    nanabarrett.b1@gmail.com

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  90. I love the Ruby bundle. If I had the spare change right now that would be in my stash!

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  91. My two year old granddaughter loves little "babies" and doll houses. She has one doll house and is getting another for Xmas. She loves those lalaloopsy dolls.

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  92. Here's an idea for a book she will love: Pete the Cat. It is repetitive and fun!

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  93. Just love the new lotta janspotter collection.

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  94. I've added you to my blog lost for a few months now.

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  95. I'm a Cut to Pieces follower...

    cavguyswife98[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  96. That storyboek bundle is adorable! I'm a follower.

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  97. The new WOODLANDS FQ bundle makes me happy. :)
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

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  98. I am already a follower.
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

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  99. Dress up clothes! Tutus, tiaras,an apron, little purse, play make-up.
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

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  100. I just love stopping by the Fabricworm right now I am hooked on her fairy tale forest bundle

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  101. I'm loving Echo right now. So many choices...

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  102. I love Lotta Jansdotter's Echo :) I'd love to make some pillows and purses with it!

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  103. Happy Birthday to your little one! My grands used to try to carry everything they had around with tem at that age while ruining their moms heels. So how about a nice tote bag of her own filled with a bunch of age approproate things the only thing I did was make the handles shorter so the girls could not choke themselves with them. I am sure she will love whhat ever you give her

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  104. My girls have always loved the girly stuff - tea sets, dress up clothes etc. You can't go wrong with that!

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  105. I love the storybook fabrics!

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  106. Anything that has to do with baby dolls I think would be great. There are some great tutorials for diapers, diaper bags, etc. out in blogland :)

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  107. Happy Birthday (coming up). As far as gifts, this is what we did with my three girls. While they were young- I let grandparents do what they wanted but if they received any money (aunts and uncles, etc.) we put it in a money market account and they never missed it. Now that they are in college, they know that money is theirs for travel, towards their wedding, a down payment on a house, whatever- and they have thanked us. Just a thought.

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  108. The new woodlands FQ bundle...:)
    Thx.

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  109. Well, baby doll or children DVD.. :)

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  110. The thing that caught my eye right away at Fabricworm is the custom bundle, Fox Trot. However, I wouldn't turn my nose up at any of it if it was offered to me. :)

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  111. I am loving the entire Avalon line, but especially the bikes. I will have to add them to my stash this Christmas!

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  112. My daughter just turned 2 too! She loves some of the gifts we got her - (some of which say 3 or older, but since she has a big sister she's playing with lots of these older toys anyway)... The "zhu zhu puppy" is a big hit, she loves it and it suits her short attention span. We also got her the "B. Critter Clinic" which has been really fun for her especially giving the animals shots after she had her flu shot.

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  113. You're right! There's a lot to choose from. I thought I wanted some Dr. Seuss fabric or Echino, but after seen stuff from other designers like Dan Stiles and Maude Asbury (love those kitchy vegetables) I'm torn by indecision. However, if I'm chosen as the winner, I'll certainly enjoy that Storyboek fabric. Thanks for this generous giveaway and the chance to win.

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  114. I'm already a follower, but more importantly, I subscribe by RSS feed. Thanks again for the chance to win.

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  115. One of my grandies turned two at the end of September. His gift was a green recycle truck. Pretty cute, and he likes playing with it. I'm guessing a girl would too.

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  116. I got the girls the felt food from IKEA last Christmas. I love it and they love it too. Inexpensive and it has held up well to 4 little girls.

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  117. What don't I like? I have had my eye on Sandy Henderson's Secret Garden in Midnight for awhile, but all of the fun Alexander Henry prints are fun too.

    What I would really like to do is to work at Fabricworm so I could play with fabric and put together their wonderful bundles. :)

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  118. So much to love at Fabricworm! Today I'm drooling over the Echo 16 bundle and several prints from Kitchy Kitchen.

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  119. I only had a boy so I'm not really in the know on girl toys, but I once gave my niece something she loved. It was a whole collection of "dress up clothes". Two may be a bit young, but this could be a great idea in a couple years. I made most of the things -- skirts, princess dresses, a tutu, etc. I made them a bit oversized so she could use them for a few years. Enjoy your little one as it's true they grow up too fast.

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  120. I am totally smitten with the Echo collection. I actually have a shopping cart full of this fabric already sitting over at Fabricworm! I just haven't decided whether or not to spend as much money as I would like to on the entire collection. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  121. definitely the echo 16 total!! that is the collection i'm drooling over everywhere!

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  122. hmm...maybe a dollhouse? or a doll with her own little wardrobe!

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  123. I feel like I might have some expertise that would be helpful as I am also a December baby. ;) I always liked it when I got the chance to do something fun for my birthday rather than open a gift (like go to a museum, go sledding, etc...). The appeal of another gift (that maybe was something I didn't really need as Christmas had just passed) was never as enticing as having a whole day of fun planned. :)

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  124. Oh, I'm loving that FQ grouping from Storyboek! And since I just found out that our newest grandbaby is going to be a girl, it would be perfect!!

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  125. Of course I'm a follower - you are SO entertaining!! ;-)

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  126. And I don't know about your daughter, but my granddaughter, who will be four this December, has always loved the little outfits I make for her for her birthday each year. Rather than compete with the other grandparents on toys, I give her something unique and she loves it! Of course, she's a total clothes horse...... ;-)

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  127. I love Happier - it's one of my favourite lines - and I see they still have some....

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  128. Two year olds love pretty clothes. And we know you have the skills to make them....

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  129. I'm a happy follower of cut to pieces!

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  130. I just visited Fabricworm (and spent far too much time, and now have a zillion new ideas/fabrics swimming through my mind!) I love the Monsterz by Michele Brummer--ALL of the prints! So cute!

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  131. I love the Storyboek fabrics cause I have a little girl of my own and I can't choose between all the wonderful custom bundles she does!

    cavguyswife98[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  132. When my little girl was two is was all about dress up! Kitchen stuff was big too - play food especially. And of course babies and little strollers to push around.

    Cavguyswife98[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  133. When my daughter was that age we bought her a Little Tykes (not sure they still exist) kitchen & plastic food for Christmas. She loved to cook when I did, and served her friends food she made. Also, duplo's are always good!

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  134. I truly like Dear Stella & checked out the fabric choices over at Fabric Worm. I absolutely LOVE the Wildflowers Multi in the Yard Sale line. Gotta get me some! Thaks for the chance to win some other great Dear Stella fabrics.

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  135. I do follow Dut To Pieces - great blog. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  136. I love FabricWorm's custom bundles, but don't me to choose one, that's like asking which kid I love more! :)

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  137. I have twin granddaughters who are going to be 2 in early December. I'm making both of them a fleece on one side, flannel on the other 36 x 36 inch blanket. Not for their bed but to haul around to sit on when they're playing. The fabrics are Disney Princess prints - they love them - "Rella" (Cinderella) was one of their first words! I'm also buying them each a truck!!!

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  138. Let's see, I have a recent two year old so you'd think I'd be full of suggestions, but I don't think Thor helmet and hammer are exactly the type of gift you had in mind. Melissa and Doug easel with finger paints and chalk? I think that's what we got Roarke when he turned 2. A custom CD with songs using her name? Tag reader pen and books? Pop up tent with tunnels?

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  139. I love the sewing basket bundle! Very cute! Love browsing thru the Fabricworm's shop! thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  140. I follow Cut to Pieces via gfc! :)

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  141. I LOVE the Kei Honeycomb dots and the Tip Top Elephants! I love Fabricworm's bundles...they are so pretty! I just became a follower of your blog and am looking forward to future posts!

    As far as 2 year old girl birthday gifts...my daughters liked their doll strollers and toy kitchen.

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  142. the custom bundles are great. I'm especially tempted by Everything is Golden and Field Trip.

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  143. And I've been following your blog for some time :)

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  144. I know it might be a strange suggestion, but many of my friends' children of various ages (starting from a one-year old) loved soft toy rats. There are some in IKEA or you could make your own version...

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  145. I'd get her either a stuffed fox or a fairy tutu.

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