Thursday, 2 February 2017

Fabulous 'Guess How Much I Love You' Fabric Giveaway!

We are absolutely loving the new 'Guess How Much I Love You' fabrics from Clothworks which are now available on the Sew Scrumptious website. I used to read this lovely book to my children all the time when they were tiny so it has a bit of an emotional pull for me. 

They are absolutely beautiful so I thought that it was time to have another giveaway. I have put together a FQ bundle of all the new fabrics for one lucky person to win.




The bundle includes a FQ of each of the following fabrics



 




 


The giveaway ends on the 28 February 2017 at 12pm. UK residents only I'm afraid.

Good Luck!

33 comments:

  1. My favourite childhood book is "The Lorax" by Dr. Seuss.

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  2. My favourite childhood book was The Rupert Annual.

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  3. I loved The Last Noo Noo by Jill Murphy. A kid plants his dummy and it grows into a dummy tree!

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  4. fab giveaway gorgeous !! my fave book was burglar bill x

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  5. The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton

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  6. I want my Potty. I knew it by heart when my children were little, but still smiled

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  7. I used to love the little black sambo books, politically incorrect now though. My children looked the meg and mog books.

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  8. I enjoyed all the Enid Blyton books when I was young.

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  9. I used to enjoy reading the Meg and Mog books

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  10. Ohh, I have loads but "The Very Hungry Catterpillar" and "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" are especial favourites.
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  11. It has always been Anne of Green Gables. x

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  12. I loved Richard Scarry, Busy Busy World

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  13. I loved Wind in the Willows. I still do! Thanks for this awesome giveaway. My granddaughter and I have read Guess How Much I Love You many times! She would love something sewn with it.

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  14. I loved my Little Grey Rabbit stories I had in a collection. I have read some to my little girl. Sadly it is rather outdated but the pictures are still beautiful.

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  15. The wonderful Anne of Green Gables books were a joy to read.
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    1. Mrs Tiggywinkle was mine. But when I went to university GHMILY became something special for my mother and me and now my children all love it. :)

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  16. Amazing give away I absolutely love these fabrics perfect for my nephews. I think the stories I remember most where dilly the dinosaur!! My sons favourite book now is tyrannosaurus drip, we must have similar taste!

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  17. A book called 'fanny and the dinosaurs' never been ever to find it again. Also the What a Mess books - loved those illustrations

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  18. Any one remember "Would you rather..." By John Burningham
    I loved that book so much when i was young and still do now i'm only a little bit older! ;)
    Would you rather drink snail squash or eat mashed worms? !!!!

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    1. This book is still going strong in my class.

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  19. Favourite childhood book for me was Miffy - until I was made to copy it out to improve my handwriting!

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  20. My favourite story from my childhood was David Copperfield - my Grandad used to read a couple of chapters to us every time we stayed over at their house. We would never be so quiet as when he was reading us this story!
    My favourite children's book, though, and I have several copies of it, is The Gruffalo!

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  21. I loved the Famous Five books.

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  22. Princess and the pea

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  23. My favourite childhood book was Watership Down

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  24. My comments keep disappearing I don't know why, my favourite childhood book was Watership Down

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  25. Any Dr Seuss books were my favourite and my children both love them now too! X

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  26. I loved Willard Price's books, and Roald Dahl's of course.

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  27. I loved Willard Price's books, and Roald Dahl's of course.

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