Saturday, June 18, 2011

Share the love of fabric Giveaway #3

This is the third week of the 'Share the love of Fabric' giveaways. This week I will be giving away 6 FQ's of the solids range from Michael Millers 'Painters Canvas' Magnolia Lane Collection by Laura Gunn. I have fallen in love with these textured solids.



To win these beauties you must answer the following question:

What is your favourite winter soup?

Yes, it's winter in the southern hemisphere and the nights are freezing. My favourite winter soup is Balley Soup (you can find the recipe here.) followed by a close second with pumpkin soup with sour cream and chives.

The winner will be announced next Saturday (AEST). Don't forget to leave a method of contact.
Good luck.

85 comments:

  1. Chicken soup is the one in our house

    Christine

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  2. Oh I am first:)

    I love my home made cream of chicken soup....made with all that naughty cream. There is steamed chicken, carrot & celery in it....that makes it healthy..lol

    Thanks for the chance to win.

    HUGGLES
    Lucky

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  3. My favorite winter soup is Lentil! thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  4. Good old Chicken and Dumplings:)

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  5. I'm not a big soup eater, but a really good pumpkin soup would have to be my favourite

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  6. My favourite wintersoup is "Gulaschsuppe". No idea what it is called in english! It is made with beef, peppers, ognions, carottes and when serving you add a spoon of sourcream. mmmh.
    Thanks for the lovely give away!

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  7. Ohhh, it would have to be potato soup with crumbled bacon on top....yum!

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  8. Curry-cauliflower soup.

    http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/soups/curry-roasted-cauliflower-soup/

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  9. I would find it hard to decide between chicken and pumpkin but in either case i have to use Light evaporated milk instead of cream..but it still tastes good...hmmm...thinks there may be some on the menu tomorrow now as it is sooooooo cold here in Vic. xx

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  10. I love home made leek and potato soup, thanks for the giveaway

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  11. Soup- love it! A good vegie and bean soup is hard to beat!

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  12. I love any soup in winter. Good old chicken noodle would probably be my favorite. I make soup almost every Sunday in winter, so I have something to pack in my lunch for the following week. Thanks for a chance to win these yummy fabrics.

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  13. Pumpkin and chestnut soup. Delicious with warm crusty bread. Makes a cold day feel wonderful.

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  14. Soup in general is a big favorite, but pumpkin soup with onions, nutmeg and sausage is a big hit. I also make a slow-rise crusty bread that is a most delicious addition.

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  15. I love to make squash soup with my leftovers, it never comes out the same twice, but is always yummy.

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  16. Love pumpkin soup and then a close second is pea and ham

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  17. I need solids!!!

    My 13 yr old makes "Cheeseburger Soup". It is so yummy!!!

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  18. My favorite winter soup is so simple - a large can of spicy V8 (a tomato drink), a large can of chicken broth, a package of frozen mixed vegies, and a big double handful of fresh cheese tortellini! It makes up so quickly, and is nice and hot and hearty! Mmmmm - now I want some, even though it's summertime here!

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  19. Hmmmm....it would have to be a toss up between clam chowder (a very Northern soup) and chicken and dumplings (a very Southern soup).

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  20. I have my grandmothers recipe for corn chowder and I just love a hot bowl of it with crusty bread on a cold day!

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  21. Jewish penicillin! (Chicken Soup)
    any day - or night!
    Gina

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  22. Great giveaway...I am a huge fan of Laura Gunn!

    I'd have to say chili...does that count as a soup? Bean with bacon runs a close second. Something hearty, for sure!

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  23. Mushroom soup. I had some when I was in the Czech Republic and I've been obsessed ever since :) Thanks for the chance!

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  24. Gorgeous!!! My favorite winter soup is Chicken Florentine...a creamy chicken noodle infused with spinach and spices. YUM!!!

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  25. We love to make vegetable soup in the crockpot. Or chicken and rice. Or chicken and dumplings. It would have to be one of those three soups. Just don't make me pick just one. Ha!

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  26. I eat soup year round because I love it so much! Tortilla soup is probably my favorite, but I love making hearty beef & vegetable soups too. :)

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  27. My favorite is Sausage Bean Chowder. Everyone always loves it and it makes you all warm inside.... yummmmmmmm! Would love to win. Thanks for the chance!

    Cherise :)

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  28. Black Bean Chipolte -- amazingly yummy!!

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  29. My favorite is potato bean soup (with dill). A close second is black bean soup.

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  30. Gosh those soft colours in the fabric are beautiful...
    Ham and Pea soup..... yum, yum, yum
    Hugz

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  31. I live in Maine but grew up in Tucson. I waiver between Taco soup and Clam Chowder soup, but I think my favorite is my own homemade cream of mushroom soup.

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  32. French onion soup made with sweet onions, creamy cheese, and good hearty bread. Thanks for the great opportunity and stay warm! VermontPines@aol.com

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  33. I love pea and ham soup made with ham hocks and split peas. So warm and yummy for winter. The kids don't like it, so it's a very rare treat for me.

    We're going through the soup phase here too. Leek and potato is on the menu for tomorrow.

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  34. Pea and ham - cooked in the crockpot...mmmm delicious.

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  35. Soup has to be baked butternut and sweet potato. It is a Donna Hay recipe, baking the pumpkin and sweet potato and onions give the soup a nice caramelized flavour

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  36. Pasta E Fagioli is our favorite soup for any time of the year. This is the closet recipe I found online.

    http://www.food.com/recipe/olive-garden-pasta-e-fagioli-17566

    I do not use the V8 Juice, just add a cup of water instead. It's really good. Enjoy!

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  37. I only like two soups french onion and chicken noodle

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  38. Pumpkin soup followed by minestrone and any other that comes my way. Hubby makes really good soup and most Saturdays in winter that's what we have for lunch with crusty bread... yum

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  39. Pumpkin soup followed by minestrone and any other that comes my way. Hubby makes really good soup and most Saturdays in winter that's what we have for lunch with crusty bread... yum

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  40. Chicken with heaps of large chunks of vegetables.

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  41. My favorite is bean soup with wide noodles ( my mom's recipe).

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  42. Pasta e fagioli like they make at Olive Garden. I make it at home.

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  43. Such a picky eater here.. I only like Chicken and Dumplings or chicken noodle.. I guess since you are talking winter.. I'd go with the dumplings.. LOL.

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  44. I love having soup in the winter and we have a pot of soup every week. My husband loves making soups because he can wing it rather than follow a recipe. Italian Wedding soup is one of my favourites.

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  45. Mine is Chili. Hot and spicy; that would do it. Warm me up, no doubt about it. Thanks for the chance.

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  46. Cock-A-Leekie Soup, with added chopped carrots and barley. Yummmmm!

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  47. My favorite winter soup is Italian Sausage Soup, colorful, easy to make, and yummy. Perfect for after a day in the cold.

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  48. Favorite soup for winter - my mother's homemade pumpkin soup from fresh pumpkin. She uses candied ginger chunks, freshly ground nutmeg, and heavy whipping cream. Thanks for the opportunity to enter and win your giveaway!

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  49. Favorite winter soup would be Black Bean Chowder...wonderful with cornbread. debgiro at wildblue dot net

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  50. My favorite winter soup is split pea soup with ham! Ummmm...

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  51. Lamb shank and barley is my all-time favourite. I could eat it every day!!

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  52. Potato Bacon is my favorite winter soup... Actually I could eat it anytime though :)

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  53. My favourite is pea soup made with yellow split peas and ham. Yummy!

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  54. My fav is Pea and Ham soup done in the crock pot.

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  55. Chicken soup is my favorite but I also love tomato soup. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  56. My very favourite soup is pumpkin. I always put in a granny smith apple and a small pinch of curry powder. I think the trick is to sweat the pumpkin, potatoes, onion and apple in lots of butter, for about half an hour before adding the stock.Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  57. 16 Bean Soup is our favorite any time of the year. Thick & hearty! YUM

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  58. Mine is just leftover perogies, bacon, cheese, and sour cream mixed up in my magic bullet and heated up. Yummm.
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  59. My favourite winter soup is minestrone.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  60. Creamy chicken wild rice soup is sooo good.

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  61. squash soup - I make variations many times during the winter with all kinds of squash! yum!

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  62. Lentil soup is a favorite here.

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  63. My favorite winter soup is chicken and barley with big fat carrots. YuM!

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  64. Definately has to be Broccoli and Cheese Soup!

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  65. I love soup! My absolute favorite soup is beef vegetable soup. I even eat it in the heat of Summer. Take care!

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  66. I just can't go past home made pumpkin soup this time of year!
    such a great giveaway!

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  67. Home made pumpkin soup wins hands down for me ... after all the rain this year we have home grown pumpkins too!

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  68. Taco soup! YUM! It's a favorite here in Texas, and definately a favorite in our house! Thank you for a wonderful giveaway. :)

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  69. Mine is my homemade chicken noodle soup and it has to have homemade noodles in it or it's just not the same. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  70. I love a hamburger veggie beef with much cabbage.....yum.

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  71. California Meatball Soup is the favorite in our house. It's a beef broth base with lots of sliced carrots and celery with browned onions and garlic. The meatballs are made with ground chuck, pressed garlic and egg and dropped into boiling broth and simmered for 1 1/2 hrs. Right before serving you add canned tomatoes and garbanzo beans (chickpeas) and heat through. This is great with a loaf of crusty bread! It makes me want this soup just typing about it and I've just had lunch!

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  72. My favorite soup would be homemade turkey vegetable , yumm. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  73. Cauliflower/Broccoli & Cheese soup! :)

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  74. Chicken Tortilla Soup in the slow cooker..super easy and so yummy...hard to believe it is cold anwywhere when it is 100+ degrees here in Texas! Lisa in Texas

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  75. It's winter here where I live, but I guess, we're too far away :), chicken soup always rules!!!!

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  76. My favorite winter soup is Corn Chowder.

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  77. Broccoli cheese soup, hands down!

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  78. We love a creamy ham and potato soup, but if it were just me it would be bottled tomatoes and cheese. Either of them with garlic bread sticks are delightful.

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  79. I like chicken tortilla soup like The Pioneer Woman makes it. So good! I love it! Thanks, Kd
    www.kdquilts.com

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  80. Good question! I'll take a White Clam Chowder in a bread bowl any day!

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