Thursday, December 10, 2009

SO MUCH TO SAY + GIVEAWAY

I've been a busy girl, but oftentimes have nothing to show for it. Most of what I do seems like it takes forever to get completed. I've started a quilt for my Amelia in hopes to have it finished for Christmas. Since that isn't happening, I'll show you at least the start. I'm using fabrics from my Summer Soiree. I have appliqued the flowers and leaves onto the pieced vase and background. It's the first time for me to applique, and I think I did pretty darn good. I'm having so much fun planning it out. I'll share more as I get further along, but don't hold your breath. I wouldn't want you turning blue on my account.
Okay, I just had to show you another sighting of my fabric on TV. This is from the CBS show, Accidentally on Purpose, starring Jenna Elfman. I have never seen this show, but emails had me checking it out. Sure enough, it is indeed my Par Avion from my Flights of Fancy fabric collection that Jenna is sitting on (instead of wearing). Gee, my doctor uses paper, but I'm sure that will change now! Not exactly what I had in mind when I designed it. Hope they used the laminate for easy cleaning (eewww, did I say that?).

I have several projects and deadlines spread out here, there and everywhere, some of which I can't wait to share with you, but most as I mentioned are not complete. I find that I have no trouble coming up with ideas and designs, in fact, I can't turn them off. The problem is all the behind the scene details slow me down. I have no time to play with my new Woodland Delight fabrics right now. I'm sitting here today with a long list of what I should be doing, but find myself "daydreaming" (another word for procrastinating) over a fresh stack of Woodland Delight. Oh what I'd love to make with these new fabrics. Hhmmm, maybe you can help.

Whatya say I give you a choice between these two stacks and you tell me which one you'd choose and what you'd make with them. Easy enough, right?

PINK WOODLAND DELIGHT
GREY WOODLAND DELIGHT
On Tuesday the 15th I'll randomly pick a winner for the PINK and one for the GREY. Each stack contains 1/2 yard of the fabrics shown; enough to make something birdalicious, wouldn't you say? Can't wait to hear what your ideas are. You just might speak them into becoming reality. Fun, huh?
Now I need to get back to work and leave the daydreaming to you! xoxo

176 comments:

  1. Well, I am moving into a new house on the 17th and am FINALLY moving out of my sewing closet and into a HUGE room of my own! I would make Valances out of the Pink stack with your fantastic fabric!

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  2. Hey Paula! I don't watch that show but that is really cool that it was on there.

    I have been on a fabric buying hiatus (how sad is that???). Your grey colorway is my FAVORITE and is top on my list to buy after the holidays. If I won't, I think I would make me a scarf and possibly a camera bag.

    Hope you and yours have a very Happy Holiday!!! Thanks for the giveaway and can't wait to hear more about what you have been up to.

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  3. The Grey is screaming "pillows" and accents (maybe a name banner?) for a boy's nursery, a very special little boy coming in the Spring! Love it!
    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  4. The Grey is screaming "pillows" and accents (maybe a name banner?) for a boy's nursery, a very special little boy coming in the Spring! Love it!
    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  5. I'd choose pink and make a dress for my daughter!

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  6. Hi Paula - I would pick the
    GREY WOODLAND DELIGHT &
    of course I would make bags with this lovely collections lol!

    mary
    hoganfe handmade
    handbag originals

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  7. My doctor doesn't use fabric either - but how fun would that be?? It would make things a bit more interesting :)

    And I'm diggin' the gray - aqua & red are such a popular combo, and the gray gives it a new spin...I bet we'll start seeing more of that combo in the next few months, thanks, in part, to the inspiration provided by your fabric! :)

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  8. How exciting to have your fabric on Prime Time TV - very cool!

    I am working on some new designs - 1 being small metal frame change purses - they would look snazzy in either fabric but I if you tied me up and forced me to pick I guess I will go with the ............ Grey!

    Thank you now get back to work!!!!

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  9. I love the grey colorway! I would use it to make something for my girls, maybe a skirt or dress. :)

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  10. Gray!! And I would so make some pillows with them. I could get Patty's new ModKid pillow pattern! They would be perfect together!

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  11. I love them both! But, I'd probably pick the pink and make something cute for my daughter. She's 6 and loves pink. :-)

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  12. They are both adorable, but I pick grey since I'm redoing my daughters room in similar colors. Yellow and teal and some pillows out of these would look super cute on her bed!

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  13. Both are so lovely. I would certainly make a dress for my baby girl with the pinks, but some of the grays would be great for some pjs for my nephew due in April. Either way, I would love to win!

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  14. Oh I would love this. I would use it to make a memory board for my daughter's new room. I am waiting for the pattern for that wonderful quilt to come out so I can make it for her bed. I would use the pink fabric for the memory board and maybe a cute doll to go on her bed. Thanks for the chance! Marnie

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/39017317@N07/

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  15. Weee! I love the grey colorway, because grey is quickly becoming my color of the season. Aaaaand....some pillows are in order, plus I see a pair of it bitty baby pants in there for a special boy I know!

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  16. I am loving your fabric lines ... they're so awesome and I'm hoping to get some for Christmas (not sure my hubby will be willing to comply, so think about how you might be able to help him with a giveaway).
    thanks and good luck with the deadlines! I'd make a quilt for sure!

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  17. Nice giveaway. I'd love to win the pink so I can make a big girl quilt for my daughter. She recently graduated from her crib to a toddler bed so a quilty gift is in order. Thanks!

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  18. My personal favorite is the pink, but to win something so bodacious requires an equally awesome use. So, if I win, I would like the grey as it appears rather gender neutral and then I would use it to make a bumper pad and quilt for the new grandbaby that's just a bean right now but due to arrive in August!

    kim.b.funk AT gmail.com

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  19. It's so hard to choose because I have projects in mind for both...but I'll choose pink since I'd love to make a bag out of it...made a couple bags out of your last line and gave them both away...so I need one for myself this time!

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  20. yayyy to flights of fancy!!!
    that's awesome.

    i'd pick the gray.
    {but i SO wouldn't turn down the pink.}
    :)

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  21. I'd say gray would be my choice ... I have a little boy and this could be fun for things for him ...

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  22. The Grey Woodland Delight would be perfect for the play house I am planning for my girls. I am designing something to be attached the underside of our dining room table so they can go underneath and play - without disrupting anything one top. In a small space this is a new way to play.

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  23. Yippee!!! I love, love, love Woodland Delight! I ordered a charm pack from Fat Quarter Shop and when I opened it up, I thought "OH NO! Here goes all of my Christmas money because I have to get more of this!!!"

    I would pick the pink fabrics and I have just the project in mind. I am planning to make some patchwork drapes to line the French doors of the closet in my sewing room. Woodland Delight has the perfect mix of cool modern prints and girly fun colors for my sewing room!

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  24. I love the grey! I would make a handbag from that gorgeous stuff!

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  25. pink! pillows pillows and some more pillows. totally cute

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  26. I love those fabrics but the grey colorway is my favorite. I would make accents for my new niece or nephew's nursery. It is the first baby for them and they are excited!

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  27. No fabric at my docs office either but very cool to see on TV!

    The grey is my favorite and I'd probably make a hat/scarf for my oh-so-fashionable 11 year old.

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  28. I would make a cloth doll using the zig zag stripes for the legs and the other fabrics for the costume! I love the Pink Stack! and, would love to win the giveaway...

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  29. I'd use the pink woodland delight to make something cute for my little niece! An activity bag w/ruffles and a matching crayon roll-up holder and little zipper case for her little doo dads.

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  30. Oooh, I love the grey. I'm making my husband a blazer and I'd use some of it to line the pockets. The rest I'd use in a quilt for myself! Thanks for being so generous!

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  31. How fun that your fabric is on "Accidentally on Purpose"!!! I've seen the show, its goofy.. but LOVE it as Dr. table paper. Yes, I'm SURE its the laminated version ;)
    Lets see - I LOVE both colorways... but I'd go for the grey & blue as I have a little boy to arrive at the end of march! I'd make a plethora of burp cloths, changing mats, bibs, and a stroller quilt to keep his little self warm this spring while on walks. Thanks so much! Cheers!

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  32. Pink Pink Pink for me please!!
    Love your applique. Can't believe you're a first timer.
    Beautiful work.
    Andi :-)

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  33. Since I'm turning out 'boy' graduation quilts by the carload, I would use the grey to make a quilt. We have to cover ALL the boys from the soccer team! From midget to 12th grade! YIKES!

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  34. Well, honestly, I'd love both color ways. But If I had to pick, I think I'd go with the Grey. I'm preggers and we're letting the gender be a surprise, but I'm wanting to make a little baby quilt and I love the grey color way for that project. Of course I'm always excited to make something for my 4 yr old daughter too. She'd look cute in a little top made from that fabric too.

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  35. Since I am making graduation quilts for the soccer team (grades kindergarten thru twelfth), I would use the grey to make a 'boy' quilt! YIKES! What am I THINKING???

    Beautiful fabrics!

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  36. love your flowers! I would also love the grey colorway of prints...Im making a quilt for my son's 'big boy bed' and these colors are just what Im playing with. Thanks for the chance! Merry Christmas.

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  37. I love the grey colorway, but that Pink stack would be fabulous for my budding fashion designer. She's 8 and designing all her skirts and dresses now!

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  38. i like the blue stack, and what would i make, a quilt of course, maybe for my mil as a thank you for letting my family move in (4 kids, hubby and i) in a 2 bdrm trailer, she would love that!!!

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  39. How exciting to get to see your fabric on TV, even if it's an unconventional place.

    I love both colorways, but I'd have to choose pink. My daughter's big girl room is pink and gree with tons of birds and these would fit in great. It's a toss up between quilts for their baby dolls or summer dresses for MY baby dolls. hehe

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  40. Hi!

    Well, it was a tough choice. But I think I'd go with the gray colorway. I'm picturing a patchwork pillow with a one "crazy" (assymetrical) log cabin block or maybe a stacked coin pillow/quilt.

    But of course, anything left I'd make zip pouches, clutches, & wallets :)

    Thank you!

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  41. The grey is definitely my favorite! I love that color combination, ever since my grandma made me some jammies out of it when I was little. I would use it to make something cute for my daughter's apartment (her first after college)!

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  42. Pink! I'd love to sew my daughter some pillows for her bed and maybe some doll dresses as well.

    Heather

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  43. Wow, what a hard decision. I think I'd have to go with blue and I'd make myself a new purse and maybe a skirt as well!

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  44. Fab-oo. The pink stack is wonderful. Would make baby bibs, and bind flannel receiving blankets.

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  45. I saw your fabric on TV last night! I love that fabric!

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  46. It's time. My niece needs to be introduced to something other than pink---so it's the grey! I'd love to try another Patty Young pattern!

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  47. Love all of the color schemes but I think the pink is probably my favorite. I would make something for my little granddaughter to wear -- maybe a strip work jumper. If there were leftovers, I would make a new wristlet for myself. :)

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  48. how can i choose? i have 2 boys and one girl
    so should i choose the blue? or the pink??
    ill go with the.... blue! i love the blue! yeyyy!!
    thanks!

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  49. the grey color way is my favorite! I could see making a fun little bag for me with a contrast trim or a fun baby quilt or, maybe a little girl's dress (and if I am careful with the fabric, I could make more than one ;) )
    Thank you for a wonderful give away!

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  50. I love the blue. I am into making baby quilts for grandchildren, so that is what I would make. I hope I am lucky!

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  51. Hmm, the laminate would stick...

    I would make some tops and skirts for my almost 3 yr old daughter, I love making things for her! The pink is hot, the blue is hotter!

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  52. Gorgeous and congrats on the show.
    I like the pink and would use it to make a dress for my daughter. She loves pink! (are girls born with a gene?)
    nico.designsatlivedotcom

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  53. I choose both, how about that! I't impossible to choose. If I win I'd make my granddaughter a fabulous outfit from it - dress, pants, jacket - everything!!

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  54. Although I have a daughter and pink is all she is wanting to wear right now - I'm going to choose the BLUE - I love blue and red and gray together - it just meshes so nicely. I plan to make her a reversible pinafore top with two of the fabrics that she can layer with a long sleeve top and with the remaining two fabrics, ruffled bottom long pants (matilda jane style) to match with the top - your patterns are always so lovely!!!

    catherine s.
    imaginethatdesign (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  55. GRAY!!!! To be honest I really like them both but the gray is my fav. I already have two projects in mind. A cute modkid dress (Ava) for my niece & an Ipod holder. Thanks a bunch for the giveaway. I'm keeping my fingers crossed extra tight for this one...

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  56. You are just showing up everywhere! Congratulations!

    Either color way of your new fabric would make a really cute skirt for my daughter.

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  57. Hey Paula! Very cool that your fabric was spotted on TV. I actually read some where that they also used some Urban Chiks (from Moda) on that show too - they must have one fabric savvy set decorator working there!

    I love the grey colourway and would use it first to make a cover for my new Janome and then probably a purse! If there was anything leftover after that I'd integrate it into a quilt (maybe a string quilt)!

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  58. On a grey day of Woodland Delight,
    I'd take to creating in fanciful flight.
    a dress, a shirt,
    a bag, a skirt
    Grey little birdies
    and turqouise for flirt.
    To five little offspring,
    big smiles will come,
    when mommy shouts,
    "come see, I'm all done!"

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  59. I would choose the grey stack and would make a runner and/or set of pillows...maybe with a few konas I could get both done!~ Thanks for the giveaway!

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  60. The pink is lovely and all, but I LOVE that grey! What would I do...probably hoard it until I had a room that it would match with, then make pillows and such. :)

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  61. I love the grey. I would make a tree skirt or, I have no idea if I could get a tree skirt out of that yardage, but I know I could make a curtain for my spare bedroom!

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  62. I'd choose the grey to add to my quilting fabric.....have several planned for this winter in those colors...It sure would be fun to win!

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  63. Hi Paula!
    I would make Sandi Henderson's pinwheels...have you seen the tutorial she shared for her booth pinwheels...it's a fabulous way to display beautiful fabric as the art that it is all by itself!
    Happy Ho Ho!

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  64. Its so hard to choose! I'd probably go with the pink and make some cute skirts for my 3 girls!

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  65. I would pick the Pink Woodland Delight, and I want to make my daughter some baby doll clothes. That would be so cute. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  66. How fun to see your fabric on TV!! I would pick the pink and make a baby quilt for my grandchild to be. Crossing my fingers for a girl.

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  67. I love pink, so it would have to be the pink! Our dog has a pink collar (she's a girl so it's okay!) and I LOVE to wear pink because it seems so cheery! I'd make a top out of the pink.

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  68. I love them both, but could see a beautiful quilt I'd make out of the grey!

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  69. oh easy peasy...i love the grey stack... i love that blue/red/grey combo and I would make something for my dream studio which will be decorated in these colours. Probably a few cushions or a quilt for my comfy chair. thanks for sharing.

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  70. Such beautiful fabrics! I would need to turn them into a quilt!

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  71. LOVE your fabric! Two words: Birdalicious Quiltacular! I think your prints were just made for quilts - all living harmoniously together side by side.

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  72. Both choices are lovely. I think the pink might be nice either as a lap quilt or possibly a dress for my little granddaughter. Thanks for the chance to win some of this delightful fabric!

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  73. OMG!! I would LOVE to have the grey stack! LOVE the color combo! I would make a mini quilt to hang in my new art room. Its kinda funny, I just bought some of your Summer Soiree fabric and blogged about it a couple days ago. You can see some pics on my blog! Thanks!!

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  74. I'm not really a garment sewer, but I am a quilter so I'm sure I would use the grey colorway in a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  75. oh - I want the grey set to make a patch work style skirt!

    animegirlie at g mail dot com

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  76. I would choose grey woodland delight.

    Awesome that you saw your fabric on a t.v. show! :)

    There are so many possibilities!! I could make pillows. a small quilt, dresses for my girls, camera strap slipcovers, scarves. oh my! So many things.

    Thank you for the chance to win! Have a very Merry Christmas!

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  77. What a great giveaway!

    How funny about the table paper on that show. I work in the OB/GYN field and only, ever, is disposable white paper used. How strange that the set designers felt it necessary to dress it up. But what a fine choice they made! xo, suzy

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  78. Hi Paula, and I forgot to say that I love both colorways and of course I would make a purse!
    xo, suzy

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  79. I'm thinking a big ol' tote bag!!! Either color would be amazing.

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  80. i would make the cutest tote bag with the pink stack! :)

    jessica d.
    info(at)funkyfinds(dot)us

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  81. Love your new fabric line!

    It would be a hard choice cause I love both. But since I'm a pink girl I guess I would take the pink and I would probably make myself an apron.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Hugs,
    Gina
    www.gigglekidsboutique.com

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  82. Well, I don't usually love pink - but you've got me! I would use it to make some wonky log cabin and nine patch pillows, and they would sure zip up our family room!

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  83. Pink or grey, grey or pink?
    I can't decide, I have to think
    Of which color I'd like to win.

    What would I make? I do not know.
    I guess a quilt? Or a pillow?
    Aha! A quilt, I'll make it a twin.

    With colors so pretty
    please take pity
    on me, and pick me to win!

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  84. I love the red and aqua and grey combo. I just finished redecorating a bathroom in red and aqua - I could frame some of that fabric for wall decor!

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  85. oh...i absolutely adore the grey!! and i'd make quilted euro shams for my new bed i'm so excited about getting this weekend!!

    Hope you and yours have a fantastic holiday season!!

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  86. well, I already know what I am making with them!But you'll have to wait and see... we are under way with our blocks with your fabrics... i love that gray line... your a busy lady, love that vase of flowers too!

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  87. I have loved your woodland delight collection since I first laid eyes on it!!

    I would love to make a table runner and maybe some cloth napkins to spice up my table out of the pink collection. I'm trying to find some modern oranges to compliment my 70's era orange countertops in the kitchen. Not an easy task!

    Thanks for the great giveaway. I hope you are able to find some time to bring your daydreams to reality!!

    Jaclyn

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  88. I would pick the grey group and make a quilt for daughter #4's room. I made one for her from your aqua summer soiree for her bed. The grey would give the room a different look with the seasons. Great job on the applique

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  89. I would choose the pink one and I would probably make a bag or tote out of it.

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  90. WOW, how AMAZING that your fabric was on the show!
    What a generous giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win some of your gorgeous fabric! Gosh, it's so tough to choose between the two--I am so in love with them both!! I guess if I *had* to pick, it would be the grey set and make some beautiful pillows for my new living room!

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  91. My daughter is finally getting a room to her self so I'd use the pink stack to make some gum drop pillows for her to sit on while she watches TV with her friends :D

    So pretty and funky!

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  92. I feel similar to you. I have so many ideas, and feel I have no time to enjoy them.

    I love all the fabrics, and would definitely make some of my tea towels with a new design using the pinks. It truly is such a hard decision because they are both so perfect.

    A beach towel would be great too. I am also into fabric flowers right now. However, in the end I would still want to do some kitchen towels and matching pot holders.

    www.themudpuddleproject.blogspot.com

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  93. i love the grey, i would use it to make an outfit for my daughter.

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  94. Pink :)
    En with two daughters that would be skirts or dresses for them :)
    Tulip-skirt (from Angelinas-dreams.blogspot.com) for one and Kyoko (Modkid) for the other :)

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  95. I usually like pink but this GREY WOODLAND DELIGHT is gorgeous!
    I think I would make a little pouch and maybe a bag ^^
    Thanks for the chance.

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  96. TV! That is so awesome!

    I think I would use the grey colorway to make something for me...crazy idea, huh? Probably an apron or blouse.

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  97. How exciting to see your fabric on TV!

    What a generous giveaway. I think I would choose the pink and make dresses and pants and tops, oh my!

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  98. Ooh so lovely Paula - I would use the grey palette to make this little top for one of my girls.

    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=34709286

    The colours would all look so great together don't you think??

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  99. I love your fabrics! They are just so amazing - keep up the good work!

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  100. Hi Paula! I remember seeing that! Whoohooo!

    I think I would probably make a messenger bag. Im always looking for a hands free bag that is large enough to put my packages in, and that I can use while I ride my bike!

    Thanks for the Chance!

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  101. I love the pink and was thinking of using it to make a duvet cover and pillow case for my daughter. We just set up her big girl bed last week.

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  102. gray is my favorite...i am going to being making myself a wearable quilt (its kind of like a jacket for my legs) and i would love to add some of the fabric to it!

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  103. Holy smokes! Those blues and greys catch my eye and would make a gorgeous zigzag quilt!

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  104. I love the grey...I would use it to make a baby quilt!!

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  105. ooh...both colorways are lovely.

    Look great for making pillows for my Mom...she would love those fabrics.

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  106. Both fabrics are gorgeous. I would love to win the Gray stack. I would probably make a tote bag but I have a habit of changing my mind.

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  107. I would make a table runner for my awesome new-to-me MCM coffee table out of the grey stack.

    Lovely.

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  108. I would chose the grey...I would probably make a quilt or possibly an frilly apron. LOVE IT!
    Lauri Grossman
    Lauri@bigbrains.com

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  109. beautiful! would definitely make skirts for my girls! That is the "dress code" choice by them this year! I don't think I would have another choice if I ask them :)

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  110. I'd take the gray and probably use it for a spring-y runner for my table! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. How to choose! Because I have 3 girls I guess I'll go with the pink. I'm thinking about decor in their rooms. Maybe frame each fabric and add their initial for the walls? Throw pillows to match? Patchwork quilt? Aww...daydreaming is fun!

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  112. a quilt
    a tote
    really an apron
    no a gadget pouch...
    LOL maybe one of all the above

    Have a wonderful Holiday,

    Brandi

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  113. I LOVE the grey stack. I would make a half apron or a quilt with the stack. Most likely a quilt because I have the quilting itch and haven't been able to relieve it:)

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  114. I love both stacks and either one would create a beautiful dress for my little girl. She loves birds!

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  115. oooh, the grey please! how delicious!

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  116. I would have to go with the gray. As for what I would make? Hmm. Probably a towel or two for my kitchen, a pillow for my living room, a skirt for my daughter, a bag for me, a coffee cuff & a set of coasters & if I have any left over something for my boys teachers for Christmas!

    Merry Christmas!

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  117. I would love the grey! I would combine it with some stash solids and make baby some dresses and a quilt. And save some little squares for a quilt I'm making that only has one square in each fabric.

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  118. I am partial to the gray colorway since those color combinations are my favorite. I would love to make some kitchen linens for a friend who just moved into a new place. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  119. I love the grey colorway. I already have plans in my head...kyoko by modkidboutique - the pattern is sitting in my basket waiting for fabric too!

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  120. Both colorways are so unique and crisp that I can see a cute dress for one of my granddaughters or totes for all of them or...better yet, lamp shades for my studio! That could set the color scheme and I could quit dithering about which colors and fabrics I am going to use. You could actually save me from myself!

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  121. oooh.... i'd so take that gray and make the amy buter lotus quilt :) and it would help since i've already collected some to start it!

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  122. Hi Paula, I love all your fabrics but I choose the grey stack as my favorite of these two choices. If I won I'd make two new aprons, one for me and one for my sister. Thanks for the chance.

    cyninthekitchen@yahoo.ca

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  123. I would choose Grey. I'm trying to spruce up my sewing room and would love a cover for my machine...

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  124. so hard to choose! how about both!!! :)

    Ok...I'll narrow it down! I think I'd pick the pink. My niece is on my list for a quilt! :) Beautiful fabrics!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  125. I hope you get a chance soon to be able to play with your new fabric! I would choose the pink, add a few solids and make a large Dresden pillow for on my bed. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  126. I love both sets! I think I'd choose the grey colorway and make something special for my younger daughter. She loves blue but often I sew clothes bigger for her pink-loving sister to wear and then hand down to her. I think I really should make something that is just for her soon!

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  127. Yikes I have to pick a color. LOl I would have to go with pink I think. I could make some cute accented jeans skirts for my 4 girls. Hmm but with the blue I could make a bowling shirt for my son. Hmm pink could turn into a bag for me too. LOL. Oh the desisions. thanks for an awesome giveaway!

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  128. i only do quilts! i think the pink stack is fun (but i like both!) and i would have to stare at it for months before deciding on a worthy project :-)

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  129. no paper at a doctors office! they have good taste in fabric , so the show must be better than I thought...the pink woodland delight will make a wonderful baby quilt (a friend's nursury is black and white toile and I think pink is a necessity

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  130. These fabrics are gorgeous and I would love to win either set. I think the Pink Colorway is my favorite and I would make a lap quilt so I could use it all and be able to fondle it frequently. :-) Thank you for offering this wonderful give-away. Take care and God bless, Cory

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  131. WoW! Are they ever sweet!? I vote *pink* for a new little grand daughter coming soon at the first of January! I would make a skirt for her mom and sweet little matching dress for her.
    Love your blog & your designs!

    deer-hollow {at} comcast {dot} net

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  132. I would choose the grey and use it to make a new toddler bag. I think it would be very unique and different than the traditional pink for girls!
    Thanks for a chance to win it.

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  133. I LOVE this new collection!! It's between the brown and the pink colorway. I love them both. What I would make with the brown colorway is a scarf for me and my daughter. And in the pink colorway I would start making the quilt for my daughters room. I just love the sweet prints. My daughter love the little tweet friends. This would sure to last through her toddler years into her preteen years and then it will be a perfect throw for mommy:)

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  134. I love, love, love your designs and fabric! I would choose the pink all the way. I have four girls who would love bags out of those!

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  135. So pretty! Love the pink with the balance of the brown.... maybe a pair of lampshades and matching curtains for a room for two girls...... Love,Love your fabric. Happy Fabric!

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  136. Oh gosh, too hard to choose! I love the grey the most myself, but usually sew for my little girl whose favorite color is pink, so I think either would do! Love the new line! Congratulations!

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  137. I love the gray and would probably make some sort of bag.

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  138. I think I would love the pink stack and I would make it into a special topsy turvy doll for my little girl!

    http://apostrophydesigns.blogspot.com/2008/11/new-topsy-turvys.html

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  139. OOH! I love the gray and I'd make a quilt for sure.

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  140. Paula, these are both beautiful! I think I would choose the pink stack and make pillows for my little girl's play room. Maybe even some Giant pillows for laying on.

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  141. I love the pink, its fresh and fun. I would make something girly for my great neice, maybe a cute ruffled skirt. using the fabrics.

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  142. I would use the pink collection to make market bags for my daughters (3, adult) and myself to use when shopping. I think that would be a great use for such beautiful fabric!

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  143. I would use the pink collection to make market bags for my daughters (3, adult) and myself to use when shopping. I think that would be a great use for such beautiful fabric!

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  144. I would make some baby clothes for my daughter. I love the grey!

    Kim - Kimmieclover@aol.com

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  145. I would use the gray to make some fun things for my granddaughter...like pillows for her bedroom..maybe a tote of some kind.

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  146. valances for my sewing studio for sure!!!

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  147. Love the pink colorway. I would make a lovely throw out of it and have giant circles and rectangles to really show off the fabric. Something really yummy.
    Mary

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  148. Happy Holidays Paula!!

    Normally I would be all about the pink, (DH calls me a pink freak, I think it's just natures way of offsetting the high levels of testosterone I live with between hubby and 3 boys) BUT I'm seriously drawn to the grey colorway..and would make a purse and matching skinny scarf with them.

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  149. Grey for sure and I see a couple of bags in my future for sure!!! I guess you can say I love bags. Guess what my Mom and Mother in Law got for Christmas??? Bags of course!
    Amanda Calloway
    callowayamanda@hotmail.com

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  150. I would love to win the grey stack and make myself a bunch of Liverpool tunics out of them. Now that my holiday events are finished up, I can finally sew some things for myself!!! Happy Holidays!

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  151. I'd pick the blue stack. But what to make?? Hmm? Could definitely use more comfy patchwork pillows to dress up our living room!

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  152. Would love to make these booties for my 6 mo. daughter from the Pink stack!

    http://makeitandloveit.blogspot.com/2009/11/bootie-patternfinally.html

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  153. MERRY CHRISTMAS!
    WONDERFUL GIVEAWAY-JUST RIGHT FOR MY SPRING QUILT! LOVE,LINDA

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  154. My niece would love love love this fabric in her quilt ill be making her for her 4th birthday!!

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  155. Oh pretty! And how cool for your fabric on the show! I would choose the pinks and use them for a quilt for my daughter who just got her big girl bed!

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  156. Love the grey stack! I have absconded with my husband's office and am slowly making it into my craft room. So far, I've stolen about 80% of the space, LOL. I would love to use the fabric to make a valance for the window in there, and then to make some coordinating things to tie it all together - some fabric baskets, a new ironing board cover, and maybe even some of those cool canvases where you just wrap fabric around them and hang them up...or maybe embroidery hoops instead of canvases. Hmm...I also want to make an embroidered clock, and that bird fabric would be great as an applique!

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  157. I adore the gray stack! I actually have some of your fabrics waiting in an unopened box under my tree. My husband has such great taste in gifts LOL! =) Definitely a quilt out of those goodies--the aqua and gray is just stellar!

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  158. The grey/blue/red combination is one of my favorites of all time. I would add some plain white and make two baby quilts!

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  159. I must say I love, totally love, the newest of your collections. I would have to make something absolutely adorable and fun for my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter, Lily. Let me tell you Lily loves color and feminine things...she would oh so lovely and darling in anything made of your fabric!! Pick me!!!!!!!!!!!

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  160. I would choose the Grey ! In my mind I have made 15 different items with the beautiful fabric. But maybe start with a great accent pillow.

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  161. I totally want to make a skirt for my daughter out of the Pink stack! It would be adorable!

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  162. Paula, I adore your fabric and love reading your blog! Thank you for all the beautiful fabric you've brought into this world!

    I may be using your Summer Soiree line to help decorate for my wedding in May. Not sure how yet, but I just love the yellow/gray combination, so I must do something with that!

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  163. I think I'd go with the Grey stack...those colors are gorgeous! But I love the pink as well.

    And I think maybe I'd be willing to try my hand at my first quilt. I know I won't have time until after Christmas, but I've been wanting to try a small one just to see how it goes.

    Love your fabric!

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  164. I love the pink. I have 4 daughters and my oldest is sewing dresses for the younger three as Christmas presents. I would take your fabric and make a dress for her so she would get a new dress also.

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  165. All of your new fabrics are delightful but, since I'm partial to pink, I'd have to say that the Pink Woodland Delight would be my favorite. I think I would make my mom a new apron to wear in her kitchen. And, I'd love to make myself a new bag with those bright, happy prints. Those beautiful flowers & birds would help me think of the warm, spring days ahead instead of these cold, bundle-up Wisconsin days we are experiencing right now!

    Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year to you & your family.

    Sandra Toews

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  166. I already have all of the gray colorway, so I'm feeling the need for some pink in my life! I would love to make a new outfit for my little niece, something like ruffle pants and sweet little tunic top. She has some adorable pink maryjane shoes that would go perfect!

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  167. Love both the colorways, but I'll pick the gray. It would make an adorable baby quilt or a cute bag. Have a very Merry Christmas. I'm not sure if I'm posting in time for the drawing but that's okay.
    Your applique is totally gorgeous and thanks for sharing.

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  168. I love the pink, it would make a beautiful quilt for my daughter, who has bugging me to make her one.

    Debbie

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  169. how about the pink stack and I would do make a hairbow holder for my little girl?
    :)
    annemolino at hotmail dot com

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  170. I would choose the pink for twirl skirts for my 2 daughters! I love the fabric.

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  171. I have never seen the show but how cool is that? I love that fabric by the way. All of yours are my faves. Hard to pick just one favorite!

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  172. What a fantastic giveaway...I am in love with the gray colorway and have the perfect plan for it...we are getting licensed (next month, God willing!) to become foster/adopt parents and I want to make the perfect quilt and other nursery gear for the new baby-blue, gray with girly accents...perfect since we have NO idea the gender we will be getting!

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  173. Oh my, how I love this collection! I would love the GREY set for a beautiful little playquilt for my youngest daughter, who is about to turn one!

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  174. love the grey woodland delight. would make a scarf for me or my coffee table. how bout dressing up some kitchen towels or a pretty potholder. oh i know, a cup cozy or an apron, ummm a window topper. maybe just keep it for a rainy day until an idea pops into my head to showcase the wonderful colors!

    have a happy healthy holiday season!

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  175. Oh la la. I love your fabric! I would make a baby quilt with the grey colorway version. It would be really sweet for a baby boy!

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  176. I love the pink colorway and the designs coordinate so well. I would make placemats and napkins for the table. The dots and zig-zag stripe would make great binding.

    xxx

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