Moda mixology quilt book


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237. CREATING INTEREST WITH FILL WORK—LONGARM HANDS-ON 4

B,D,LA Kim Brunner

Often background work becomes an afterthought—we forget that the right filler can completely transform the look of a quilt. In this class for the confident beginner/early intermediate level machine quilter, stitch interesting textures via creative filler work using both freehand and grid-based techniques. Leave meandering behind and take your quilts
   up a notch.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - = 4

 

Supplies—paper, pen, & pencil; white chalkboard chalk and sharpener.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

238. BEGINNING QUILTING MACHINE BASICS FOR NEWBEES, WANTABEES, & MAYBEES—LONGARM
 HANDS-ON  8

B,PJ,PC,LA Linda V. Taylor

Where to start, end, and everything in between! No matter what kind of machine you have (or want to have), learn how the longarm quilting process is executed efficiently and perfectly. Work on Pantograph quilting, basting for hand quilters, overall stippling/meandering techniques, and setting in a continuous-line pattern on the quilt. This is still the
 bread-and-butter of the industry. One person per machine—space is limited.

CLASS PRICE - 5 + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - = 8

 

Supplies—paper, pen, & pencil.

 

 

 

 

239. 24 STEP COLOR GRADATIONS  0

E,PJ,PC,MM   Cindy Lohbeck

Learn the nuances of mixing a twenty-four color gradation from three colors of dye! Take your color wheel beyond primary, secondary, and tertiary with this beautiful collection of tone-on-tone "quilters’ solids.” This tidy and organized method makes dyeing your own fabric fun and easy!

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - = 0

 

Supplies—scissors (paper cutting); fine-tip black Sharpie pen; wear apron or old clothes; two approx 24in x 18in x 6in plastic tote bins and lids; roll of paper towels.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

242. PRECISION PIECING

E,PJ,PC,SM Philippa Naylor

A practical class to help you achieve prize-winning accuracy. Gather masses of techniques, information, and advice on every stage of the piecing process. Fabric selection, rotary cutting methods, accurate seaming, matching points, and pressing are all examined in detail with extensive demonstrations. Make a perfectly sized, “no points lost” block and never be frustrated again!

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—sewing needles; sewing thread to match fabric; scissors (fabric cutting); embroidery scissors (cut to the point); pins; eraser; mechanical pencil; paper, pen, & pencil; sm trash bag; rotary cutter (45mm); rotary cutting mat (med); rotary cutting ruler (12in, Quilters’ 6.5in sq min); bobbin thread. Fabric: four diff FQs—one focus (print), one light, one med, and one dk.

 

 

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

243. LEARN ENGLISH PAPER PIECING AND MAKE A
 FABRIC BOWL

E,H,PJ,PC Lisa Louise Adams

Enjoy a relaxed morning basting fabric to paper pieces, sewing them together, and forming a decorative lotus-
 shaped fabric bowl. As you sew, learn the basics of English Paper Piecing and view many quilts by Adams that take advantage of having handwork in your purse that eventually becomes a quilt!

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting). Fabric: twelve 5in cotton sqs, assorted or matching—six for inside, six for outside of bowl.

 

 

244. WHIRLY TWIRLY QUILTING DESIGNS

E,D,PC Charlotte Warr Andersen

A technique to make flowing quilt designs that resemble patterns made with a Spirograph toy. This method will
 enable you to make a quilting design of any size. Discuss methods of transferring the design to the quilt. Use designs
  to enhance pieced compasses, other traditional blocks, or whole cloth quilts.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—template material; eraser; mechanical pencil; colored pencils; paper, pen, & pencil; sm trash bag; rotary cutting ruler (12in); scotch tape; fine-tip black Sharpie pen; 8.5in x 11in or larger pad of plain paper; compass; protractor; any French curves or other drafting implements you may own or wish to buy (cheap ones from the craft store); flexible curve is also handy.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

245. FREE-MOTION MACHINE QUILTING ON A DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE

B,PC,AP,SM Frieda Anderson

Gain confidence at the sewing machine. Use the machine as a drawing tool, learning to quilt in complex patterns without the bother of marking or measuring. Enjoy demonstrations and explanations of fundamental types of quilting as you quilt the entire class time! Also offered as 351 on Wednesday morning and 535 on Friday morning. Do not enroll for more than one.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies— thread snips; sm trash bag; fine-tip black Sharpie pen; pillow to sit on to soften chairs (opt); six to eight 15in sq light solid color cotton or muslin quilt sandwiches (top, batting, and lining)—assembled, not thread basted, just safety pinned around the outside edges or spray basted. Cotton batting is preferred, but you may practice on polyester. Please cut your batting to match your fabric—in 15in sqs. See complete supply list at http://www.friestyle.com/workshops/free-motion-machine-quilting-for-a-domestic-home-sewing-machine.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

246. GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER (#29, WOW!) 

I/A,PJ,PC,AP,SM Debbie Caffrey Batey

Join Batey in a new mystery table runner designed for the Houston 2018 Festival. Her mystery classes are loads of fun and you always learn some great tips and techniques. Each mystery class she is teaching this week is different. Sign up for them all! Also offered as 733 on Saturday morning. Do not enroll for both.

CLASS PRICE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—neutral sewing thread; thread snips; pins; sm trash bag; rotary cutter; rotary cutting mat; rotary cutting ruler; seam ripper. See complete supply list at www.debbiecaffrey.com after October 1, 2018—make sure you download the correct list for the day and time slot of your class! Each is unique.

 

 

247. HAND-DYED SILK NECKLACE 

E,D,PJ,MM Vickie Clontz

Create a trendy, hand-dyed silk necklace in your choice of colors! Dye silk in the microwave using some fun texturizing techniques and create a beautiful lightweight necklace with silk, beads, and fibers that will be the envy of all your friends! http://www.annieskeepsakes.com

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—neutral sewing thread; scissors (fabric cutting); safety pins; wear apron or old clothes; fibers for stuffing (polyester, wool, etc.); stuffing tool; eighteen to twenty large-holed (at least 5mm) beads such as pony beads; disposable rubber gloves; sm towel; chain-nose pliers (instructor will bring some to share).

 

 

248. THE COLOR WHEEL AND THE DYE POT—
 MIXOLOGY 101

B/I,PC,MM June Colburn

Demystify the color wheel and color concepts when you are mixing dyes. Take an in-depth look at hues, tints, shades, compliments, and neutrals. Explore mixing fabulous colors, creating a notebook of definitions, information, commercial cotton fabric swatches, and in-class dyed silk samples to refer to for years to come.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting); glue stick; paper, pen, & pencil; sm trash bag; wear apron or old clothes; rubber or plastic gloves; double-sided tape (opt); battery operated Ott light (opt).

 

 

249. CHRISTMAS ALTERED BOOK

E,D,H,PJ,MM Julie Craig

Create your own Christmas keepsake! Work your design will on an 8.5in x 11in chipboard to create this altered book. Surround a vintage postcard fabric print with lace, ribbon, buttons, and vintage Christmas bulbs. Make a wool poinsettia, velvet rose, gathered ribbon flower, and leaves. Glue to old book at home, or display it on easel as is. Charms not included. Project should be finished in class.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting).

 

 

250. SILK SHIBORI BEADED NECKLACE 

B,D,H,PC,MM Glennis Dolce

Learn a great technique to make cording with pleated silk Shibori ribbon and beads! Dolce leads you step-by-step through the process to make this necklace, finished with a quality magnetic clasp. Use this same technique in other applications demonstrated in class.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting); pins.

 

 

 

251. LIGHT & SHADOW STUDY OF 3-D EFFECTS

I/A,PJ,MM,SM Noriko Endo

Learn to use quilting and painting to create 3-D effects in your work. Endo will share several free-motion quilting designs in class, as well as how to use paint on fabric to make the design look 3-D.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting); thread snips; pins; safety pins; fine-tip black Sharpie pen; seam ripper.

 

 

 

252. ASYMMETRICAL CROCHET WRAP 5

B/I,K/C Stephanie Jezierski

Refresh your crochet skills with a variations of Half Treble and Half Treble Clusters while working increases to create this trendy garment—a modern and versatile crochet piece that can be worn as a scarf, cowl, or wrap. The asymmetrical shape gives you many options for wear.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - = 5

 

Supplies—embroidery scissors (cut to the point); paper, pen, & pencil; row counter; US sz F crochet hook; removable markers.

 

 

253. DRAMATICALLY DIFFERENT CATHEDRAL
 WINDOWS 

E, D,PJ,MM  Laura Murray

Create a modern version of a dramatic Cathedral Window design using Paintstiks, stamps, and fusible-backed shapes arranged on a background fabric. No experience necessary to create this 11in block, just bring your sense of adventure, and have fun learning a no-fail, easy technique—a gateway to creating hundreds of variations.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting); wear apron or old clothes.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

254. FOLLOW THE RULER! FREE-MOTION RULER WORK ON THE HOME MACHINE

E,PC,SM Sue Nickels

Play with the BERNINA Adjustable Ruler Foot and rulers to achieve easy curves and straight lines. This approach will open the door to many new options for free-motion work on the home machine. Start with basic concepts, then continue with cool and creative ideas in this relaxed and informative workshop. Adjustable Ruler Foot #72 and rulers (to share) will be provided by BERNINA. Also offered as 389 on Wednesday afternoon. Do not enroll for both.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—thread snips; sm trash bag; quilting gloves (prefer Graberoo's), Quilters’ fingertips or fingers cut off of good quality kitchen dishwashing glove (Playtex or Mr. Clean brand).

 

 

255. CUT-AWAY APPLIQUÉ FOR BEGINNERS

B,H Dena Rosenberg

Needleturn appliqué using the cut-away technique is perfect for beginners. Learn to cut and transfer your pattern, then needleturn straight lines, curves, points, and dips on this one simple block.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—paper, pen & pencil.

 

 

 

 

256. SOCIAL MEDIA FOR MAKERS 

E,PC Maria Shell

Want to connect with the larger world of quilt making? Learn the basics of Facebook, Instagram, and Wordpress blogging in this action-packed workshop on sharing through social media.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—paper, pen, & pencil; note/sketch paper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

257. FEARLESS MACHINE QUILTING

B,PC,SM Cindy Walter

Have some fun with machine quilting. Straight or curvy lines—find out which style fits your ability and works with your quilt design. Hands-on learning will make you more comfortable
  to work on projects at home. Kit has all you need except thread clippers.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—thread snips.

 

 

 

 

 

260. QUILTS FROM THE 1800s AND THE WOMEN WHO
 LOVE THEM 

Jodi Barrows

This lecture and trunk show will bring to life the story of quilts from the 1800s. Such a treat as you learn about and see quilts from the this era. Learn about the women and the quilts that they made—this historical perspective will provide insight from its unique time period as each quilt has a story. A meal with beverage is included.

 

 

 

 

 

 

261. GORGEOUS FORMAL FEATHERS—LONGARM
 HANDS-ON 4

B,D,LA Kim Brunner

Everyone loves feathers! They are so much easier than you'd ever guess. Whether you are a freehand or a computerized quilter, Brunner will help you stitch lush feathers with minimal marking. Join us in class as we ruffle our feathers.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - = 4

 

Supplies—paper, pen & pencil.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

262. QUILTING MACHINE FREEHAND BASICS FOR LONGARM QUILTERS—LONGARM HANDS-ON 8

B/I,PJ,LA Linda V. Taylor

Learn the basics for the library of meandering/stippling techniques to use during your quilting career. Explore how to fill up the sashing with easy basic designs and quilt a feathered medallion and basic freehand feathers, ferns, and leaves. See many examples and complete a freehand sampler as an impressive quilt to show off in your studio. One person per machine—space is limited.

CLASS PRICE - 5 + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - = 8

 

Supplies—paper, pen & pencil.

 

 

 

 

 

263. INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH PAPER PIECING—TACKLING CURVED PIECES

I,H,PC Lisa Louise Adams

Learn the secrets of how to make tricky Apple Core and Clamshell curved pieces sew flat. Practice clipping, gathering, and focusing attention on tension.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—sewing thread to match fabric; scissors (fabric cutting); embroidery scissors (cut to the point). Fabric: sm cotton pcs in asst values 4in sq or larger.

 

 

264. ONE LINE AT A TIME—MACHINE QUILT GEOMETRIC DESIGNS WITHOUT MARKING

E,PC,AP,SM Charlotte Warr Andersen

Learn designs—many of them of Sashiko origin—developed on a silk quilt that could not be laundered, which made marking the quilt undesirable. Using tools and techniques, practice four to five quilting patterns from Andersen’s book, One Line at a Time.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—contrasting full spool quilting thread; scissors (fabric cutting); thread snips; paper, pen, & pencil; sm trash bag; rotary cutting ruler (min 12in with 60 degree line); scotch tape; seam ripper; 1in wide blue painters’ masking tape. Fabric: five 10.5in sq quilt sandwiches prepared for quilting (solid color fabric for top and back, white recommended, with light weight cotton or wool batting, may be hand basted in 4in grid or spray basted).

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

265. GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER (#30, WOW, AGAIN!)

I/A,PJ,PC,AP,SM Debbie Caffrey Batey

Join Batey in a new mystery table runner designed for the Houston 2018 Festival. Her mystery classes are loads of fun—you always learn some great tips and techniques. Each mystery class she is teaching this week is different. Sign up
   for them all!

CLASS PRICE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—neutral sewing thread; thread snips; pins; rotary cutting ruler; seam ripper. See complete supply list at www.debbiecaffrey.com after October 1, 2018—make sure you download the correct one for the day and time slot of your class! Each is unique.

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

266. ORNAMENTS—BASIC HAND APPLIQUÉ

B,H Karen Kay Buckley

Come have fun learning many helpful hand appliqué tips and tricks. Make perfect circles, sharp points, and hangers for the ornaments made the same as you would make stems. Learn many useful essential appliqué elements in this three-hour hand class. www.karenkaybuckley.com

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting); scissors (paper cutting); thimble; pins; mechanical pencil; rotary cutter; rotary cutting mat (sm); rotary cutting ruler (3in x 18in); sandpaper board; fabric markers to trace around templates on back of fabric; tape (any kind); emery board; Sewline tracer; hand needle to accommodate thicker thread such as quilting thread. (Avail to purchase in class at a discounted price.)

 

 

267. PEPPERMINT EMBROIDERY—TRADITIONAL RED
 WORK

B,H,PC Terri Burton

Choose from several patterns to complete a small picture or wallhanging using traditional Red Work embroidery stitches and threads. Learn proper preparation and tools to make this art relaxing and fun.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—paper, pen & pencil.

 

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

268. NEEDLE FELT LANDSCAPE

E,PJ Vickie Clontz

Needle felt a landscape of wool and other novelty fibers such as silk, bamboo, curly mohair, and Angelina fibers. Experiment with various colors to add shading and highlights to your masterpiece. Tweak your art with some simple hand stitching for the perfect finishing touch! www.annieskeepsakes.com

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (paper cutting); thread snips; thimble; pins; sz36
 single felting needle; multi-needle felting tool; 12in sq 2in thick upholstery foam pad; embroidery needle; embroidery floss in carnation pink and lime green.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

269. FIT TO FRAME—ARTISTIC FABRIC COLLAGE

B/I,D,PJ June Colburn

Develop your artistic eye and creative spirit using collage. Explore new ways to look at fabric, fussy cut prints and batiks, and layer them effectively—become the Monet of textiles! Practice asymmetric design, with tips for blending and contrasting colors to create depth of field. Art is the aim—fabric is the medium!

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting); embroidery scissors (cut to the point); pins; sm trash bag; 1yd heat fusible web such as Heat-and-Bond Lite or MistyFuse (opt, probably won't be used during class).

 

 

270. CRAZY WOOL CHRISTMAS TREE

E,D,H,PJ Julie Craig

Design and create your own four-tier Christmas tree. Layer green felted wool, then decorate your tree with embroidery, beads, sequins, baubles, and felted ornaments you make yourself. Learn to make candy canes from felt and twine. Dyed laces trim the tree for a grand finale. Charms not included. Finished 13in x 10in piece suitable for hanging, shadow box display, or sewing into a pillow. Project completed at home.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting).

 

 

271. SILK SHIBORI GARDENING 0

B,D,H,PJ,PC Glennis Dolce

Create a garden of silk Shibori florals, learning techniques for a wide variety of silk flower embellishments. Using various Shibori pleated and hand-dyed silks—from satins, organza, Japanese kimono silks, and even silk batting—make a variety of flowers you can use in jewelry, Crazy Quilting, home décor, and more. An embellishment buffet will be available for fancy flower centers and mounting finished pieces as jewelry.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - = 0

 

Supplies—scissors (fabric cutting).

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

272. SMALL WORKS OF CONFETTI NATURESCAPES

E,PJ,SM Noriko Endo

Also offered as 135 on Monday morning and 445 on Thursday morning. See 135 on Monday morning for description and supply list. Do not enroll for more than one.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

 

 

 

 

 

273. THE BASICS OF HAND QUILTING

E,H,PJ Kathy Kansier

Get ready to rock and roll your needle to achieve perfect hand-quilted stitches. Learn the history of the needle, how to select quilting designs, quilting in a hoop or large frame, trapunto techniques, and the tools that are helpful for hand quilting. Choose from a variety of pre-printed designs for this kitted project with extra designs available for sale in class. Finished project makes a pillow or wallhanging.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—embroidery scissors (cut to the point); thimble (instructor’s favorite is a Roxanne Thimble from www.colonialneedle.com); Clover or Bohin desk needle threader; Thread Heaven (sm blue box of thread conditioner); 1in deep 14in quilting hoop (instructor’s favorite quilting hoops are from www.nosliphoops.com)

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

274. PIPING AND BINDING

E,PC,AP,SM Philippa Naylor

Add a final flourish to your quilts. Learn to finish edges using techniques employed in award-winning quilts. Contrasting fabric covered piping and double-folded binding are attached by machine to result in beautiful straight edges, perfect corners, and invisible joins. Also offered as 615 on Friday evening. Do not enroll for both.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—hand sewing needles; sewing thread to match fabric; scissors (fabric cutting);  embroidery scissors (cut to the point); thimble; pins; safety pins; eraser; mechanical pencil; paper, pen, & pencil; sm trash bag; rotary cutter (45mm); rotary cutting mat (med); rotary cutting
   ruler (12in); Quilters’ 1in x 6in or 1in x 12in ruler and Quilters’ 6in or 6.5in sq. Fabric: two diff cotton FQs; two 12in sq quilt sandwiches with low
   loft batting.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

275. FREE-MOTION MAGIC MACHINE QUILTING

E,PC,SM Sue Nickels

Play with free-motion machine quilting and the magic of a regulated stitch length (using the exclusive BERNINA Stitch Regulator Darning Foot, or BSR). Work on practice pieces to learn the details of successful free-motion quilting. Relax and enjoy while playing with fun designs such as traditional stipple quilting, curvy lines, and free-form feathers. Many quilts will be shown for inspiration. Also offered as XXX on Wednesday morning. Do not enroll for both.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

Supplies—machine needles, sz80/12 Schmetz microtex sharp; thread snips; forty sz1 safety pins; sm trash bag; four 12in sqs cotton or cotton blend batting; 50/3 or 50/2 cotton thread in gold, gray, or tan; kitchen dishwashing gloves, one size smaller than you wear for dishwashing (use the fingertips for control in free-motion quilting) or Machingers or Graberoo's type machine quilting gloves. Fabric: four 12in sqs muslin.

 

 

276. KITCHEN SINK QUILTING--THE ART OF MAKING
 DO

E,D Maria Shell

All leftover fabric, UFOs, orphan blocks, and random strips of fabric are welcome in this class! Take those pieces of what-nots and begin the process of creating a one-of-a-kind quilt. A lecture and group discussion focus on how to work with leftovers, quilt blocks, and other bits—lively discussion about all things scrappy.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies— paper, pen, & pencil; note/sketch paper; sm trash bag; rotary cutter; rotary cutting mat; rotary cutting ruler (any straight ruler); fabric for “design wall” (40in x 60in); camera or smart phone for taking pictures; images of favorite scrap quilts. Fabric: as many orphan blocks, scraps, strip sets, and pieced bits as you feel comfortable traveling with.

 

 

This class is SOLD OUT.

277. WALKING FOOT WOW

B,PJ,SM Cindy Walter

Also offered as 142 on Monday morning and 589 on Friday afternoon. See 142 on Monday morning for description and supply list. Do not enroll for more than one.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - + EQUIP FEE - =

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

278. HAND OF FORTUNE—EMBROIDERY ON SILK

E,H,PJ Laura Wasilowski

Who needs a palm reader? With free-form embroidery and
a pre-printed hand shape, stitch your own fortune! Make
your life line with cross-stitches, money line with back stitches, or heart line with bold French Knots. Learn embroidery
stitch combinations and fill your palm with texture, color,
and pattern.

CLASS PRICE - + MAT FEE - =

 

Supplies—embroidery scissors (cut to the point); thimble; 7in x 8in batting (wool recommended); needle threader (opt).

 

 

 

 

280. IQA WINNERS’ CIRCLE CELEBRATION (NON-IQA MEMBERS)

 

285. WINNERS’ CIRCLE CELEBRATION (IQA MEMBERS)

Free to IQA members, but you must enroll for event #285 on the enrollment form.

Gorgeous quilts and non-purchase cash prizes—what a winning combination! See the top winners revealed for the first time. You won’t want to miss this event! Open to everyone; IQA members can attend free. (If pre-enrolling for classes, enroll for event #285 on the enrollment form. If not, show your membership card at the door). If you have lost it, or need a ticket for a non-member, go to the IQA table at the event to get a ticket before standing in line. Only Judged Show winners will have reserved seating.



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