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185. SCATTERED CIRCLES TEXTURED TABLE RUNNER
WHATMAN
BSS: 6; 7; 1.5yds double-sided fusible web (like
Misty Fuse or Wonder Under). Fabric: ½yd
cream/tan tone-on-tone or batik background.
186. EXPLORING SHIVA PAINTSTIKS
H. THOMAS
BSS: 29; 32; four or five Shiva paintstiks in a
variety of colors; a stencil brush for each paintstik
in sizes Kin to 1in. All available for purchase
in class.
Tuesday & Wednesday
OCTOBER 28 & 29
TWO-DAY CLASS
200. PAINTED QUILT ART—STEP-BY-STEP
BLAIR
BSS: 6; 7; 18; 30; sm amount painter’s tape; few
paper towels; ink and markers you already own
and wish to bring (opt). Fabric: FQ of white
scrap (opt).
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211. FIFTEEN SHADES OF GRAY PORTRAIT QUILT
BRUNNER
212. PAINTING IMAGES WITH DYES
ANGOTTI
BSS: 9; 11; 31.
AUSTIN
BSS: 11; 13; 15; 18; 22; 24 (18mm); 25 (sm);
28; 29; 30; 32. Fabric: 9in x 11in black cotton.
213. CRYSTAL STAR
COMBS
CRAIG
215. A FINE LINE—CREATING THE QUILTING DESIGN
CRUST
CULEA
BSS: 15; 16; 17; 18; 32; black, red, and brown sz
0.005 or 0.01 permanent pens; white gel pen;
four paint brushes in szs 1 & 8 round, szs 4 & 10
flat; container for water.
217. DYE, PAINT, & PRINT ON SILK
D. BROWN
BSS: 9.
BULA
BSS: 6; 7; 9; 11 (lg straight pins); 12 (a few sz 8);
13; 22; 28; 30; 31; ruler; white chalk pencil;
quilting gloves; 18in x 36in low loft cotton
batting. Fabric: 1yd black for background and
backing for flowers.
ECKLEY
BSS: 32.
218. CRAZY BEADING
210. UNDERCOVER IN HOUSTON XV
CHATELAIN
BSS: 17 (Prismacolor); 18; 21; two or three 18in
x 20in drawings or designs (also avail in class to
choose from); white synthetic round brushes (sz
0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12); black magic marker; six
plastic teaspoons; rubber gloves; one empty film
vial with lid; paper towels; one 2gal Ziploc; four
white plastic trashbags. Note: Instructor will have
enough brushes avail for sale for all students who
prefer to buy them directly from her. These
brushes will be specific to the type of work you
will be learning.
216. FACING FACES
ALL -DAY CLASSES
209. RENEGADE THREAD PLAY
CEESAY
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 4; 6; 7; 8; 9; 11; 12; 13; 15; 16; 22;
23; 24; 25 (6in x 24in); 26 (42in x 45in); 30;
31; masking tape; glitter, rhinestones, and glue
(opt); ½yd batting; Nyd Pellon Wonder Under.
Fabric: sixteen 3.5in sqs in variety of grays; one
3.5in sq white; three ¼yd pcs coordinating batiks.
BSS: 18; unfinished quilt top.
BSS: 15; 16; 18.
208. QUILTER’S PLAYTIME
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BSS: 6; 11; addnl treasured hankies of your own
(opt).
LONGARM CLASS
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ALL-DAY
207. VALUE-ABLE
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214. HANKY SAMPLER
OCTOBER 28
206. LET ME SURPRISE YOU!
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BSS: 3; 11; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (6in x 12in
and 1in x 6in); 26 (1yd flannel); 31.
Tuesday
205. TWIRLY WHIRLY FEATHERS—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
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BSS: 7; 8; 11; 22; non-segmented white
class/ceramic plate, Cool Whip lid, or Velux
beading cloth; glasses if needed for handwork
(opt). Construct a 10in x 12in Crazy quilt block
using cottons or fancy fabric onto muslin base.
Segments should be rather large (min 5in x 3in)
as beading takes up more space than floss. Use
solids or tone-on-tones for most segments. Alternately, bring 12in sq muslin or cotton to bead
on as a sampler.
CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 11; 22; 23; 24 (see supply list); 25 (see
supply list); 31. Supply list will be posted on
www.debbiescreativemoments.com by Sept. 15.
219. FABRIC SCRAP FREE-MOTION QUILTING
ENDO
BSS: 5; 6; 11; 12; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med);
31; asst threads of 40wt polyester and metallic;
yarn; cord; ribbon; quilting gloves (opt); ½yd
batting. Fabric: scraps of solids, prints, and
stripes in diff values and textures; ½yd black
solid; ½yd backing; 1yd black soft tulle.
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220. MATCHMAKER
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BSS: 3; 9; 11; 23; 24 (18in x 22in); 25 (6in x
18in); 26 (30in sq); 31. Fabric: 18in x 22in
accent fabric; eight 5.5in x 40in asst strips;
½yd background.
221. DOUBLE WEDDING RING
FLYNN
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 23; 24 (9in x 12in); 25 (6in x
12in); 31.
222. TUMBLING STARS
FORSTER
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 16; 23 (45mm); 24 (18in x
24in); 25 (24in x 6in); 26 (48in sq). Fabric:
min twelve 4in x WOF light strips; min twelve
4in x WOF med/dk strips.
223. BEAUTIFUL BINDINGS
FROST
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 30; 31.
224. COLLAGE CLASS—CONFETTI HORSE
HEINE
BSS: 6; 7; 22; med tip black Sharpie; appliqué
pressing sheet; 5yds Steam-a-Seam² (instructor
will have some if you can’t find it). Fabric: eight
to ten FQs of lg scale florals in variety of colors to
supplement the kit.
225. KATHLEEN WHEELS
HELLABY
BSS: 3; 7; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (12in x 17in);
25 (6in x 18in); fabric marking pen/pencil.
Fabric for 48in sq quilt: one Layer Cake or thirty
10in sqs; 3yds background—cut twenty-five 10in
sqs for class.
226. WEAVE CHUNKY
IMPELLIZZERI
BSS: 7; 18; 22; sm flat head screw driver; tape
measure; needle nose pliers; clothespins with
spring; old bath towel; sand paper.
227. APPLIQUÉ TIPS & TECHNIQUES
KANSIER
BSS: 1; 2; 3; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 13; 16; 22; 23
(45mm); 24 (sm); 25 (6in x 12in); 27; 30; 31;
Perfect Circles by Karen Kay Buckley (avail for sale
in class); ¼in and ½in Clover Bias Tape Makers;
white and gray fabric marking pencils (suggest
Bohin Pen with interchangeable lead and chalk);
black and brown fine tip Micron pens.
228. EQ7—LET’S START AT THE VERY BEGINNING
KRANZ
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class
(To be sure, log onto computer you will be using
in class and open EQ7 a few days before arriving
at the convention center); power supply for
laptop; external mouse compatible with laptop;
mouse pad; spare battery if mouse is wireless;
EQ7 user manual (opt). Alternative: For students without EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with instructor ([email protected]), the
instructor will provide EQ7 with limited timeuse license to load into the student’s personal
laptop. Loading of the program must take place
prior to the beginning of the class so class time is
not interrupted.
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229. EMBELLISHMENTS GALORE
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MONTANO
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 11; 13; 14; 18; 22; 30; variety
pack of needles; 6in see-thru ruler; white Chako
marker or white pencil; water erasable pen.
230. NEEDLESTARS ©
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231. MACHINE APPLIQUÉ MASTERCLASS
BSS: 18.
232. FLOWER GARDEN BORDERS—
MACHINE APPLIQUÉ TECHNIQUES
NICKELS
BSS: 1 (hand); 7; 8; 11; 22; Schmetz Microtex
sharp needles 80/12; spray starch (Best Press,
Niagara, or Faultless original weight); fabric
marking pencil; sm tweezers; circle template (if
you have); cotton thread (40/3, 50/3) in colors
to coordinate with appliqué fabric (suggest
Mettler 50/3 and King Tut Tone on Tones by
Sue Nickels 40/3). Fabric: 100% cotton (prewash and press); 10in x 32in starched background; 10in sq starched practice background;
eight to ten asst FQs of colors for floral appliqué;
1in x 30in bias vine fabric.
233. FOLK ART APPLIQUÉ USING WOOL FELT
REGONE
BSS: 6; 7; 10; 11; 13; 1in wide blue painter’s tape.
234. SHORT AND “SWEET” THREAD TIPS
AND TRICKS
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BURTON
WHATMAN
H. THOMAS
BSS: 18.
261. PEPPERMINT EMBROIDERY
262. HAND & MACHINE APPLIQUÉ
243. FABRIC ORCHID BROOCHES SAMPLER
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BACON
BSS: 18.
CREUS
BUCKLEY
BSS: 18.
BSS: 1; 3; 6; glue gun and sticks; strong thread
in neutral gray.
263. CAMELIA GIGANTUS BROOCH
244. WORKING IN A SERIES
BSS: 6; 7; 11; pencil; glue gun and glue sticks;
pink hand quilting thread; needle; transfer
(carbon) paper for fabric.
DUNNEWOLD
BSS: 18; 21.
245. MODERN BENTO BLOCK PARTY
LOVE
BSS: 3; 9; 18; 23; 24 (9in x 12in); 25 (6in x
12in); 31. Fabric: twelve diff WOF strips each in
the following sizes: 1.5in, 2in, 2.5in, 3.5in.
Coordinate your fabrics with theme posted here
in September http://bit.ly/LBSMBB
246. SAILOR’S DELIGHT
MARTIN
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 8in x 12in);
25 (min 12in); 31. Fabric: 5/8yd background;
¼yd sm star point; ¼yd med star point; ¼yd of
one or two fabrics for center star points; FQ or
Lyd for setting triangles (opt). Note: All star
points should contrast well with background.
247. SEVEN SISTERS SIMPLIFIED—
NO “Y” SEAMS
MICHELL
BSS: 23; 24 (min 12in x 18in); 25 (3in x 18in);
31. Fabric: two contrasting FQs (bring several
and decide in class).
235. PARTY POPPERS
BSS: 6; 7; 32. Fabric: FQ of cream tone-ontone, batik, or hand-dyed.
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AFTERNOON CLASSES
BSS: 32; ¾in or 1in wide masking or blue
painter’s tape. Fabric: min of eight 12in to 14in
pre-washed sqs (cotton, silk, or synthetic) with at
least six dk and two light color—can be solid,
hand-dyed, or subtle tone-on-tone.
236. DAFFODIL ART QUILT
V
LONGARM CLASS
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AF TERNOON SESSION
BSS: 7; 14 (approx 10in x 16in); 15; 16; 18.
242. BORDERS, BATTING, AND BINDING—
THE 3 B S FOR BEGINNERS
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FREEHAND WITH LINDA V. TAYLOR—
LONGARM HANDS-ON
MORNING CLASSES
241. BORDERS BY DESIGN
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BSS: 32.
248. WONDERFUL WORLD OF PAINTSTIKS
D. THOMAS
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252. BRUSH STROKES ON FABRIC
BSS: 18.
BSS: 9; 11; 16; 22; 23; 24 (12in x 18in); 25 (6in
x 12in); 27; 31; 12in square ruler; Omnigrip
On-Point Ruler. Fabric: for each pair of blocks
you need—9in x 12in of each dk print and med
print in same color family; 9in x 21in accent
print; 12in sq of light background print.
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240. BEEGINNING—QUILTING MACHINE
L. TAYLOR
BASICS FOR “NEWBEES, WANTABEES, &
MAYBEES”—LONGARM HANDS-ON
BSS: 18.
BSS: 1 (hand and machine); 4; 6; 7; 8; 11; 15;
16; 18; 22; 23 (45mm); 24 (med); 25 (12in);
28; 40wt rayon or polyester threads for satin
stitch; tear-away stabilizer; sm pc Steam-ASeam². Fabric: ¾yd 100% cotton plain background fabric; sm selection FQs and scraps to
contrast with background, including some batiks.
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BSS: 6; 7; 11; 15; 16; 18; 22; 23 (28mm); 24
(12in x 18in); 25 (12in); 31; black thread. (Note:
Fabric A is provided in kit.) Fabric B: six diff
¼yd pcs of luminous, allover, reads-like-solids
patterns that contrast sharply with Fabric A.
Bring bright, outrageous colors, wacky stripes, or
dots. Fabric C: two diff ½yd pcs saturated dk or
black reads-like-solid allover for background.
Fabric avail for sale in class.
NAYLOR
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249. DESIGNING A BUSINESS
MURRAY
RILEY & PACKHAM
BSS: 18.
250. BASIC ZENTANGLES ®
N. SMITH
BSS: 18.
CREUS
264. FABRICATE FASHION WITH SILK SHIBORI RIBBON
DOLCE
BSS: 1; 6; 11; 18.
265. IMPROVISATIONAL SCREEN PRINTING
DUNNEWOLD
BSS: 18.
266. FABRIC BEADS
FAIRES
BSS: 6; 22; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm); 32; 6in sq or
round Tupperware-like container with lid that is
2-4in deep; disposable rubber gloves (opt).
267. FABULOUS FABRIC BASKETS
HALL
BSS: 4; 5 (30-40wt); 11; 23; 24 (sm); 25 (sm);
31; stiletto or pointed tool (helpful); fifty feet of
3/16in to 7/32in wide clothesline rope (can be cotton or cotton with polyester core but not 100%
nylon or polyester). Variegated thread works well,
both sewing weight and heavier (quilting). Fabric:
twelve to fifteen yds total of 1.25in wide strips of
scraps or coordinated. Jelly Roll strips split nicely
down the middle. Batik or tightly woven fabrics
work best. Before class, stitch strips together,
sewing seams at angle and pressing open to
reduce bulk.
268. A TISKET, A TASKET, A NEW PROJECT BASKET
LOVE
BSS: 4; 6; 9; 11; 23; 24 (18in x 24in); 25 (6in
x 24in); 31; eight ½in buttons; skein embroidery
floss. Fabric: ½yd med weight corduroy for exterior; ¾yd cotton print lining; ¼yd cotton stripe
for binding.
269. SERENDIPITY—NO FEAR PAPER-PIECING MARTIN
251. T FOR TEXAS
SOLOMON
BSS: 3; 18; 22; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (8in sq
and med rectangular); 31.
S5
BSS: 3; 6; 7; 11; 22; 23; 24 (min 8in x 12in);
25 (min 12in); 31. Fabric for four 12in blocks:
1yd background; Kyd each of two contrasting
pcs for long points; ¼yd each of two pcs for
secondary points. Note: fabrics for points should
contrast well with background.
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BSS: 18.
271. ZENTANGLES ® —BEYOND THE BASICS
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309. INTRODUCTION TO FABRIC PAINTING BUZZALINO
BSS: 15; 16; 18; 32; water container (soup or
vegetable can); three or four lg Styrofoam plates;
paper towels; old toothbrush.
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320. JELLY ROLL STAR—
A STUNNING QUILT IN ONE DAY
See 118 on Monday for supply list.
321. SUNSHINE & SHADOW—THE EASY WAY
BSS: 7.
310. PAINTED DESERT STARS
272. DESIGN 40 NEW BLOCKS FOR YOUR
EQ7 BLOCK LIBRARY
VLACK
BSS: 18. Laptop computer with EQ7 installed,
activated, and validated prior to coming to class
(To be sure, log onto computer you will be using
in class and open EQ7 a few days before arriving
at the convention center); power supply for
laptop; external mouse compatible with laptop;
mouse pad. Alternative: For students without
EQ7, with prior e-mail arrangement with
instructor ([email protected]), the instructor
will provide EQ7 with limited time-use license
to load into the student’s personal laptop.
Loading of the program must take place prior
to the beginning of the class so class time is
not interrupted.
273. SILK FANTASY FLOWERS
H. THOMAS
BSS: 7; 8; 10.
CAFFREY
BSS: 3; 11; 22; 23; 24 (see supply list);
25 (see supply list); 26 (crib sz, opt); 31.
Complete supply list will be posted on
www.debbiescreativemoments.com by
September 15.
311. LET’S TALK QUILTING
COMBS
BSS: 3; 9; 11; 16; 23 (med); 24 (med); 25 (1in x
6in & 6in x 12in); 26 (1yd flannel or thin cotton
batting); 31.
323. COMBINE LOG CABIN & PATCHWORK BLOCKS
GLOVER
312.
PATCHWORK ILLUSIONS
313. SEWING TRINKET BOX
CRAIG
BSS: 6.
314. SHIBORI MANDALA MAGIC
315. MIX COLORS LIKE A PRO
OCTOBER 29 & 30
NINE-HOUR CLASS
300. LUSCIOUS LAYERS—
COLBURN
DYE, APPLIQUÉ, AND STITCH A TINY MASTERPIECE
DOLCE
DUNNEWOLD
BSS: 7; 11; 13; 18; 28; 29; 32; 9in x 12in pad of
white cold-pressed watercolor paper; fine-tipped
pointed round brush and flat watercolor brush
approx ½in wide; addnl brushes (opt); 1in roll
blue painter’s tape; 8in x 10in or 9in x 12in flat
pc of plexiglass.
BSS: 4; 6; 7; 11; 22; 31; 32, sm sharp scissors.
316. SILKSCREENING
Wednesday
ECKLEY
BSS: 32.
OCTOBER 29
317. BEADED DRAGONFLY AND BEADED SASHIKO EHA
ALL -DAY CLASSES
BSS: 7; 8; 11; 22; 6in to 7in hoop; non-segmented white glass/ceramic plate, Cool Whip lid,
or Velux beading cloth; glasses if needed for
handwork (opt). Bring a finished or unfinished
cotton or silk block or art quilt. (Finished means
pc is quilted through three layers and binding has
been added) If block or art quilt is unfinished,
hand baste to flannel or thin cotton batting (no
polyester, wool, or other non-cotton batting) in
a 3in grid without backing. Cut the flannel/batting 2in longer and wider than top, then center
the cotton/silk top right side up on the batting so
1in of batting shows on all sides. Baste as if
preparing for machine quilting. For best visibility, use light or med value fabric beneath the
dragonfly. Limit project sz to 3sq ft or smaller.
305. LET ME SURPRISE YOU! M O R E !
ANGOTTI
BSS: 9; 11; 31.
306. SHEERLY FACES
AUSTIN
BSS: 13; 15; 18; 23 (18mm); 24; 28 (doublesided removable tape); 29; 30. Fabric: ½yd
white cotton.
307. KANSAS ROSE
BUCKLEY
BSS: 1; 3; 6; 7; 11; 16; 22; 27; 30; fabric markers to trace templates on fabric; sz 80/20 sewing
machine needles; stapler; staple remover; emery
board; clear monofilament or polyester thread
like YLI 0.004 (avail for sale in class).
308. FABULOUS FUSIBLE FLOWERS—CLEMATIS
BULA
BSS: 6; 7; 11 (large head); 13; 22; 28; 30;
stiletto or tweezers (to help move sm pcs
around); 3yds extra fusible web to complete your
quilt top (Steam-A-Seam², Pellon Easy Fuse 2 or
Misty Fuse); 21in x 27in pressing sheet (i.e. Fat
Goddess by Misty Fuse) or parchment paper.
Fabric: 1yd dk background.
GARBER
BSS: 6; 15; 16; 17; flexible curve (avail in class);
freezer paper (roll or enough for two 17in x 24in
sheets); drafting compass (avail for purchase in
class); light colored masking tape.
See 111 on Monday for supply list.
BSS: 6; 9; 18; 31; 32.
Wednesday & Thursday
FROST
BSS: 3; 6; 9; 11; 23 (45mm); 24 (12in x 18in);
25 (6in x 12in plus 4in x 8in or 6in sq); 31. Fabric: five ¼yd pcs lighter to darker; Jyd accent
border; Oyd outer border.
322. TRANSITIONS—
FROM TRADITION TO ART QUILT
CHATELAIN
FORSTER
318. SILK FIBER ELEGANCE
ENDO
BSS: 6; 11; 22; 23; 24 (med); 31; 32; old towels.
319. CONTEMPORARY CRAZY QUILTING BY MACHINE
FAIRES
BSS: 1 (sz 90 machine Topstitch); 4 (dk); 6; 8;
11; 22; 23; 24 (med); 25 (med); 31; few favorite
decorative threads or trims (opt).
S6
BSS: 6; 11; 23; 24 (med); 25 (3in x 18in & 6in
sq). Fabric: fourteen to sixteen FQs from three
or four color families you like together. Select
some for varied scale of designs or visual texture,
others for subtle patterns and solid-like that
blend or provide contrast. Vary tones and
shades—very few lights, mostly meds and dks
within each color family. Avoid lg scale, highcontrast fabrics.
324. FRESH PINEAPPLE POSSIBILITIES
HALL
BSS: 3; 6; 11; 15; 16; 17 (opt); 22; 23; 24 (sm);
25 (sm); 31. Fabric: max 3yds total from scraps,
strips, gradated hand-dyes or four to six pcs
(light-med-dk) coordinated with a focus fabric.
325. GEESE IN A STORM
HELLABY
BSS: 1; 4; 8; 10; 11; 22; 23 (med); 24 (17in x
24in); 25 (6in x 24in and min 6in rotary cutting
sq); 31. Fabric: 2yds blue cotton background;
½yd each four white/cream cottons for Geese.
326. INSPIRED TO STITCH
HOLLAND
BSS: 6; 12; 23; 24 (12in x 25in); 25 (12in x
6.5in); portable light box, if possible; 1yd sq thin
cotton batting; spools of 50wt thread in the following colors: light blue, sky blue, bright orange,
citrus green, light and dk purple, and red. Fabric: FQ each of three or four complementary
plain fabrics (to piece the background); Fat J
red; Fat J orange (Cherrywood recommended
for colored areas of quilt); 1yd sq backing; 25in x
6in pc embroidery or complementary fabric that
tells a story for bottom of quilt (opt).
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