Thursday, June 2, 2011

Giveaway Day! Over

Update: Congrats to Alli #10!!
You're a winner!
Time for field trip!

Everybody hold hands.
Today,

we're going to




for a guest post.


Lori from & I worked on some quilt blocks &

show an easy technique.


Lori has super cute camera straps

(I love mine...Des, wait til you see it.)


& quilts in her etsy shop.

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For the giveaway today, it will be for some Tombow glue &
other goodies.

To enter the giveaway,


leave a comment here on this post.


Random drawing later tonight.


pssst...


Also today, we're kicking off a

today through Monday


Quilt Taffy.com


Yardage up to 40% off, most are 40% off.

Includes flannels & home dec.

Sale is storewide, not just in the "Sale" category.

Patterns are on sale, most everything is on sale!


We sell most yardage by the 1/2 yard unit, so if you want

one yard -- purchase 2 units, if you want 2 yards purchase -- 4 units, etc...

133 comments:

  1. first up...I'm going to bed but wanted to be lucky #1

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  2. I really want to try this glue!

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  3. The field trip was fun! thanks for the tips and giveaway!

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  4. This glue looks to be a "must-have-glue", and I would love to give it a try :)

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  5. Comments from me!
    A very "sticky" post, I'm in!
    As I am micro piecing lately - 30 pieces on 1 1/2 inch square?!?! - this will com in handy! Would love to give it a try - as none like this is available in sunny Amsterdam =^}

    Love, Irene

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  6. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  7. Sounds really great. Have to see if i can find this glue somewhere here in switzerland. Thanks so much!

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  8. Ooh, I'm off to look at sale fabric!

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  9. I am up for trying new things so thanks for the chance. Linda

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  10. Count me in please!!
    Thanks

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  11. looks great and no mess i am now going to look at fabric !!

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  12. WOOHOOO!! After seeing your post on Stash, this looks fantabulous! I would love to try it! Thank you for the giveaway. I will anxiously await hearing from you telling me that I won. LOL ;)

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  13. Thanks for the chance to win some products.
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  14. As my quilt is on June's banner I feel a special part of the giveaway! Even better if i win! ;-) Thanks for the opportunity!

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  15. Your tutorial over on Stash Manicure made want to try curved piecing again. Last time I tried it I found it a bit frustrating, but I think the glue will make it stress free. Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win.

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  16. Never heard of this glue - will have to definitely look and give it a try! I enjoyed your post at stash manicure.

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  17. This is the first I've heard about Tombo glue. I can't wait to get my hands on some! I usually stay away from curvy blocks because I find them so difficult...this sure seems to do the trick! Blessings to all!

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  18. Yummmm... i love goodies... almost as much as fabric!! Count me in! :-D

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  19. There was no such thing as a field trip when I went to school so I very much enjoyed this trip. I have never heard of this glue before but will have to keep my eyes open the next time I go shopping.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  20. Thanks for a chance. Off to SWQ - see ya!

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  21. Lots of fun things going on over there!

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  22. Her post about the glue was just fantastic! Would love to try it! Excited to go check out your fabulous sale too! :)

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  23. Does this mean I have to stop avoiding curves?

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  24. I'm just getting ready to start my very first machine applique quilt and saw your post at Stash Manicure. Would sure like to try that Tombo glue. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  25. Oh how fun! I would love to win! and I just visited your sales...might have to shop...=)

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  26. You girlies are great!! Enjoy your blog:)

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  27. That glue looks awesome! Would love to try it.

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  28. Who would every believe that glue could be used instead of pins. I love it!!! Thank you for the giveaway and I'm so happy you were on Stash Manicure or I would never have found your blog.

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  29. Of course I will buy some of the glue, but I would love to win it.Draw me , please.

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  30. Thanks for the demo using the glue. it looks like a must have.

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  31. I've been looking at tutorials and videos with quilters using glue, and would love to try some. This would be a nice way to try it out! Thanks for the giveaway. dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  32. I really enjoyed your post over at Stash Manicure. Looks a great way to get around those curves. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

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  33. I have used Elmers washable school glue, but this glue makes me nervous. Does it wash out alright? No discoloration or forcing the fabric to bleed?
    I love Tombow products for scrapbooking. They are wonderful!

    Thanks!
    Amy

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  34. I just finished reading your post at Stash Manicure. I have never tried glue on my quilts so would love to have the chance to try this glue. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  35. Just got here from Stash Manicure...loved your post there and the pictures made everything so clear! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  36. Read about the glue over at Stash. I might have to give that a try. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

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  37. Nice giveaway! I would love to try the glue!

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  38. I would love to try the glue. So many possibilities. I had only thought of applique before.

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  39. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_H6skcNDXxwg/THxUPWDadMI/AAAAAAAADH8/Cqte3pvBN78/S45/pinata-painting.jpg

    I've been using the glue for about 3 years and have never had a problem with it discoloring or fabric bleeding but you might do a test run before starting a big project.

    Lori

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  40. Just discovered you from QuiltJane....I'm so glad I did! I think I'll be back and take a looooong look around! I'd love to enter too, if I may. Great giveaway!
    :O) Wendy B

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  41. I found you on Stash Manicure.. great post! I love that glue.. how cool! We all want to take care of our machines (our babies) and running over pins is not so nice. This looks GREAT!

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  42. I read the post on Stash Manicure - what a great hint with this glue!!! Now, hope I win it, cuz I can't wait to get started. Glad to find you!

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  43. Just read your post at Sew WE Quilt. This glue technique is fabulous! Since starting this journey 3 years ago, I have yet to try curves. Now I won't be afraid!!

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  44. I would LOVE this glue. I think it would help my applique techniques!!

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  45. I never thought to use glue on curved piecing - makes total sense. Also, nebver heard of this glue, so would love to try it. Added your blog to my must read - loved yuor posting on Stashmanicure:) Dee - jessibir@hickorytech.net

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  46. Thanks for your notions tip over at Sew We Quilt! I really want to try some fabric glue but I have been somewhat leery of the feel it leaves on the fabric. I'll be looking for some Tombo glue to try. Thanks for sharing.

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  47. I'm looking for a project to try the gluing method on right now! Thank you for this. It does look easy and fun.

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  48. Would like to try this glue. Others don't work as well after they sit awhile. Then when you really need them they are dried up and won't come out of the bottle. Good demo of the wedding ring block.
    Thanks

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  49. The glue is the next thing on my list to try. May make some of those intimdating projects not so scarry.

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  50. Who would have thought glue would be used in sewing!!! These projects just need the right tools!

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  51. This glue is new to me! May need to look into it. =)
    Thanks for this great site. It's so full info and laughs.

    kimrward@charter.net

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  52. Never heard of this glue, I'd love to try it! Anything to get applique and piecing to stay in place while stitching. It's awful to get a whole piece stitched, only to find it shifted on the bottom and you have to do over -- waaaaah!

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  53. I've had this glue on my shopping list since I saw the tutorial for your nifty double wedding ring blocks. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  54. I would love to give this glue a try. Not quite sure if I'm up for a pickle dish but I'm sure there are many projects that it could be used for.

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  55. This is my first visit to your site - I plan to be back often! Thanks for the chance to win the Tombo glue

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  56. pssssssssssssssst Corrie..where is your glue...the link is empty..? Ok I will try it if I can buy it lol

    I will even hold your hand..x

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  57. I would love to win,because an hour drive to the store isn't fun anymore. But winning...lots of fun. Thanks for the chanch.

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  58. It was fun meeting you both at Market. I would love to be included in your great giveaway. Thanks!

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  59. Seriously - never thought I'd be excited about glue!

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  60. So glad you decided to make that field trip.......and now I'm following you :-)

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  61. wow! that glue looked awesome at Sew we Quilt... id love a chance to win!

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  62. I would love to try this glue...thanks for the giveaway....
    ksergas at gmail dot com

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  63. I'm in! I have been hearing about this glue for awhile and would love to try it out!

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  64. Oops don't know what happened to my comment. ?? Meant to say I would really like to try this glue. Thanks for telling us about it.

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  65. I have been scared to try curved piecing, but I think with the help of this glue I'd love it! Thanks for the tip.

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  66. This glue sounds like a lifesaver, the tutorial made it so easy.

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  67. Here from SewWeQuilt@StashManicure! It's awesome to know that I can now glue and sew sooo much easier!

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  68. OMG...would that glue help me with my Single Girl Pattern? Hope so...

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  69. Really enjoyed your post on Stash today ... now I'm to shop your shop :) Have fun ladies and thank you!!

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  70. Would love to try some of that glue on my projects! Thanks!

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  71. I'm so glad we're holding hands...wouldn't want to get lost! I'm off to check out the sale and links. I love learning about new products because you can never have enough stuff, right?

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  72. Oh, I'll hop on over there and see you at the stash! And a goody giveaway is fun...thanks so much!

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  73. You glued me to the chair, your tutorial's really interesting, thank you for sharing!!!

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  74. I have used Elmer's school glue for years, but I love to try new products. I'll definitely be looking for this new product.

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  75. I love to try new things and would love to win this giveaway.

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  76. Definitely interested in trying this technique

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  77. As have on my list to learn applique this year, would like to try this glue "free". I'm usually hesitant about just buying a product without knowing someone else uses and likes it. Thanks for the chance.

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  78. The glue looks like a "must-have" in any sewing studio! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  79. Thanks for the giveaway. I found this blog via Stash manicure.

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  80. Fun trip and I like the look of that glue for applique always looking for something to make it easier.

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  81. That was a great field trip!

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  82. Great tutorial--makes curved piecing look so easy!!! I might actually be brave enough to try it using the glue. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  83. Awesome! I would love to win, thanks for a chance.

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  84. Looks like awesome glue! Thanks for the giveaway chance! :)

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  85. Great tutorial at Stash Manicure. I really must get some of this glue and try some curved piecing.

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  86. Neat giveaway!
    Thanks for sharing!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  87. I am stuck on that glue!!

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  88. A giveaway and a sale. Your making my heart go pitter pat. Thanks for being so generous, I need to go shopping now. Bye! ;>

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  89. Exciting! Thank you for having the giveaway!

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  90. Wow! What a great combination from one of my favorite sellers.

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  91. This glue looks interesting plus a sale, neat-o!

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  92. Great tutorial at Sew We Quilt - would love to try this glue. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  93. I love Lori's camera straps! I've never heard of Tombo glue. I'm always excited to try new products and share with my guild.
    Carla
    handcartquilts@aol.com

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  94. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  95. I saw your post over on Stash Manicure. The glue looks like a great way to piece. Pins are such a pain! Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  96. I read your Stash Manicure post, and that glue looks awesome. I will have to try it for my Double Wedding Ring Project.

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  97. I am impressed with that glue, I am going to have to get some and try it, great post on Stash Manicure. We are always looking for an easier way of doing things.

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  98. Loved the tutorial over on Stash Manicure. I really want to give this a try!

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  99. Love the tutorial on Stash Manicure! I would love to try this method.

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  100. I would love to try this glue!!

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  101. Loved your tutorial and I would love some of that glue. I went to your website but it reads 0 left. Maybe I'll get lucky and win a bottle. Thanks for the chance.

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  102. Great insights. I'd definitely like to win a bottle of this amazing glue. Thank you for the opportunity.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  103. Saw you over at Stash Manicure. Looks like a good idea to hold the fabrics in place.

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  104. Popped over to visit after reading the great tip for sewing curves at Stash Manicure.

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  105. Great article over at Stash Manicure. This glue looks wonderful.

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  106. Would love to try some glue. Now off to read your guest post

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  107. Enjoyed your post at Stash Manicure. That glue looks too good to be true. Can't wait to try it.

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  108. Love the block made with the glue. It worked so well, got to try it!

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  109. Found your blog via Stash Manicure --- I'll be back to visit.
    quiltschon@att.net

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  110. What a great trip. Wow the glue looks fantastic. Thanks so much for the opportunity to enter the giveaway!!!


    Ann Flowers
    flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

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  111. Read you on stash manicure. The glue looks like a great idea for curves. Thanks for sharing. Selina

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  112. I read your post at Stash Manicure and would love to try this glue. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  113. Just read your post on Stash Manicure. That glue is amazing! I
    Curves make me nervous (can't seem to get them right). But this glue might be my problem solver. Amazing!

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  114. Wahoo! This would be great to try this glue!

    my email is painting4him@rochester.rr.com

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  115. Oh, I'd love to try that glue on some upcoming projects!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  116. I think it's like cheating, but I am ready to start my first curved quilting project. Thanks for the tip.

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  117. I'd love to give a try to the glue, I see it works incredibly!!!!!
    Melba
    melbaks(at)yahoo.com

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  118. I would love to try the glue... Thanks for sharing

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  119. Awesome idea and tute!! This may give me the confidence to try curved piecing. Cheers, Dianne

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  120. Oh, I hope I'm not too late to be included. I need to start reading these blogs before midnight.

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  121. Wonderful pattern, great tip. I have really got to get my hands on a bottle of that glue.

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