Thursday, October 18, 2012

psst....feeling the cold... well let's do something about that ....



                            Our dear friends at Connecting Threads 
want YOU to feel the WARMTH!  
SEW they thought what better way to keep you warm this winter
then with some BRAND NEW Flannel.... 
Yes 2 of you will win fat quarters of all this collection...

SEW 2 of YOU will be nice and cozy and warm this winter....

This just was released early this week.....







Now tell me what would you make with this...?
HOW will you keep warm this winter...???


Winner will be announced on MONDAY...
Fabric collection will be coming directly from Connecting Threads...


I am all about WARMTH, can you feel it?

Good Luck Everyone...

( think I better get dressed now) 


  OHHHHHH and look if you are looking for JILLS 
new book, if you don't win....

                                             !Jill's Home Sweet Quilt is on sale here!

223 comments:

  1. Lovely fabric....I'd make a lap blanket for the house. And since I live pretty far North I have a little fireplace I snuggle in front of on the really cold days.

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  2. There is something homey and cozy about flannels. I would sew a wonderful long full size scarf with pockets to wrap around my cold back, shoulders and neck. Those blues are dreamy! Thank you for being so generous...

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  3. Oh, I'd have to make a snuggle quilt for watching football with the hubs (well, he watches). :)

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  4. Love me some flannel!! I would make my hubby a new couch throw so he would stay all warm and toasty this winter! I made him a flannel throw a few years ago but he has spilled chocolate ice cream on it so many times and it has had to be washed so much, that it has shrunk and now his toes stick out! :)

    So as you can see, I really need to win so his toes can be warm once again. :)

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  5. This line looks manly, so I'd make a quilt for my hubby. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  6. CT has great flannels - have used them mostly for backing, but this bundle would make a great man's quilt using the '5-minute block' (one seam geese).

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  7. I love flannel, almost as much as cotton. I make baby receiving blankets with my flannel but I have been designing a warm flannel quilt for winter nights.

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  8. Something warm and cuddly for ME! LOL! I love the colors and flannel is just yummy!

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  9. A warm, snuggly quilt for our living room sofa for all to enjoy. Thank you!

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  10. A throw for sure,love to snuggle under one in evenings while doing hand sewing or knitting. Plus my cat loves them too. Thanks so much a great giveaway.

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  11. These will become a new quilt for snuggling under on the sofa for those cold MN nights! Love these beautiful collections.
    Thanks!

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  12. I love flannel for the backs of quilts, lovely and warm and a nice print surprise if you turn it over.

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  13. That flannel looks so warm and cozy. For sure I'd make a lap quilt to snuggle up with on cold evenings. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  14. Hi!!! That is a lot of fabric!!! It does look all warm and cozy!!! I would make a quilt and a double sided flannel would be wonderful!!! Thanks for all the fun!!!!

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  15. Such beautiful fabric. I would make a cozy lap quilt : )

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  16. I would sew my sweet hubby a quilt. He would love the colors!

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  17. At this time of the year here in NZ we are just warming up but I could sure use those flannels to make a lap quilt for our next winter - I may even have time to finish it by then!!

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  18. I think I would make a quilt for the sofa. I keep my home fairly cool in the winter and a quilt is a necessity!

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  19. I would make a big cozy quilt for the couch - something I can snuggle under with the kids for movie night :)
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  20. I'd make a rag edge quilt for sure! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  21. I would make my son a quilt.. i have been wanting to do this for a long time.

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  22. Ooooohhh..I would make a flannel log cabin quilt...yummy and warm!

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  23. I think I just might make a funky patchwork nighty to keep warm with this winter, or maybe sleep pants and then there is always a cozy warm quilt to curl up with...
    thanks for the chance to win this cozy fabric
    in stitches

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  24. Those would make a perfect quilt for my skinny little hubby who is always cold. He'd love to wrap up in it to read at night.

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  25. Yummy fabric! Since I can stay nice and warm, I think I would make some throws for a homeless shelter. They are always in need of winter things.

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  26. I'd make a cozy quilt for curling up under when watching tv. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  27. Warm scarves, slippers, pillow covers~ I could make lots of things with such cozy flannels. Thanks for the chance!

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  28. It definitely calls for a quilt... or maybe some hot water bottles covers to give as Christmas gifts? hmmm too much to think about if I win, thanks for the chance.

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  29. Ooh I love Connecting Threads! I'm always over there for something or other and feel obligated to spend enough for free shipping-what a hardship! I think I'd make a lap quilt for my bestie..I always freeze my nips off when I visit her house in the winter!

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  30. wellllll, i live in hawaii, so i'll be warm this winter, BUT i'm traveling home to the east coast for the holidays so some slippers would be fabulous! :)

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  31. Perfect! I'm a huge fan of Collecting Threads; I buy most of my fabric and all of my thread from them. Hubby's been wanting me to make a lap quilt for him, and this collection would be a good choice. I have a feeling this winter's going to be a cold one, so fingers crossed!

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  32. Oh I would make a beautiful log cabin snugly lap quilt with those beautiful flannels.

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  33. I would make a quilt for my son...love the colors and patterns! :)

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  34. I love flannel. I back all my quilts with the stuff (for extra comfort). Love the feel of it, during quilting and when finished! I would make a quilt to snuggle up under..... and then enjoy it a lot!

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  35. I love flannel. I think I'd make a lap quilt. Winter is coming. We had a mild, mild winter last year. So maybe we will have snow and cold weather this year. So much fun to sew and then snuggle under it. Note to self - remember to clean sewing machine more often when sewing flannel. Thank you and Connecting Threads for the awesome giveaways.

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  36. Those cozy fabrics are perfect for a living room lap quilt, then I would use my scraps for a table runner. The fabrics have great texture and color. Can't wait to see it up close. Thank you for this blog.

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  37. I would make a quilt for my grandson, he is eight now and wants something more masculine then novelity

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  38. I will make a larger lap quilt that covers me up from my toes to my neck, so I'm cosy watching TV during the colder nights. Thanks

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  39. Love that Big Sky and see a beautiful lap quilt to make for the man in my life! He's a big one, so it would have to be more like a twin size!! But I'm away all winter, so he needs something to snuggle up with during my absence while he's watching......hours upon hours upon hours of......football.

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  40. I would make a snuggly quilt for my sweet daughter who is moving to the cold mountains of ash ills, north Carolina. Thank you for the chance.

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  41. I think it would make a great couch blanket for watching football on tv this winter.

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  42. I'd make some cosy patchwork scarves for my children, they would be delicious! thanks for the giveaway

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  43. Those flannels are so yummy! I would definitely make a cuddle quilt for the cold Nova Scotian winters! Thanks for the chance!

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  44. I would make a throw for the couch in the family room. Along with a nice fire in the wood stove, I would be nice and toasty!

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  45. Those fabrics would make a great masculine quilt. Perfect for those male family members who aren't fans of flowery quilts.

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  46. The colour and pattern range shout out"quilt me" but I like to think outside the box and maybe there is a full length robe in there, I made one for my sister ( she feels the cold ) last year and she practically lives in it.

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  47. Samm this reminds me so much of Colorado and our trips there every year - flannel is exactly what I want to cuddle up with during those cold nights. I think these would be wonderful in the stacked bricks pattern! blessings, marlene

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  48. Oh I would make me a cozy flannel rag quilt for curling up in front of the camp fire! :D

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  49. I would make two little boy quilts. How yummy this fabric looks. I can almost feel it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  50. A lap quilt would be just the thing! Thanks!

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  51. You can just feel the warmth of the throw that I would make with these fat quarters. I love the blues in the second picture. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  52. I would make a snugly, cuddly, gorgeous quilt of course. I would add some kitty appliques to it also for my furry buddies. Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome assortment of flannels. (here in the South we don't usually get any flannel in the stores.)

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  53. I would make a beautiful cozy quilt!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  54. Mmmm a flannel quilt would be wonderful to snuggle under as the weather turns colder - and I could save on the heating bills! I always use quilts to help stay warm in the winter and this one will not be an exception.

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  55. Like many others have said, I'd make a snuggly lap quilt. I've never made a flannel quilt and I'm not sure why. It's so soft and warm.... perfect for Indiana nights. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  56. I think these flannels would make a lovely throw for a Christmas present.

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  57. The first thing that came to mind was those heating pads that are filled with lavender and rice and essential oils that you can put on your neck, on your tummy etc. I've even had ones that are shaped like teddy bears where you take the rice pack out of a velcro section in their backs. Those were my favorite!! They were great for the kids when they were not feeling well. I don't have that little fella anymore as I got rid of it with the daycare things when I closed my daycare, and now I wish I had him back so I could copy the pattern.

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  58. I would make a throw for my 12-year-old son. He is getting more manly, but still loves soft and snuggly things, so this would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  59. I would make a throw for my couch - my husband says he is tired of all of our 'girly' blankets. :)

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  60. I need a new throw for winter snuggling.

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  61. I have a brand new nephew coming in December so I think I would use this flannel in a baby quilt for him.

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  62. Oh Madame; I see lounge pants
    for my little grandsons....or maybe a rag quilt???? oops did I say that??????

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  63. A flannel quilt with thick batting to curl up under! Love the flannel - thanks.

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  64. I don't like to work in flannels, but I love ct fabric, just looked, they have some fabric sales... hmm
    I stay warm in my quilt room by a little portable heater from costco...

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  65. I would make a cuddly up quilt for the couch - one does get chilly on winter nights watching tv and those fabrics look perfect for that.

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  66. I love working with flannels. I would have to make a Turning Twenty with those fat quarters. Beautiful fabric! I keep warm in the winter with quilts! Who doesn't? lol

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  67. Connecting Threads is amazing and I love this line of fabric. The colors are perfect for my family room. Not sure what pattern I would use but I know I would find one pretty fast if this fabric ended up on my door step. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  68. Love the colors especially the Big Sky Lodge, need winter/fall quilts especially for the living room.

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  69. Oh... lap quilts for everyone in my life who needs something snuggly! Thank you!!

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  70. Oh... lap quilts for everyone in my life who needs something snuggly! Thank you!!

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  71. Beautiful! I am loving flannel lately. It reminds me of fishing lodges and northern Michigan. I'm working on a rustic applique throw for my brother's cottage that has a lot of flannel in it, and I like it so much that I plan to make some kind of flannel quilt for my little grandson. Flannel seems more 'manly' to me than the other cottons, and I want to make something that he won't outgrow now that he's becoming a big boy. These fabrics would work beautifully with either project. :)

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  72. Ohhhhh..those fabrics would make a wonderful lap quilt to snuggle under through the long Maine winter!

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  73. We just bought a new sofa and I would love to make a new couch throw! Perfect colors too!
    Evin5 at aol dot com

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  74. Oh I think that many lap quilts are needed for the family to sit around and watching TV in our jammies on a cold winter's day.;-)

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  75. those cozy flannels would be perfect for a quilt to go into the tear drop trailer my husband built (100% handmade by him.)

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  76. Should I be one of the lucky two selected, the fabric would be pieced together in a quilt, with love and hope, for my son, as he was just recently diagnosed with Hodgkins disease. The flannel would provide the
    hugs and warmth to comfort him through his chemo appointments. I am not able to be with him at all the
    appointments ,as distance is a factor, but these would surely be the ticket for my single, young man who
    has a long journey to over come, with this unfortunate bout with cancer. Not to mention giving a very
    sad Mom, something to keep her mind occupied with, quilting time. Thanks for hosting the giveaway, and
    good luck to everyone.

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  77. Well besides working on my own stuff ... I am a pretty good binder so I have been bringing charity quilts from guild (3 or 4) a month home to donthe.binding. several guild members thinkni am nuts! But I love it!

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  78. Flannels make get warm and cozy quilts! I would love to make a quilt with those lovely flannels if I should be the lucky winner. I will keep warm with a quilt and a cuppa joe! Thanks!

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  79. These would make a great quilt to snuggle under! I'm picturing nine patch blocks alternating with simple applique shapes like bears and pine trees!

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  80. That fabric is beautiful!!! I would make a quilt to snuggle with that would be backed with minky so it would be perfectly cozy on both sides.

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  81. I would make a raggy quilt with a light batting for extra warmth. It gets really cold in Colorado. Love the fabrics.

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    1. Ohhh I note the cold of Colorado but the warm hearts of their quilters...best of luck

      Phylllis you are a no reply blogger..perhaps you can leave an email because if you win....we would like to get a hold of you

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  82. Awesome flannel! I would make a lap quilt for my kids to cuddle with. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  83. I am currently working on a flannel lap quilt for myself, about 64x70, wouldn't my husband love it if I won this and made him one also? Thanks for the opportunity! Toni

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  84. I know exactly what to make with this. My husband is on some pretty rotten meds right now and the most awful of his side-effects is itching. Everything that touches his skin makes him itch, except for flannel. A quilt for him would be dreamy--literally. He could sleep without the itching waking him (and me) up!!!

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  85. Oooo yummy fabrics! I would make the quilt I have the pattern for from Buggy Barn for my hubster & I to cuddle under this fall/winter!
    Thank you for the chance to get cosy :)

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  86. Hi there.

    Well, well, I would made a beautiful quilt for see the tv, with coffee, with these fabrics you can imagine many, many things.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    Ale
    Costa Rica

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  87. I've never used flannel before!
    I'd make a large quilt for me and hubby to snuggle under!
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  88. Hi
    I think I will make a cosy warm quilt to pull over me in the sofa during the cold evening, when I am watching TV. Wonderful soft fabric and just cosy feeling.
    Thanks for a great give away and I hope I will be the lucky one.

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  89. Well those are yummy fabrics and myself I would make myself a couple of pillow cases with the flannel. The Big Sky Lodge would be my quilt and I love the designs in the fabrics I feel a camping trip comming up with those for sure!! Thanks for a chance to win one or the other. quilter000 of Ohio

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  90. I would make my grandson a quilt for his bed. Those colors are so cute! Love flannel. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  91. I've never quilted with flannel - I heard a very nice lady swearing at her flannel during quilting circle and it scared me away. That being said, I'd love to try a flannel lap quilt -- maybe I'll just tie it!

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  92. Manly fabric. My future son-in-law has been hinting about a quilt that is bigger than the one he and my daughter have now. Hmmm.

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  93. I would try to make a lap quilt. ps I bought me a sewing machine:)

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  94. Beautiful and cozy I would make a Ragtime quilt using all of those warm fabrics.

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  95. I see an owl. Doesn't he just make you want to come out and play. Just toss those little leaves of fabric up in the air and watch them fall where they may. ( my way of random colour order, and of course a real reason to vacuum!) . Come play with me Mr Owl, and bring your friends.

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  96. Well, having lived in Iowa all my life...I know how to stay warm in the winter. Layers of clothes when you are up and moving, and cozy quilts when it is time for rest. I would use some of the prints for trims on PJ's for the family. And many would go into a lap quilt for my boss who is a thru and thru Minnesota boy. Those prints would be perfect for his cabin in the woods! Thanks for sharing -

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  97. I would make a warm and cuddly lap quilt to snuggle up with.

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  98. Great flannel fabrics! Funny thing is I was just going through some flannel scraps of fabric I have and cutting them into 6" squares. I thought when I had collected enough flannel that I would make a Lil' Twister lap quilt. Then snuggle under it while watching dvd's and knitting.

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  99. Ah, I have been planning to make a raw-edge flannel log cabin quilt...just need the flannel.

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  100. I would make a quilt! Everyone in my family likes flannel quilts. lisaursino@msn.com

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  101. These are fabulous colors of flannels. If I'm so fortunate as to win, my brother may find himself with an extra long twin "lap" quilt. He's a tall cowboy.

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  102. I would make a quilt too - obviously - a nice big warm snuggly quilt! And then I might have to head to the store and get enough fabric to make some flannel pjs to go with it. Ah. I feel warmer already.
    - sunshdws at yahoo dot com

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  103. This fabric would make a nice warm quilt. It would be perfect for a quilt for my Dad who is always cold and likes to keep the wood stove fire burning hot, hot all winter. We never need sweaters when we go visiting!! Lol!!

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  104. i would probably make a rag time quilt to snuggle under while drink hot tea! that would be great! thank you for this sweet giveaway!

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  105. I would make my grandson a quilt, probably a log cabin, He is 6 and has a Lodge themed room. I love Connecting Threads, but have never had any of their flannel. Thanks for offering this fantastic giveaway.

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  106. I'd definitely use it to make a quilt for a local shelter for homeless families. They get to take them with them when they finally find a home. Thanks.

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  107. So, QUILT is the obvious answer, but what kind of quilt? I see someone else mentioned a rag quilt...Hey! I've never made a rag quilt, and from what I hear, flannel is the number one choice for rag quilts! This bundle would make up beautifully!

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  108. That flannel is calling - boy baby clothes, little pull-on pants, stoller quilt, boyish bibs and soft blocks. Pillows would be cute too, you could make a whole village of woodsy pillows. Thanks for blogging, your site makes me smile.

    Sue

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  109. I would make a quilt for my husband. He has been wanting a raggity edged quilt for a while now. Thanks for the chance on these lovely flannels.

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  110. A "snuggle up" quilt to watch TV in the winter months with those lovely flannels.

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  111. I'd make a cozy lap quilt with these beautiful fabrics! Thanks so much for a chance to win!

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  112. I love quilting with flannel. I'd make a quilt for the family room couch!

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  113. I'd make a flannel rag quilt for my son - those colors look perfect!

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  114. Those fat quarters would look great made into a quilt for my grandson! What a great giveaway, thank you!

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  115. I need a warm car quilt for myself - I'm one who has cold feet from the time the sun goes down until it comes back up again. and winter is just around the corner...

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  116. Hmm I definitely would be making a cozy quilt. Ooooo maybe do a denim/flannel rag quilt. That would be super warm and heavy for on the couch at night!Hmmmmm I think I am off to go collect and cut up all those jeans that have seen better days!!

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  117. I'm thinking some nice pillows for my guest bedroom and/or a nice cozy throw. What beautiful fabrics!!

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  118. Those are great fabrics! Just LOVE them! They would make great projects :) especially for a cozy winter.

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  119. That would make a perfect winter quilt for our bed, we live in Texas so don't want anything too heavy but need something a little heavier for the little bit of cold we do have!

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  120. A cozy winter lap quilt for this northern MN family of course! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  121. I think I would make a jacket. It would be just the thing for my winter walks.

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  122. I have a wonderful pattern for making hot pads to place under hot dishes on the table. These hot pads are made of flannel, and they are so cute! I would definitely whip up a few of these with the fat quarters if I'm lucky enough to win.
    Lequilts.blogspot.com

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  123. Wow you have so many comments and why because you are you and the fabric is delicious..... Well to be very honest I just found out today that there is a woman who is in her late 60's that lives down the road and has no heat what so ever so if I had these fabrics part of them would go to make a quilt for her and then my grand babies,thank you.

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  124. I just love all the new flannels that keep coming out. Since I have a lot of men in my life, warm flannel quilts in those "manly" colors would be nice, yet gentle enough for the female friends in my life too. I like to make sofa or twin size quilts to give away...they finish up pretty quickly, and an assortment of fabrics pre-picked always makes things easier!

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  125. I've always wanted to make a rag edge quilt and these flannels would be perfect for that! With some warm and cozy cotton batting in the middle, it would keep me warm all through our cold Michigan winter!

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  126. I haven't made a raggy quilt in a while and one made of these materials would be fabulous. My grandson would LOVE it. Thanks for the great blog and the giveaway.

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  127. Oh My - I am so cold. I really need to feel a nice warm flannel queen-sized quilt on my cold body. That sure would me feel so warm and toasty. Now, just to win that flannel and then make myself this quilt. Thank you for sharing your wonderful blog with all of us and giving us a chance to win this fantastic giveway.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  128. What lovely fabric I think i would make a nice big cozy quilt to snuggle under. Thank you for the chance to win

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  129. Beautiful fabric. I think it would make a wonderful patchwork robe to keep one of my girls really warm this winter.

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  130. I'd use the bundle to make a warm quilt for my brother using the rail fence block. I luv the hounds tooth prints...and the answer to your 2nd question...during the fall & winter I set our thermostat low. I leave plenty of throws lying around and wear socks to bed at night.

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  131. I need a quilt to curl up by the fireplace with this bundle.

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  132. I think I would make a lovely patchwork bathrobe and maybe a quilted floor mat for my fireplace.

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  133. A throw for sure - mine is OK but its getting cold! I love those wood grained ones, thank you so much for the giveaway and the info about a new fabric line!

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  134. I'd make a wonderful snuggle quilt to use while sitting in front of our fireplace. The colors would look great there!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  135. That's easy! A warm flannel quilt to use on the couch while watching tv or holding the grandaby for her nap.
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  136. I have never used flannel before so it would need to be something simple!

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  137. I would make a very pretty, warm, flannel throw quilt out of large HST's maybe zigzaggy in those beautiful colors to wrap up in while wishing I had a big sky lodge to lounge around in.
    Thank you Connecting Threads & Madam Samm!

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  138. I would make a rag quilt for my son. The colors and designs on the fabrics would be perfect for him.

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  139. I believe a nice warm and snuggly tv throw for me and hubby to snuggle under TOGETHER. It would be perfect!! thanks for a chance to win this prize.
    txjennywren.blogspot.com

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  140. I just love that collection already( i was peeking at it the day before yesterday). I would make something for my husband like a quilt. When a Quilt is first done in our household, he will put it on his lap and let me know if it meets the lap quilt approval committee! I think baby girl would love to struggle with daddy too!

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  141. I don't know what I would make with it but probably something to snuggle under in the cold winter here in Wisconsin

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  142. I love the colors, they would make a wonderful rag quilt for my son who's at Texas Tech. It gets miserably cold due to the winds that blast thru the wide open plains up there.

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  143. Great colors. They would look great for a quilt for my family room, to snuggle under while watching movies. Hubby would love those colors, so would both my sons. I'm sure they'd let me use the quilt, too. Thanks for the chance. See ya next week for Wicked!

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  144. I love flannel fabrics, and these designs would be perfect for a quilt for my son that is teaching school in Alaska. He lives in Hoonah on "bear island." That means there are more Alaskan Brown bears than people on the island. He needs a warm and cozy flannel quilt!

    Thanks, too, for the great blog!
    Paula in NE OH

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    1. hope you see this Paula..you are a no reply blogger..leave an email so we can connect if you win...
      love your note..thx

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  145. OH my gosh, I love all the flannel fabrics. They would make a great log cabin type lap quilt to curl up with to either read a book or watch TV. Thanks

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  146. I think I'd haven to make myself a warm loose fitting jacket to wear around the house.

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  147. What lovely colors those flannels have - what I would like to make is a cozy quilt, I would take a simple design and make a warm hug for me and my family.
    Thank you for this great show of new fabric and this chance to win it.

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  148. Love the flannels! I think they would make a wonderful snuggly quilt!

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  149. I would use the fat quarters to make a quilt for my 86-year old mother. It would keep her snuggly warm.

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  150. I'd use them to make a quilt! Winter's coming, and I've been wanting to make a quilt with flannel but have never gotten around to buying any. I usually buy cotton, so winning some flannel fat quarters would be a wonderful beginning.

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  151. maybe a couple scarves or cowls would feel so nice in flannel! I love flannel!!!

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  152. I would make lots of warm jammies for my whole family by sewing together all those fat quarters to make color blocked fabric!

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  153. The moment I saw these I just knew that if I won I would make a quilt for my cousin... he turns 50 this coming year and it would be perfect, I mean the absolute perfect fabric for his cottage!! Thanks for the chance!

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  154. I would love to make a warm, soft quilt for a Christmas gift this winter!

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  155. Love to win this. I would make a lap quilt for sure. I live in Saskatchewan Canada, guess that would explain it all. Gets REALLY COLD here lol.

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  156. What i would make from these FQ's.... A quilt for my husband. Now he always takes mine when he is lying on the couch, so this would be a quilt for him !!
    Thanks for the give away.

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  157. I would love to win these because I have been looking for flannels to make my so another quilt. When I first started to quilt I decided to make my son a flannel quilt this was back in 95 and it was really hard to get nice flannels but I did produce my first masterpiece which included hand quilting. After all these years it has been well loved and is in rags and Scott wanted me to fix it but it was impossible and he is very sad so I need to come up with a new one for Christmas. Thanks for chance.

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  158. How funny. I'm taking a short break from cutting flannels for Christmas gift rag quilts for grandchildren, great nieces & nephews. I'm in good shape for the 8 little ones, but I realize my fabrics are too juvenile for the older 4. So I'd LOVE to win! Thanks to you & Connecting Threads for a chance to win!

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  159. I would love to win this fabric! I have made rag quilts for both my grandchildren,of course in juvenile patterned flannel. I want to make a grown-up version for my kids! Construction toys and ballerinas just don't make it for grownups but this flannel would be just right! Thanks for the opportunity to be in the drawing for that great flannel.

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  160. Cozy flannel pajamas would be awesome!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    mummyquilts@gmail.com

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  161. I would make a quilt for my brother. He always makes a fuss over my quilts and I've been wanting to surprise him with a warm quilt.

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  162. I think I would make a cozy lap quilt for the cold winter nights that are coming.

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  163. Actually, I think I would make something for my husband. I never make myself anything except to embroider a dishtowel every now and then, and he surely never gets a thing I've made so I think a nice lap quilt would be a great surprise for him.

    P.S. I love your blog header!

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  164. From the flannel set I can see myself making a rag quilt. Haven't done one yet, and this looks just comfy enough for it. The second pic looks like quilting cottons, am I right? Would make a nice scrappy star block quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  165. I would make some flannel jammies!

    Amanda Rose
    http://sewmuchtosay.blogspot.com

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  166. I've been wanting to make a plain, ol', square, patchwork quilt. I think it would be fantastic in flannel and very soft and warm. I'm sure I'll still get around to it sometime even if I don't win, but thanks - as always - for the chance! :)

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  167. I'd make a lap quilt for my girls. They always have such cold feet and legs!

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  168. Flannels are definitely warm and toasty!!! And I also think of being up by my dad's in the north woods of Wisconsin. Since he is still getting back some nerve regeneration, (not a 100% yet, but we are believing for more and more progress), I would make him a warm quilt to help with keeping his arms, hands, legs and toes nice and roasty toasty :o)

    Thanks to you and Connecting Threads for a wonderful giveaway!

    Blessings & Aloha!

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  169. Awesome! I think i need a new quilt =)

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  170. I would LOVE to win this. I would make a quilt for my hubby with this.

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  171. The colors are great for a winter quilt. I have a pattern that I love--the blocks change across each row on diagonal, leaving lots of room for quilting designs. Feathers would be a good choice to finish a quilt with this fabric.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  172. I would make a lap quilt out of this.
    Debi
    debi1953@sbcglobal.net

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  173. I've never made a flannel quilt! This would be great in my TV room, for winter snuggling...

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  174. Beautiful flannels! I would love to make a flannel rag quilt! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  175. I would make a nice warm quilt for one of my sons in college.

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  176. I would make a fat quarter quilt for keeping my feet warm.

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  177. I thought about ordering this....flannel for Hubby and I to snuggle under in the cold Minnesota winter...perfect! But alas, I have already spent my budget at CT for this month, it will have to wait. So.....maybe there is a chance that I will win. Nah, never won one of these contests but you never know.
    Thanks

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  178. These look perfect for a "guy" quilt for my sweet hubby! It already feels chilly here in the mornings, and I know there's more to come! LOL

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  179. I would make a fire pit quilt. It's so nice to have a warm throw around your back when your front is toasty warm around the fire, but your back feels left out. Thanks for the give-away!

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  180. I would love, love, love to win this fabric. I would make some couch throws - as many as I can get out of all that fabric - in time for Christmas presents!!! SEW I guess I'll be "peacing" away!! I'll be staying warm in Florida! WE will fly south and become snowbirds - but if it's cool in Florida - there's always quilts and the furnace - and maybe some hot chocolate or spiced tea or hot apple cider!! Please, please, please let me be the lucky winner! Thanks for sharing!!

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  181. Oh! I would make a nice warm lap quilt! Something to cuddle under while reading or watching an old Christmas movie! Those fabrics are so pretty!

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  182. I would make a snuggle quilt of course for sitting by the computer and viewing all of the great things at Sew WE Quilt...... since it seems I'm spending quite a bit of time here... might as well be cozy while i'm here : ) I love flannels thanks for a chance to win. Janita

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  183. Oh, what wonderful fabric. I would make a lap quilt to snuggle under while watching TV especially in the middle of winter when it is cold and snowy outside. But, then it would come in handy on a day like today when it is cold and rainy!!!! Would love to win this fabric and thanks for the chance to win.

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  184. I would make hubby a Turning Twenty quilt with these flannels. And I *might* use the quilt more than he will b/c I get so cold in the winter! ;)

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  185. I would love to win these flannels so I could make a lap quilt to keep me cosy this winter .thanks for the chance .

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  186. I would make some cozy pillowcases. thanks!

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  187. Those fabrics are just beautiful and a lap quilt would be welcome to cover myself while I watching tv on the sofa.Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  188. ooh my Hello sun blocks have a plaid background in those colors- I could use those and make Sunshine's quilt a raggy edge or just have fun piecing the back! Or just make a fun warm and toasty quilt for my brother...or just dream about piecing all those warm flannels in 23 minute increments :)

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  189. my husband is always complaining that he's cold...and I'm suffering through my own personal summers. If I win I would make him a lap quilt using wool batting :) thanks for a chance to win!

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  190. I would make a log cabin quilt for curling up on the couch and reading through those long, cold winter days :) My kids love the feel of flannel and fight over those blankets.

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  191. With this beautiful fabric, I would make a quilt for my husband. Most of the quilts that I make go out the door,so it would be nice to make one for him.

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  192. What a nice, warm cozy quilt this pretty fabric would make...thanks for the chance!

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  193. I would love to make a cozy lap quilt for my son. He loves flannel.

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  194. All that flannel would make a great rag quilt to stay cozy all winter long. I love the log end print, how adorable.

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  195. I would make a cuddle quilt for the travel trailer for when we go camping. Then we can snuggle together int the evenings after playing all day.

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  196. Lovely fabric. I love the feel of flannel, reminds me of when I was a kid. I would make quilts for my two new, ages 7 and 13, grandchildren. They live up north and this fabric would be perfect! Thank you for the chance!

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