Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Woven Look Crochet Scarf Pattern Demystified

This is NOT my pattern ... I found it HERE

It was SO clever, that I had to try it, but as you can see, it is written in some sort of what I guess is an Eastern European language ... thankfully they have great photos in their tutorial!

Here is my version ... Of course I made mine Seattle Seahawks colors cause I'm a 12 ;)

Take a look at the link I posted at the top, the tutorial photos are really good.

Here is the written version of how I did it:

Leave a 4+ inch tail to turn into fringe later.

Chain a multiple of 10 plus 7. 

Make note of the number of stitches, so you can make it the same each row. I used a split ring marker every 10th stitch, because it makes counting easier when I’m distracted.

Row 1: Dc in the 4th ch from hook, and in the next 3ch. *Ch5, sk 5 ch, dc in the next 5ch.* repeat * to * across.
Tie off row with 4+ inch tail (again, for the fringe)

Row 2: With the next color, leaving a 4+ inch tail, make a chain the same length as the beginning chain.

Weave the chain through the ch5 loops of the first row (see the photo in the original posting of the pattern).

Work as for row 1, being sure to work over the ch5 spaces following the direction of the weave.

It might matter to you to weave the same direction every time, or to go the opposite direction. Play with it!!

Repeat row 2 for desired width.

Add some fringe in the ends of the rows.

Make it out of your school colors or favorite sport team colors.

Make every row a different yarn, different texture, different color.
HAVE FUN with it :)

Being creative and trying new things is
Living Well!
Love from you Rural Girl,

Painting a Vision: A Return to a childhood passion has helped Shane reconnect with himself

This is the first time I have outright interviewed someone for an article!

But the story of my business neighbor, forty-nine year old Shane Robertson, inspired me!

Shane’s fond memories of growing up in the Midwest are rich in deep memories of the days and hours spent with his grandfather. Together he and his granddad had hunted, fished, trapped, and painted, “He was a true renaissance man; Grandpa could do anything.” Robertson says of this man that taught him so much. Drawing and painting were pastimes that Shane took too naturally, and developed a great passion for. Though their time together was cut short when his grandpa passed away when Robertson was nine, the spirit of adventure and creativity never left him.

Robertson continued to draw throughout his school years, becoming very proficient in graphite and color pencil work in his teen years. Mystical images of beautiful maidens on horseback, in misty lands matured into desert scenes. But, like so many things about life, in his early twenties the need to earn a living took precedence, and he set his artistic passion aside. He sold and gave away all of his tools, supplies, drawings and paintings, and set out to explore what seemed at the time, grander and more important things.

Robertson spent a few years fishing in the Barring Sea of Alaska. Of this, he says it was the hardest job he’s ever had. “One winter night, we were wakened just a short time into our already limited sleep, to dress quickly and get up on deck! The vessel was listing because waves had built up a thick layer of ice on one side of the boat; up over the rails, and onto the deck. We had to take bars and bats and anything we could get our hands on to bust up the ice and get it off the boat!” While he is glad that he experienced this dangerous job, it’s not one he says he would do again! “But,” he adds, “It does give a greater appreciation for that piece of fish you are served at a restaurant, or buy at the store!”

His most recent career years were in the property management industry, working with one of the largest management companies in the country. He has had the opportunity to live in some luxurious urban buildings, sometimes living alongside local celebrities such as Russell Wilson.

Recently married to his wife Jeneen, and living on picturesque Lake Rosiger, Robertson’s childhood passion for painting began to reemerge about a year ago, as his form of relaxation and meditation amid his hectic work responsibilities. Then when his career in property maintenance came to an end a few months ago, he sat back and thought about what he really wanted to do with his life, and recognized that his passion for art helps him feel grounded and had become an almost daily necessity.

In re-exploring his art, Robertson has developed what might be called his signature style. Dubbed his “Kalli style”, he first painted this technique for and then named it after, his granddaughter Kalliope. Robertson is also experimenting with and exploring other techniques and styles with acrylic paints. His paintings are full of vivid colors and rich textures that easily draw the viewer in. Layers of color, technique and texture merge to delight the eye, and provide much for the mind to explore. One might spend quite a long time examining one of his pieces and never really take in all of the detail and depth he creates.

Robertson has recently rented a small space in downtown Granite Falls as his studio, where he and his dog Beauregard can be found hanging out together to the sounds of heavy metal music, and bringing life to the amazingly beautiful art that has it’s genesis in Robertson’s mind!
A beautiful example of Shane Robertson's Signature "Kalli Style" painting.

At this time, Robertson only sells his art on occasion when commissioned. Most of it is created as gifts for family and friends as he studies and explores new mediums and techniques during his job searching process. He is considering showing some his pieces at the upcoming Granite Falls, WA 49th annual Rail Road Days Street Fair, “Just for the fun of meeting people and introducing myself to the community”.

Exploring your passions is an amazing part of
Living Well!
Your Rural Girl,

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The BE List Movement!

God has created each of us as human-BEINGS, not human-doings.

I believe that He is far more concerned with how we BE than what we do!

So, instead of making a "List of Things to DO Today", try making a list of things to BE today.

This is my first list. Already I see things that feel so good I think they will be regulars on the list. It has also inspired the way I think about tasks, and what that means as far as me BEING instead of doing ...

Of course there are things we must DO as an act of BEING ... If I list "Be Clean" then I must DO the dishes, or do the laundry, for example.

But this exercise helps me to see how the doing is the tool to the being, not the other way around.

What do YOU think?
Will you try this?
Will you share your BE List with us, with your Facebook or Instagram?

I am inviting you to participate with me!
I am currently calling it The BE Movement #MyBeList

Here are some of the other BE lists I have made.
Share yours on Facebook and use the hashtag #MyBeList

Be Awesome and Live Well!
Your Rural Girl,

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Buttoned Head Band: Free Knitting Pattern

The cooler weather is on it's way! But not so quickly that you don't have time to prepare!

This quick headband can be stitched up in an evening.

Use school, or favorite sport team, colors.

Use a crazy button! use variegated yarn! Whatever!

Make it!

Make it fun!

Make it bold!

Make it tonight!

Use size 11 knitting needles and a double strand of chunky yarn, or a single strand of bulky yarn ...

Cast on 10 and knit each row for 5 inches.

Next row: K1, k2tog, k4, k2tog, k1 (8 st)
Next row: K1, k2tog, k2, k2tog, k1 (6 st)
Next row: K2, k2tog, k2 (5st)

Knit each row for another 4 inches

Next row: K2, increase 1, k3 (6 st)
Next row: K1, increase 1, k4, increase 1, k1 (8 st)
Next row: K1, increase 1, k6, increase 1, k1 (10 st)

Knit each row until the entire piece measures 19"

Next row: K1, k2tog, k4, k2tog, k1 (8 st)
Next row: K1, k2tog, k2, k2tog, k1 (6 st)
Next row: K1, k2tog, k2tog, k1 (4 st)
Next row: K2tog twice (2 st)
Bind off.
Over lap finishing end over beginning end for a comfortable fit, and secure in place, by sewing with the tails.
Weave in any remaining ends.
Use a scrap of yarn to sew one or two buttons on as shown.

Gift it or Enjoy it!

Stitching and creating are relaxing and fun ways of...
Living Well!

Love from,
Your Rural Girl,

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Free Food from God

There is something about the late summer early fall practice of putting up food for the winter that feels so good!

The idea of not letting the fresh produce go to waste makes me feel rich! Responsible! And nostalgic.

Food doesn't come from the grocery store! That's where we most often take possession of it, but God has provided us with abundance all around! For free! I have been gathering huckleberries from the woods around my home and raspberries from my sister-in-law's patch that grows wild! I put them in a single layer on  cookie sheets and shallow baking pans, set them in the freezer, then store them in sandwich size freezer bags! Blackberries are just starting to ripen in my area, so I'll be adding them to the freezer in the same way!

The other day I picked a hod full of peaches from my S.I.L. :) They are going bad quickly this year, so this morning I slipped sliced and stoned them, and put them in freezer bags.

We don't happen to eat much in the way of jams and jellies, but many love that method of preserving fruit.

My S.I.L. will have grapes ready in the fall. I think I'll borrow my folk's steamer to make and can juice!

Having tasty seasonal food to eat in the middle of winter is such a blessing! I'm already looking forward to having fresh peach pie come December! Last year our green beans did really well, so they got blanched and frozen and were great for tossing in crock pot stews!

Foods harvested late in their growing cycle have higher nutritional value than than those that ripen in a box ... And when glanced and frozen, more of that nutrition is preserved!

Its good for your body.
Good for your heart.
Good for your wellness.

Eating well is Living Well!

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Joining Yarn without Tying a Knot

It is so frustrating when your skein of yarn runs out in the middle of the row!

Here is a great technique for joining a new skein of yarn without tying a knot.

I like this particularly for afghans as the extra bulk will not be noticeable.

Consider where this will be useful, or where it might show.

This could be a fun way to use up scraps of similar weight yarn to make a random colored afghan, or crazy fun colorful sweater or scarf!

I love to hear from you!
Comment and tell me what you think or how it worked for you!

New stitching techniques make me happy!
Stitching is great therapy for Living Well,
Love from your Rural Girl,

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Blended Huckleberry Hard Lemonade - Adult Beverage

I am so amazed at the bounty that God provides! How tiny seeds turn into heads of lettuce and seemingly little bushes can be SO covered with tiny little gems of deliciousness!

How can we just drive past these marvels and ignore that God is providing nutrition! Yes, the birds, and in my neighborhood sometimes the bears, eat them, so when I harvest from nature, I am not gluttonous, and I be sure to leave some for the other creatures that roam our woods!

I have been picking huckleberries around my yard and freezing them! Also the raspberries that grow in my brother-in-law and sister-in-law's yarn ... they don't eat them but just let them grow ... I think so that I can come get them and day dream about childhood summers picking raspberries warmed in the sun with my grandma!

So far I have 5 sandwich bags of huckleberries (this is no small feat as those things are tiny!) and 13-15 sandwich bags of raspberries tucked into the deep freeze, just waiting for one of those days in the fall or winter when I am longing for the taste of summer! Think of all the money I am saving by harvesting the free food that God provides all around us!

These berries will be SO delicious!
I will make: scones, pie, cream cheese coffee cake, shortbread cookies, danishes, and chicken and fish dishes ... I will put them on cereal, and in cottage cheese and yogurt ... OK, you get the picture!

According to several sources, huckleberries are very good for you! And because the grow wild, they are not genetically modified and are organic! They are very high in antioxidants and have several other health benefits! here are some of them as listed on Lifestyle Lounge's article about them ... 

THEN in conversation with some friends about my amazing discoveries ... Well ... Look what happens next ...

I should have chilled the hard lemonade in the freezer for 15 minutes and used 2 cups of berries to give a more "slushie" like consistency, but it was SO delicious!
As you can see, the possibilities are endless!

Get out there and eat well and 
Live Well,
Love from Your Rural Girl,
Suzi Que

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Magic Square Potholder - Crochet Tutorial

This is a great scrap busting project!
Take all of the cotton yarn scrap you have, tie them together, roll them in a ball, and lets get started!

When you are all done, take a picture and post it to Perfectly Knotty's Facebook Page
Creating fun, beautiful, useful and sustainable items for your home or for gifts is an act of
Living Well!


Friday, May 23, 2014

Peek-A-Boo Crochet Afghan Pattern

Looking for a little bit of a challenge in your crochet projects that will leave you feeling successful? Well, this charming afghan might just be what you are looking for!

Purchase your yarns here:

Available now on Amazon for Kindle:

Instant download on Etsy:

and on Ravelry:

Creating beautiful gifts is an amazing feeling, and knowing that the recipient with cherish your gift for a lifetime is so amazing!

What a great way to ...
Live Well!
Love SuziQue

Monday, May 19, 2014

Salted Caramel Pretzel Brownies

I saw a picture of this on Facebook, and decided to try it.
I could have done it gluten free, but decided that since I was going to eat all kinds of things I don't usually, I might as well make it the way my husband would like it best.

You will need:
Brownie mix (or make it from scratch!)
Mini pretzels
Carmel squares (I looked for the old-fashioned Kraft ones, but my store didn't have them, so I got another brand that I like)
Rock sea salt (I used pink Himalayan sea salt)

While the brownie mix is still dry, rub the baking pan with butter or oil, then lightly dust with some of the mix, to keep it from sticking.

Then mix up your batter

(my amazing husband unwrapped the caramels while I did all this!)

Put a thin later of the batter in the bottom of the baking dish, then arrange 2 layers of pretzels in the bottom ... Per the directions I originally had, I arranged in neat orderly rows, 2 layers deep.

Pour on the rest of the brownie batter, and bake per the instructions.

While it's in the oven, melt the caramels in a glass bowl in the microwave with a little splash of milk or cream ... It only took about 90 seconds, go slow, as you don't want to burn the caramels, that would just be sad! Stir really well so it is smooth.

After the brownies are done and tested with a clean knife, pour the caramel mixture over the top, and LIGHTLY sprinkle salt over the top.

Let the whole thing cool well.
Serve with ice cream if desired (my husband and step-son had ice cream, I did not)

My family's review ... ?
It was fun to do, and easy to make.
I thought it looked pretty.
We didn't really like the pretzels softened.
My husband does not like the salt with the caramel.
I like the salt and the caramel together.
I'm not much of a chocolate eater, or even a sweets eater for that matter, so it was too rich for me.
The 14 year old boy was too busy snarfing to comment much except that we was sad that the pretzels were soft.

Over all not bad, but I don't think it suits my family's dessert favorites. I will make it again to take to a function!

Living well is about trying different things and accepting them for what they are! No harm. No fowl. That's how we learn! If you try it, comment and tell me what YOUR family thinks :)


Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Keeping Focused - Taking Time for Prayer and Meditation

In the Pacific Northwest, we have Vine Maple.
In the fall the leaves turn some of the most amazing shades of red and orange! They are rather unmistakable as you drive along many or our country roads.

But, when they are not in their full fall glory, these limber foliage plants go rather unnoticed. Focusing on both the big picture and the details is a balancing act that requires that peace and quite time. Up close and personal in the spring, this fun plant has tiiiiiny little red blossoms, and if you did not STOP, look, pay attention, you would never notice them.

While a member of the tree family, there is no traditional trunk that stands straight and tall; the strong, and very flexible, green limbs seem to just go on and on, they often grow horizontal, and I have rarely seen a limb bigger than my forearm.

This is one of my favorite places in the woods near my home. A nurturing little place where the energy is good, and I feel like I can connect with God and meditate.

When I come to this place, I feel calm. I feel safe. My mind is at ease and I am free to think and feel

Taking those moments is important for our health, and our welling being. Allowing our thoughts to just be; focusing on the breath. Listening to the world, without analyzing or cataloging.

After you have sat quietly for at least 5 minutes, this is a great opportunity to journal your experience. Maybe write about what it was like to not think. Write about what the air felt like on your skin. What the air smells like. What the breeze sounds like as it passes through the leaves.

Just BE. Then come back to to "reality" slowly, take your time.
Or maybe THAT is the place of reality, and the rest of life is the distraction.

Allow yourself the time you need to calm those thoughts that run rampant and wild and out of control.
Allow yourself the calm, the peace, the quiet.

Please share your thoughts with me! And pass this along to your friends!

When we do not allow peace and serenity a place in our lives, we cannot fully and truly...

Live Well!

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Interlocking Rows: Free Crochet Afghan Pattern

In my life, it is currently baby season! So many new and precious souls joining our family! My son and his wife will be welcoming their first, a girl! A cousin having a son, and a niece who is waiting to be surprised! Turquoise and yellow are great gender neutral colors for baby, and this super simple stitch is wonderful easy to work, and fun to watch emerge!
It's also great for afghans, scarves, washcloths, shawls and more!

By working 3 skeins at the same time and carrying the yarn gently up the edges, you avoid having a million ends to weave in! Use hand painted yarn or variegated yarn for a beautiful visual texture!

Get the free pattern here. I do ask that you respect my hard work and efforts to provide you with fun and simple patterns to make your stitching relaxing and enjoyable.
Try it out! Share your picture of your finished project on the Facebook page!

If you like this pattern, share the link to this article or the link to the pattern with your friends so they can download their own copy. There are different social media sharing link options below!

You can watch me crochet the pattern here!

This is a stitch pattern that I really enjoy doing and with the birth of my new granddaughter in January 2015, I have worked it up again as a little car seat blankie with a soft fluffy edge! Which also introduced the opportunity for me to make some updates to this post by making a tutorial video for how to repeat the interlocking rows as an edge!

SO! I made a video tutorial showing how I did it! Just for you! Please consider subscribing to my YouTube Channel while you are there!

Trying new things is Living Well!

Love, SuziQue

DIY Wintering Fuchsias: Part 2-Setting Them Out in the Spring

Last fall I decided to winter my fuchsias.

They are one of my favorite spring and summer plants, and I have long known that they can come back every year! I have tried before without success to winter my hanging baskets, so last year I did some research, including talking with my master-gardener sister-in-law. I got a better understanding of what to do, and set to work ... ok ... really, it's not that much work, it really was pretty simple!

Here is what I did ... DIY Wintering Fuchsias: Part 1-Preparing for Winter Storage

Over the winter I checked on the plants once in a while to make sure they weren't too dry. I checked to make sure nothing had fallen on them and that bugs had not decided to set up residence.

They lived in the (separate from the house) garage most of the winter, as my garden shed just didn't seem to offer quite enough protection from the cold. In March, I moved them to the shed as my husband was working on some big projects and installing a little wood stove in the garage so it is a more comfortable work shop for his many projects (he is a master craftsman, so being able to freely make sawdust is very important!).

Once it stopped freezing and hailing at the beginning of April here, I took the pots out, unwrapped them, and set them out on the lawn to let the rain water and rinse them good. Imagine my surprise when THERE WERE SIGNS OF LIFE in 2 of the 3 pots! I left them on the shed porch for a week or so to acclimate.

At the advice of my Sister-inLaw, I brought them in the house the other day and put them in the breakfast nook, since it is mostly windows and not heated. She said it will be light and heat that encourage the plants to really get growing.

Here is what is happening at this point!

Lots of good growth on the fuchsia!

A tiny hint here, but I cannot remember if this is a geranium or not.

Nothing going on here.

If I don't see additional signs of life in the other pots, then I'm just going to go to the nursery and get some pretty little starts and re-fill the baskets ... it's less expensive than buying all new baskets in bloom, and I get to really design them they way I want! Who wants flower baskets that look just like all the other baskets in town!

If this article was helpful for you, please comment below, then share it with your family and friends on your favorite social media! Links provided below.

Stay tuned for Part 3 - Summer Blossoms!

Beautiful flowers are art made by God, and so soothing to me. They are an important part of
Living well,

Thursday, April 17, 2014

6 Ideas For How to Find Time to Crochet, or Knit, or Create!

The question of finding time to stitch comes up for a lot of us, on a regular basis!

Here are a few ideas I hope might resonate with you!

Please comment on this post, and share what works for you! Have you incorporated something from one of these ideas? Have you found other ways that work for you? What could you adjust or change this week to make your stitching experience more enjoyable and accessible? If you find this article encouraging or helpful in anyway, please share it with your circle of stitchers so they too can be encouraged and inspired!

First of all, most of us know, you cannot simply FIND more time, you have to MAKE time and TAKE time. We don't randomly stumble across extra time.

Sometimes that time is stolen, or wriggled in. Mostly it is PLANNED and scheduled in.

There is an old saying, "If it is important to you, you will find a way."

That being said, you must also be prepared for open time opportunities, no matter how tiny they might be.

1. Keep several little tote bags, or baskets around with different types and sizes of projects so one is always at the ready! Even if you can only get a few stitches in at a time, it all adds up in the long run!

2.  In the car, if you are the driver, keep a little washcloth/pot holder bag at the ready! That way, when you get to your destination, if you are even just a couple of minutes early, you could make even half a dozen stitches!

3. In the car, if you are the passenger, keep something small and easy to work on, with a simple stitch so you don't get car sick paying too much attention to your project and not looking up! Also, you can still talk with the other folks in the the car, like the driver ;) Hats, scarves, things of that size are great!

4. In the car ... keep a moderate project like a sweater, for when you are waiting ... at the DOL, or the doctors, on your lunch break at work, on your 10 minute break at work, and the like ...

5.  SCHEDULE in the time! If you are home and doing chores, reward yourself with 15 or 30 minutes of stitching after you finish a less than pleasant task like cleaning the bathroom! Set the timer! This way you get your reward, and time doesn't get away from you!

6. At home, keeping a basket by your favorite chair, or your spot on the couch, is a great place for your ongoing afghan projects! Keep your stitches basic, so that you can still pay attention to your favorite show, our your favorite couch companion!

Stitching is good for your mental health, and is not a waste of time! It is a form of meditation and healing. When you create it helps release hormones and endorphins in your brain!
You create art, and art is good for your spirit!
You create gifts, which are good for building connection with people in you life!

Making time to create your life, the way you want it to be, is a constant and ongoing part of
Living Well!
Love Your Rural Girl,

Friday, March 21, 2014

Perfectly Knotty Yarn Catalog, and Website Updates

As part of my on going efforts to provide my customers a fun and nurturing environment, the website is currently under reconstruction.

The new format should be brighter, more whimsical and playful, which is an important part of who we are!

Sign up here for email updates to stay tuned for more information, and special patterns and store specials. In the meantime, you can take a look at all of our current yarn offerings through our facebook album, and I am also in the process of up loading to the etsy store!

Here on the blog, we will continue to provide fun and lively content about living life to the maximum! Great food! Healthy living! Financial wisdom! Nurturing Creativity! Great Adventures! And so much more that you have come to love and expect from your Rural Girl!

There is lots of growth and change, and more to come, because constant growing and changing is an important part of ...

Living Well!


Friday, March 7, 2014

Discover Where Your Life is Going

Like trying on clothes, we try different careers, activities, people and places until we find what fits and what suits us.

That being said, all to often, we already have our answer deep within our hearts, if we would only stop and listen. Stop and trust our instincts.

THAT being said, there is still nothing wrong with going with that gut instinct, and finding out it wasn't quite right! There is NO FAILURE, because we have simply discovered something that doesn't work at this time.

We are a culture of planners. Our culture tells to never go forward without a concrete written plan. "Winging it" just isn't safe. But sometimes, that concept of "where we are going" is a feeling, something that is more difficult to put into words.

But when we hold that dream, that feeling, with an open heart; when we explore possibilities toward it, and take actions to nurture it, and allow it to grow and change, then God brings us the opportunities to manifest it into reality. God uses the world around us, and people, and what seems to us to be Serendipity. (Many these days think of God as 'source', the universe, 'spirit', higher power. To me he is still God, and I will refer to him as such, without apologizing.)

Share an experience in your life where this has played out for you. When this experience has helped you in your process of ...

Living Well,

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Cabled Fingerless Gloves: Free Knitting Pattern

This is a fun and unique fingerless glove pattern. Being a rather small project, you can try your hand at knitting cables (YUP ... another intended pun!) with a project that has a manageable size! You will feel accomplished and successful!

A fun gift for a friend or for yourself!

Check out this free pattern for Cabled Fingerless Gloves!

I can totally envision this worked with a variegated yarn! The texture of the cables would totally make the color changes POP!

Perfectly Knotty carries several beautiful yarns that would be perfect for this project. As well as the size 6 double pointed knitting needles!

You will want to use a light worsted weight yarn, but not smaller than a DK for this project.

Our Hayfield DK line comes in 2 acrylic blends, one with wool and the other with nylon. With over 320 yards, $6.99 a skein is a great deal!

We have 18 colors in 80% acrylic 20% Nylon, in these 383 yard skeins $6.99
We have 15 colors in the 80% Acrylic 20% Wool blend in these 328 yard skeins $6.99

We have 6 colors of this delicious 100% Alpaca in a DK weight in 90 meter skeins for $7.99

The 5 colors of this super soft 76% Acrylic 24% Wool blend come in 145 yard skeins for $3.99

If you are interested in purchasing any of these items from Perfectly Knotty, please call the shop at the number and schedule listed on our Facebook Page

I am working on getting these items available in our Perfectly Knotty Etsy Store but in the mean time, if you are unable to come into the shop, your order can be processed over the phone with your credit card, and your yarn can be on it's way the next shipping day! I will process your payment when I ship, so I can add the exact shipping charges to your order.

Making and wearing a beautiful pair of fingerless gloves and expressing your creativity and individuality, is another wonderful way that you can abundantly show the world that you are ...

Living Well,

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