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Tosh Silk Cloud has arrived.  This gorgeous yarn will elevate your projects with the luxurious feel of a silky-smooth la...
03/20/2024

Tosh Silk Cloud has arrived.  This gorgeous yarn will elevate your projects with the luxurious feel of a silky-smooth lace-weight yarn. Perfect to pair with any project or to work alone. Silk Cloud is 60% Mohair and 40% silk.  We have the full selection of colors.  Come to the shop to pick your next project and silk cloud is sure to add elegance to any piece. 

We are currently doing a knit along at Wool & Grace for the Felix Cardigan and the Felix Pullover by Amy Christoffers.  ...
03/19/2024

We are currently doing a knit along at Wool & Grace for the Felix Cardigan and the Felix Pullover by Amy Christoffers.  We have more than a dozen people participating in the knit along where we are all working on the same project at the same time. 
 
We would like to share two finished projects.  Nancy completed her Felix Cardigan with North Light Fiber’s Atlantic (worsted weight), and Alex completed her Felix Pullover with Cowgirblues’ Aran Single (Aran weight). Both sweaters are worked from the top-down so that you can try on the sweater as you go to make sure that you get the perfect fit. With the cardigan, once the body and sleeves are completed, the neckband and button band are picked up and worked.  With the pullover, you start with the neckband and once the body and sleeves are complete….the pullover is done! 
 
Both projects are good learning projects without being too frustrating.  The skills practiced are wrap & turn short rows, picking up stitches, making raglan sleeves, and reading a pattern.  It is never too late to join the knit along to make one of these fabulous sweaters.  Great job Nancy and Alex!!

Cuteness Alert:  Please meet Kate who is wearing The Traveler by Andrea Mowry.  Kate’s grandmother, Harriet, is an avid ...
03/16/2024

Cuteness Alert:  Please meet Kate who is wearing The Traveler by Andrea Mowry.  Kate’s grandmother, Harriet, is an avid knitter and made this fabulous, cropped hoodie out of Ella Rae’s Cashmerino Sport.  This yarn is ideal for kids’ items since it is a mix of merino wool, acrylic and cashmere for a soft and washable option.
 
The Traveler comes in 9 sizes and is an adult sweater.  Harriet just made the smallest size for her granddaughter. This hoodie is worked in-the-round from the bottom up and then the yoke and shoulders are worked flat.  The hood and sleeves are picked up from the body.  A perfect piece for traveling because it looks casual, but great.  We recommend this project for an adventurous beginner or intermediate knitter.
 
We are open today from 10-5:30 and Sunday from 12-4.  Come to the shop to pick your next project.

Today our Friday Finishers are all about sweaters and the first two were made with love from two fabulous Moms. The firs...
03/15/2024

Today our Friday Finishers are all about sweaters and the first two were made with love from two fabulous Moms.
 
The first finisher is Kathleen who made Svenson by Jared Flood for her son Malcolm.  She used Blue Sky Fiber’s Woolstok. Malcolm wanted a sweater that resembled the one in the movie Knives Out and Kathleen certainly delivered. This sweater was a true labor of love since she had to work three charts all at the same time. This project is for an intermediate or advanced knitter. Congratulations Kathleen, spectacular job.
 
Second, we have Meg who made Goldwing for her daughter using Sueno Worsted for the main color and 16 Worsted by Urth Yarns for the contrasting color.  Jennifer Steingass is the designer, and we love this stranded colorwork sweater with the details on the yoke and the sleeves. The pullover is worked from the top-down and is a great project for an intermediate knitter.  Absolutely stunning, the subtly of the two colors working together is gorgeous.
 
Next, we have two knitters who finished the Mailin pullover by Isabel Kraemer.  We always recommend this as a first sweater to our students, but it is good for any level.  The yoke of the sweater is worked flat and then joined in-the-round for the body.  There is a lace panel to create some interest in the center.  Lori completed her Mailin in North Light Fibers Atlantic, and Betty Ann finished hers in Kenzie which is a discontinued yarn.  Fabulous job ladies. You have created a warm and cozy sweater to wear all winter long.
 
Great job all! What are you knitting? .love.wool

Our March Kit of the Month is here.  Drumroll please!  May we introduce the Bud Summer Tote. HOORAY!!!  This perfect lit...
03/13/2024

Our March Kit of the Month is here.  Drumroll please!  May we introduce the Bud Summer Tote. HOORAY!!!  This perfect little bag is great to hold knitting projects, groceries, and even beach stuff.  A fun beginner project.
 
This tote is made of Juniper Moon’s Bud and Bud dappled which is a 100% organic Peruvian cotton. It can be made with two solid colors or a solid and dappled as pictured.  (Thank you Stephanie for being our model). This bag is worked in-the-round and then seamed at the end.  Two identical i-cords are made for the handles. The pattern suggests the width of each stripe, but the knitter can modify the stripes just be mindful of yarn amounts.
 
With spring coming, this is a tote to make for yourself and for all your friends and family.  The Bud Cotton Tote is $23.60 and includes one skein of bud, one skein of bud dappled and the free pattern (a W&G original). This is 20% off the original cost of $29.50.
 
Come to the store to see all the color options.  Kits will go fast. 

We currently have a Manos del Uruguay trunk show at the store and we have two fantastic baby blankets to share.  Both bl...
03/12/2024

We currently have a Manos del Uruguay trunk show at the store and we have two fantastic baby blankets to share.  Both blankets are made from Franca which is a super bulky 100% superwash merino wool.  Plus, the yarn is so incredibly soft.  Both blankets are great beginner projects.
 
First, let’s admire the Toby blanket.  It is an easy garter stitch (knit every row) blanket which is a 28” square.  Toby is worked on the bias in a striped pattern, and we love the pop of green in the blanket. 
 
Second, we have the Emory baby blanket which is also worked on a bias with garter stitch.  Four colors are used to create the beautiful look. This blanket is a 27” square.
 
Since Franca’s hand dyed colors are so exquisite, simple designs are the best to highlight the gorgeousness of the yarn.  Even though these are “baby” blankets, you could easily make them bigger.
 
Come to the store to check out all the samples on display. 

Our fearless W&G leader, Patty, is modeling the Bryce Canyon cowl designed by Courtney Mussatt using Malabrigo’s Mechita...
03/09/2024

Our fearless W&G leader, Patty, is modeling the Bryce Canyon cowl designed by Courtney Mussatt using Malabrigo’s Mechita.  A perfect accessory to her pink blouse. This cowl is worked in-the-round and uses only one skein of yarn.  Great for the single skeins you may have around the house.  Mechita is a fi*****ng weight yarn made with 100% merino.  This is an ideal project for a beginner knitter because it just requires slipping stitches, knitting, and purling.  A fun project to make and even more fun to wear. 
 
We have a trunk show of Malabrigo in the store right now with lots of fun pieces made of Mechita, Rios and Rasta.  We are open 10-5:30 Saturday and 12-4 on Sunday.  Stop on by.

For Friday Finishers today, we have three amazing sweaters that you will want to put on your “to-knit” list.  We start w...
03/08/2024

For Friday Finishers today, we have three amazing sweaters that you will want to put on your “to-knit” list.
 
We start with Jenn who is participating in the Felix Cardigan Knit Along designed by Amy Christoffers.  She made her gorgeous sweater out of Madeline Tosh’s Vintage.  We have also provided a back view so that you can see the beautiful lace work at the raglan sleeves.  Jenn is so uber talented and even made her own resin buttons to go with the sweater.  Make sure to zoom in.  Incredible!!
 
Next, we have Ruth Ann who is a very prolific knitter.  She loves to challenge herself and try new things.  She made the spectacular Magnolia Chunky Cardigan by Camilla Vad.  She used Sueno DK holding it together with two mohair strands.  Such a striking sweater with beautiful lacework on the bottom featuring bobble buttons.  Gorgeous!
 
Lastly, we have Kelly who made Anne Ventzel’s Selene sweater.  Kelly may look familiar because she was featured in Friday Finishers a few weeks ago.  She has been a knitting machine! We adore this stranded colorwork sweater.  Kelly used Sueno Worsted as the base of her sweater and pulled in pops of color from her yarn stash.  Looks so fabulous!  We all want to make a Selene!
 
Thanks for inspiring us ladies!!  Happy International Women’s Day!  What are you knitting?

Spring is coming and so is the arrival of lots of new yarns and new samples.  We have already carried Bud over the last ...
03/07/2024

Spring is coming and so is the arrival of lots of new yarns and new samples.  We have already carried Bud over the last few years and our customers love it. Bud is by Juniper Moon and is 100% certified organic cotton.  Now, Bud’s sister has arrived which is Bud Dappled.  The two together can create projects with fabulous textures and style.
 
We have a fantastic baby blanket that has just arrived at the store.  It is called Haley and is designed by Ursula McGrath.  The pattern is worked with a total of seven skeins of bud and bud dappled, and we love the plays in texture.  Intarsia is used to create differed blocks of color. The size of the blanket is 38” x 37”.  We have our blanket folded in quarters so that you can see the yarn as well.
 
Come visit us at the store or check out our website to see all the new yarns and samples displayed. 

We just got lots of samples from Manos del Uruguay and we wanted to show you two of them being modeled by the lovely Sim...
03/06/2024

We just got lots of samples from Manos del Uruguay and we wanted to show you two of them being modeled by the lovely Simone. 
 
The first is the Fiesta Scarf which is truly a party of color and vibrancy.  Seven different skeins of Franca are worked to create this squishy wrap using a 1x1 rib.  The beauty is you can design your own wrap.  You can use 7 colors, 3 colors or just one color. Go bright or do more tonal colors. You decide whatever works best for you.  And Franca is a 100% superwash merino wool which is one of the softest yarns we sell in the shop. The pattern is free from Manos del Uruguay and is a perfect beginner project.
 
Next, we have the Rings of Rings by Lisa Meyer. Also, a free pattern from Manos Del Uruguay.  This gorgeous cowl is worked in-the-round with varying sizes of stripes by using two contrasting or tonal colors of Fino.  This yarn is 70% extra fine merino and 30% silk and is a fi*****ng weight.  Such a delightful yarn to work with and you will be pulling this cowl out of your closet all year long. This is a good pattern for an adventurous beginner.
 
Currently, we have lots of samples to peruse through at the store.  Come visit to pick your next project. 

New Yarn Alert:  Please welcome Lanalpaca from Urth Yarns to the Wool & Grace family. This soft and incredibly smooshy y...
03/05/2024

New Yarn Alert:  Please welcome Lanalpaca from Urth Yarns to the Wool & Grace family. This soft and incredibly smooshy yarn is a blend of baby alpaca and Merino wool. This modern boucle has a ton of texture and is great for sweaters, hats, mittens, and cowls.

This yarn has lots of fun colors and knits up quickly on size US 11-15 needles. And one of the best parts, Urth Yarns will plant a tree in Africa for every skein of yarn sold!

Come visit us at the store or online, to see the full selection of Urth yarns that we carry in the store. 

Cascade 128 Hand Paints have just arrived at W&G.  We already loved Cascade 128 for blankets, sweaters, shawls, and hats...
03/03/2024

Cascade 128 Hand Paints have just arrived at W&G.  We already loved Cascade 128 for blankets, sweaters, shawls, and hats.  Now, Hand Paints (the cousin) brings a whole new dimension.  This chunky yarn is a superwash merino and has 128 yards (hence the name). But now, the variations in the Hand Paints are perfect to add interest to a sweater or blanket.  Great color combinations.  We are open 12-4 today (3/3), so venture out on this beautiful day and stop by the store to see the whole Cascade line.

Meet Ellen, one of our fabulous teachers and member of the Wool & Grace family.  She just completed the Pine Cone Cardig...
03/02/2024

Meet Ellen, one of our fabulous teachers and member of the Wool & Grace family.  She just completed the Pine Cone Cardigan in Loopy Mango’s Summer which is a cotton yarn.  The sweater is a worked flat from the top down with a beautiful lace motif to create the pine cones. Ellen made the cotton version but there is also a worsted merino version.  We recommend this sweater for an adventurous beginner.
 
If you are looking to make a sweater for the spring and summer, time to get started.  Come visit us at W&G to see our selection of yarn. 

All of our Friday Finishers made baby/child sweaters and they all used either Hikoo’s Sueno Worsted or Sueno DK.  Both w...
03/01/2024

All of our Friday Finishers made baby/child sweaters and they all used either Hikoo’s Sueno Worsted or Sueno DK.  Both weights are washable which is key when making something for the little cuties in our lives. All the patterns are considered intermediate or advanced except for the first one. 
 
We start with Sue who made the #37 Top Down Roll Raglan by Melinda Goodfellow for her grandson.  She used Sueno Worsted.  This is a great baby/child sweater with eight sizes ranging from 6 months to 12 years old. The piece is worked in-the-round from the top down.  A classic raglan pullover with a roll neck.  A great advanced beginner project.
 
Next, we have our fantastic teacher Susan who has made several of the Celeste Sweater Juniors by PetiteKnit. This one is made in Sueno DK for a family friend. Celeste Junior is worked from the top-down.  We absolutely love the colorwork….intricate and gorgeous.  This sweater comes in eleven sizes.
 
Third, we have Wendi who made the Bébé Chocolat by Maree Buscke in a Dusty Rose color in Sueno DK.  This is the cutest little cardigan with an intarsia sheep (which is optional). Wendi used a fluffy yarn for the sheep which gives it great texture.  This sweater is worked from the top down and has only one size which is 6-12 months. 
 
Last but not least, Nancy made Anders by Sorren Kerr. This sweater is worked from the top down and we love the colorwork forest scene.  So sweet!  Nancy added the collar to make it easy to pull over baby’s head. She used Sueno DK and there are four sizes available. 
 
Great job ladies and lots of happy babies and children wearing your fabulous sweaters!!!  Love in every stitch!! by

Thank you Summit Downtown for featuring our beloved owner, Patty. We have enjoyed every minute of the last 11 years serv...
02/29/2024

Thank you Summit Downtown for featuring our beloved owner, Patty. We have enjoyed every minute of the last 11 years serving Summit and the knitting and needlepoint community.

Summit Downtown wraps up the month of love with Patty! She has owned Wool & Grace for just over a decade and always has a smile! They are a full service knitting and needlepoint shop that provides classes, notions, and beautiful yarns. Check in with them for information about the Wool Walk in April!

This week Debi is our Student Spotlight.  She has finished three projects in three weeks, and we are SUPER impressed!!  ...
02/29/2024

This week Debi is our Student Spotlight.  She has finished three projects in three weeks, and we are SUPER impressed!!  WOW!!!! She loves to knit for others and never shies away from a challenge.
 
Debi is proudly holding her Norwegian Star Mittens designed by Deborah Newton made from North Light Fibers Water Street.  She wanted to do stranded knitting which is knitting two contrasting colors on the same row. Her mittens are worked in-the-round and are truly a work of art. 
 
Debi’s second project is the Easy Baby Elephant Blanket by Sproglet Kits.  This adorable blanket is just a series of knits and purls to create the elephants, and it is easy to make the blanket wider or longer. Debi used SimpliNatural by Hikoo which is a baby alpaca, fine merino wool, and silk blend. So soft for baby.
 
And lastly, she made the Little Coffee Bean Cardigan by Elizabeth Smith in Sueno Worsted.  This is one of the most suggested baby sweaters in our store because the pattern is so well-written, and the sweater is so darn cute.  You can make it with stripes, without stripes, long sleeves or short…lots of ways to adapt this sweater if desired.
 
Fantastic job Debi.  Can’t wait to see what you knit next.

New Yarn Alert:  The beautiful Marla from Manos del Uruguay has just arrived at Wool & Grace.  Marla is made from 2 stra...
02/27/2024

New Yarn Alert:  The beautiful Marla from Manos del Uruguay has just arrived at Wool & Grace.  Marla is made from 2 strands of lighter-weight yarn that have been dyed separately and then plied together creating a beautiful, marled look (hence the name). Marla is a DK weight and is 100% merino. 
 
There are so many patterns that would look lovely in Marla, but we wanted to suggest Andrea Mowry’s Traveler Cowl.  This cowl has the same construction as her Shift, which would be a good pattern for this yarn too.  The cowl is worked flat and then seamed together. Three different colors of Marla would give a fabulous, blended look.
 
Come to the store and meet Marla and pick out your next project. 

Time to sign up again for our knitting classes which will start the week of March 12th.  We offer beginner, combo, and i...
02/26/2024

Time to sign up again for our knitting classes which will start the week of March 12th.  We offer beginner, combo, and intermediate classes.  All our classes are an hour and a half long for an eight-week session.  Just sign up for the time that works the best for you.  Our students work on projects they want to do (hat, sweater, blanket, shawl, etc.).  We just ask that you use Wool & Grace yarn only.  Our experienced teachers will guide students with any help that they may need.  Beginners are welcome to sign up for the beginner or combo classes where we recommend a first project.  After that, sky’s the limit. 
 
For our needlepoint friends, we offer two needlepoint classes on Mondays at 11:30 and 1:15.  Classes will also be an hour and a half long and will run over eight weeks. Needlepoint classes will be starting on March 18th.   Linda, our expert needlepoint teacher, will help students of all levels with a variety of skills from practicing their basketweave stitch, choosing threads, and how to do background stitches.  A fun class to attend.
 
So, if you have been wanting to take a knitting or needlepoint class, now is the time! You can sign up on our website under the class tab or sign up in-person.  Hope to see you soon.

Meet Amanda! She just finished the Building with Color Blanket by Michelle Hunter using Sueno DK.  Such a spectacular bl...
02/24/2024

Meet Amanda! She just finished the Building with Color Blanket by Michelle Hunter using Sueno DK.  Such a spectacular blanket!  Amanda is a fabulous knitter and is always looking to learn new skills.  After finishing the Building Blocks Blanket, she was ready to tackle the next book in the Building Series. 
 
Every panel teaches and practices a new skill while featuring colorwork.  Knitters will learn how to do intarsia, short rows, double ended knitting, elongated stitch, knit in the stitch below, mosaic and so much more.  Every new skill is supported with a video and each panel is worked separately. Then, the blanket is seamed together. If you are looking to try something new that will challenge the brain, consider Building with Color.
 
Great job Amanda.  Can’t wait to see what you work on next!!

Our Friday Finishers are all about sweaters this week. Sweater Weather is still here for a little while longer.  We star...
02/23/2024

Our Friday Finishers are all about sweaters this week. Sweater Weather is still here for a little while longer.  We start with Kelly and her adorable dog Herman. Kelly made the Waffley Pullover by Pamela Wynne using Hedgehog Fibre’s Tweedy.  This pullover is made in pieces from the bottom up and then seamed together.  Stitches are picked up for the crew neck.  The Tweedy yarn has little colored bits which adds extra texture and pop to this pullover.
 
Next, we have Sharon who made Loopy Mango’s Tomboy Sweater in Merino No. 5.  This sweater is also knit in pieces from the bottom up.  Then, stitches are picked up for the sleeves and neckline.  You can make it cropped or add some length if desired.  Sharon looks ready for a night on the town with her fabulous new sweater.
 
Lastly, we have Jill who made the Anker’s Sweater from PetiteKnit.  She made it out of Sueno’s DK Tweed.  Can you believe this is her first sweater?  Looks fantastic.  The sweater is worked in-the-round from the top down.  The yoke is worked in sections of the rib.  There is also a tee version of this sweater called the Anker’s  Summer Shirt which has short sleeves.
 
Great job all.  What are you knitting? .co

If you haven’t heard, we have a Brooklyn Tweed Trunk show at W&G for the month of February.   Here are three more sample...
02/22/2024

If you haven’t heard, we have a Brooklyn Tweed Trunk show at W&G for the month of February. 
 
Here are three more samples all designed by Jared Flood.  The first is the Byway Wrap being modeled by Jenn.  This pattern is written for the adventurous beginner and has a scarf or wrap option.  Our sample was done in Quarry, but we have very little left, so any bulky yarn would be a good substitute.  The piece is made of chunky cables and different textured stitches.  You will be warm and toasty in the Byway Wrap.
 
Next, we have two samples that are done in brioche stitch.  We recommend these pieces for intermediate and advanced students.  Brioche is a fun stitch to work but challenging to take out.  Ellen is modeling the Nido pullover which is a unisex sweater.  The brioche stitch creates a plush and exaggerated look.  The sweater is done in Arbor which is a fabulous yarn to work with.  Soft, but shows stitch definition beautifully. 
 
Our last sample is the Roil Scarf being modeled by Harriet.  It is made of Arbor with a brioche tuck stitch and cables.  We did feature this the other day, but worth showing again.  Definitely a more advanced project, but great for anyone who wants a challenge.  The cables are stunning.
 
Stop by to see all the pieces in the Brooklyn Tweed Trunk show before it goes, and if you see something you like, make sure to take a pic so you can refer to it later. 

Looking for an easy project?  Well, may we suggest the New Canaan Infinity Cowl by Elizabeth Smith.  Our friend Suzanne ...
02/22/2024

Looking for an easy project? Well, may we suggest the New Canaan Infinity Cowl by Elizabeth Smith. Our friend Suzanne just made this cowl, and it is keeping her warm in chilly Colorado. She used cowgirlblues Fluffy Mohair with gorgeous results.

This pattern is great for a beginner because it is knit in-the-round and features a 4-row textured stitch pattern. And the great thing is that the pattern is written for five weights, so once you make it in Fluffy Mohair, make it in another weight as well. We have lots of color choices available.

https://www.woolandgrace.com/shop/c/p/Cowgirl-Blues-Fluffy-Mohair-x79351234.htm

We have a Brooklyn Tweed Trunk Show in the store and lots of great samples to share with you.  Come visit them, try them...
02/20/2024

We have a Brooklyn Tweed Trunk Show in the store and lots of great samples to share with you. Come visit them, try them on and pick your next project. The trunk show will be visiting until the end of February.
 
Jill is wearing the Garden Cardigan by Jared Flood. This sweater is made of a worsted weight, so Brooklyn Tweed’s Shelter, Tones or Imbue Worsted would all work beautifully.  We have all three yarns in stock.  This sweater has beautiful architectural details with the geometric cable looking very much like a garden trellis.  The sweater has a band and shawl collar, and the sleeves are wide and relaxed.  A stunning piece. This sweater is considered an intermediate level. 
 
Next, we go to a beginner project, the interval shawl being modeled by Ellen.  This piece is the perfect first shawl pattern for a new knitter using basic techniques.  A straightforward shawl to knit and fun to wear.  Brooklyn Tweed’s Arbor is a great choice for this shawl. 
 
Lastly, we have Carrie who is wearing the Saddler by Aiste Butkeviciene made with Shelter.  This sweater is like a comfy sweatshirt with pinstripes.  The garment is worked flat and in pieces from the bottom up and then sewn together.  The contrasting color columns are worked with a crochet hook once the piece is finished. There are three different versions of the sweater available with varying lengths and sleeves.  One version even has bust darts for a perfect fit.  This pullover is considered an intermediate project and great for someone who is attending class.
 
Check out all these pieces and more when you stop by the store.

Meet Matt and Ellen and they have been married 50 years! Matt is our resident weaver and Ellen is a prolific knitter.  T...
02/18/2024

Meet Matt and Ellen and they have been married 50 years! Matt is our resident weaver and Ellen is a prolific knitter.  They are both wearing items that they made from cowgirlbues.
 
Matt wove his scarf using Cowgirlblues Merino DK.  A gorgeous design.  Ellen is wearing the I’ve Got Sunshine Shawl designed by Bridget Henderson and made with cowgirlblues merino twist.  A beautiful garter stitch shawl with blocks of stripes and color. 
 
Such a feeling of accomplishment to wear a finished project, and in Ellen’s case, show it to the person who designed it.  Great job!  We are open from 12-4 today (2/18), so come on by to pick your next project.

Today, we have just one Friday Finisher because we thought her project deserved a little extra attention.  Back in Decem...
02/16/2024

Today, we have just one Friday Finisher because we thought her project deserved a little extra attention.  Back in December, Marisa went shopping with her daughter who pointed out a big blanket that she loved.  Rather than buy it, Marisa thought to herself, “I can make that.”
 
She came to her Saturday afternoon class and developed a plan with her knitting teacher, Alex.  She wanted a bulky blanket with three cables.  So, she picked Cascade’s Spuntaneous and started swatching.  Marisa used the Spectacular Spuntaneous Blanket pattern as her base and then did a little experimenting.  She redesigned the pattern to include the cables and worked with her teacher to finalize the pattern details. Then, she knit up the beautiful Sarah Blanket named after her daughter. Her goal was to get it to her on Valentine’s Day, and she did (even with a little package tracking drama).
 
The point of this story is that if we see something, we can make it!!!  And think how special a handmade blanket is compared to a store bought one.  Marisa sent her daughter a big hug from home. 

Have you made something that you saw in a store? We would love to hear about it.

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