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Saturday, February 11, 2012
Tell us Three reasons why you Needlepoint
and we'll send you three skeins of silk
... post your responses here ....
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commented on 13-Feb-2012 11:33 AM:
I love needlepoint: (1) because of the creativity involved in combining colors, textures, stitches, and imagination; (2) because of the enchantment I experience from seeing new canvases, designs, colors, and threads, and the wonder and awe I experience
when viewing a finished pieces; and (3) because of all the wonderful stitchers, shops, vendors, and suppliers - everyone is exceptionally helpful, gracious, and just plain nice in this hustle-bustle world.
commented on 13-Feb-2012 12:03 PM:
I love needlepoint because it provides me the challenge that I need/want in my needlework. Sometimes I want the challenge of having to decide what threads/colors/stitches to use, and painted or drawn canvases do a great job of that. Sometimes my challenge
is just simply putting a needle in my hand and I can't or don't want to make all those decisions. That's when I pull out a counted canvas, where someone else has made all those decision for me. And third, needlepoint (like most other kinds of needlework) is
a stress reliever for me. I get crabby when I don't have enough time to do needlework on a daily basis. Plus, some of those canvases are gorgeous enough to hang on a wall unstitched (but why would I want to give up the pleasure of stitching them?). So, there
are four reasons why I love needlework. Can't wait to see what others come up with! Carol S.
commented on 13-Feb-2012 12:35 PM:
I really enjoy needlepoint as a form of relaxation (except when I am ripping!!!) The different fibers can bring so much life to a piece and in the end you have created your own piece of Art.
commented on 13-Feb-2012 12:59 PM:
Needlepoint is my passion and has been for many years. I also do cross stitch, knit and crochet but my first love is needlepoint. Not only does it provide creativity when working on a painted canvas, it is such a stress reliever. I find sitting for hours
pouring over stitch books to find that one special stitch and having in work in the appropriate space so rewarding. Not only do I stitch needlepoint for relaxation but gifts for family and friends all year long. Just yesterday I was teaching my 23 month old
grandson how to get the needle in and out of the canvas. He even helps me put stretcher bars together and hands me tacks one at a time. Pure joy having him take an interest in my favorite hobby. For the past several years I have taught 4 projects; bargello
Christmas ball, charted pillow, angel painted canvas and box Christmas ornament to a group of 15 local women with no needlepoint experience. Not only did they all finish their projects but many have gone on to stitch more projects on their own. Such a good
feeling to spread the world of needlepoint to others and support the LNS. I stitch needlepoint whenever and wherever I can. Awaiting delivery from my finisher of several Lee Faberge Easter eggs and a Stitch Its Easter sweater.
commented on 13-Feb-2012 01:58 PM:
I needlepoint because: It's cheaper than therapy And I have something beautiful to cherish as a result And stitchers are my best friends ever!
commented on 13-Feb-2012 04:42 PM:
I love needlepoint because it relaxes me , it gives me a chance to be creative and experimental, and thirdly, I can make beautiful personal gifts for people.
commented on 13-Feb-2012 07:14 PM:
1. I get to play with beautiful colorful fibers and beads; 2. I have something to do while I watch TV (and vice versa); 3. I get to share a mutual hobby with my daughter
commented on 13-Feb-2012 10:19 PM:
1 - The endless variety - I love to see what other people have done with something I did. 2 - The threads and colors I get to play with! You can feel rich even if it's "only" DMC floss. 3 - May sound silly, but I see results faster than a lot of other
needlework - so instant gratification lol!
commented on 14-Feb-2012 09:23 AM:
I love needepoint as it relaxes me and I get to play with all sorts of fibers and learn new stitches all the time. It is a great stress reliever.
commented on 14-Feb-2012 10:17 AM:
1. It is my therapy. 2. I love the look, feel, and color of the threads. 3. I love the look of the finished pieces in my home.
commented on 14-Feb-2012 10:32 AM:
I needlepoint because: I love it, it relaxes me, it comforts me, it brings out my creativity, it lets me express myself, it challenges me, it is my passion, it is part of me especially when I give it as a gift and it is cheaper than therepy...3 reasons?
LOL that's like asking Elizabeth Barrett Browning, "How do I love thee...
commented on 14-Feb-2012 10:55 AM:
1. The limitless possibilities to explore in textures and colors. 2. The portability of being able to easily bring a project bag to the office or to curl up in a window seat or on a long commute. 3. The meditation.
commented on 14-Feb-2012 05:15 PM:
It is productive- I have something beautiful at the end of a project. It is relaxing- almost as if I were meditating. It is creative- I love that no one else will have exactly the same piece- I get to pick fibers, colors and stitches.
commented on 14-Feb-2012 07:05 PM:
For the friends I've made while belonging to needlework guilds, for the relaxation it gives while creating something beautiful, for the ability to share this wonderful art with others through example, teaching, and as gifts.
commented on 15-Feb-2012 11:59 AM:
1.Love to take a blank canvas an see what evolves. 2. It gives me a chance to create colors by mixing Thread colors. Because of the slower pace creations evolve as I work.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:02 PM:
1. It keeps me sane. 2. I create beauty. 3. My gifts are one of a kind.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:10 PM:
I needlepoint because 1) my grandma used to do it. She taught me, and now that she's gone, it's a nice connection that I still have with her. 2) It is so relaxing! 3) I love to frame my works and hang them in my house. A great, and inexpensive, way to
decorate with designs I actually like!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:11 PM:
1.It is therapeutic, 2. Finished projects provide endless possibilities for the home, and gifts for friends etc, whilst being a hobby. 3, Seeing the beauty of the project as it comes to life give an unbelievable sense of satisfaction, pride and joy. <3
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:19 PM:
1. It's gives me meditative time to myself. 2. It allows me to add beauty to the world. 3. Because it's a thread that runs through (at least) five generations of women in my family.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:29 PM:
Love Needlepoint - it gives you something tangible, measurable, creative, lasting, and beautiful. ties me to my mum and other wonderful people who have taught me skills and techniques, relaxing...did I mention Pretties! oh the pretties! Such very very
cool things now available courtesy of the internet *happy sigh*
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:31 PM:
I need needlepoint because it makes me feel creative without having to be artistically gifted, stitching relaxes me and keeps my ever-running brain occupaied, and because I love, love, love all the pretty things I can make.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:42 PM:
I have no artistic talent but, when I needlepoint, I create works of art. Needlepoint fills in the time beautifully while waiting at airports or in doctors' waiting rooms. I always give needlepoint pillows if I'm not sure how much money to spend on a gift
or even if a gift is required, at all.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:52 PM:
Share the bounty of love and thoughts of concern and well-being. Bring tangible reminders of beauty and peace, joy and tranquility to those in need. Create memories for tomorrow's generations. Those are some of my reasons.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 12:53 PM:
I'm only a newbie to embroidery and needlepoing and fabric in general, but I'm already in love and addicted and receive great joy from each new project I try. I would love to win these wonderful silk skeins. I don't know if I qualify, being a newbie and
being in Ireland, but thanks for being so generous in offering this to each one of us!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:04 PM:
I needlepoint because it's a fun way to relax, I love playing with colors, and it's so interesting to learn about and try needleworking techniques that have existed for so long. So those are three of my reasons--it was hard to pick!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:07 PM:
Why do I needlepoint? Gosh, so many reasons... but, the top three... 1.) I've designed it for almost 30 years now, 2.) for me it's not just a form of play, but also a meditation, and 3.) it allows me to make the most amazing, and personal, heirlooms to
pass through the generations... just as my great-grandmother passed to me, and as I am passing to my children. It's a skill and a gift that will last long beyond my years here.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:11 PM:
Love silk. Have never used it for needlepoint though. Looking forward to trying this out.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:13 PM:
What a great giveaway! I like to make things I like the different colours, this make me happy. The most important reason is,it give me rest. I hope you sent to Holland.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:18 PM:
I like watching the empty canvas fill with a design. I like the constrained nature of working on a grid, and the regularity that the grid brings.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:24 PM:
Colour. Colour and texture. Colour, texture and the shapes they can make.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:28 PM:
I love to needlepoint because it is a marvelous way to be creative, to share your talent and to learn to something new.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:31 PM:
Because it's beautiful and relaxing. I love the colors and different textures and looks you can get from stitches and different threads
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:35 PM:
That's like asking Elizabeth Barrett Browning: "How do I love thee..." Needdlepoint in relaxing, comforting, stimulating, creative, challenging, and yes, better than thearpy!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:47 PM:
I love to do it for many reasons, but one that first pops out is that I am doing what my grandmother and her's did before. I love the history in that. I love passing the same love of needlepoint and down to my granddaughter who is 8 and seeing her stick
out her tongue just as I do. I love having one of a kind, handcrafted gifts to give and see the amazed look on their face when the realize someone cares enough to make them a gift. Three reasons just touch the ice burg as to why needle point is a part of my
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:53 PM:
Needlepoint is one of my many favorite things to do. I find it relaxes me, invokes my imagination, I can clear my head of all the business of the day, develop new ideas, and enjoy the finished pieces displayed in my home or knowing someone else is lovingly
displaying the works made personally for them.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 01:59 PM:
Love needlepoint (1) because of the way it looks - love the variety of stitches (2) it's meditative, calming & relaxing and (3) because I love ALL things made by the hand.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 02:01 PM:
I love needle point because it is relaxing, it lets me play a little outside of the box and get in touch with my creative side, and it allows me to finish things in my home with a personal touch.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 02:02 PM:
I love needlepoint because it's meditative, tactile so creative. Thanks for this great offer.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 02:18 PM:
Hello- I needlepoint because...well, I'm just happier when I'm stitching and it's been that way since can remember. It satisfies me in pretty much every way--by calming my mind, engaging my creativity and exciting my senses. The feel, the colors and the
process of a project progressing. thanks! Please so not use my address for anything other than this offer. Thank you very much. 849 Almar Ave Suite C, PMB-422 Santa Cruz, CA 95060
commented on 16-Feb-2012 02:41 PM:
I am speechless over this giveaway...thank you so so much. I love it mostly for the same reason I first got into it: the history of it. I love that I am keeping that tradition alive and eventually will teach my daughter to do the same. I also love how
therapudic/relaxing it is and finally I love that it's a skill I can use with so much other crafting. Thank you again (I will be creating an account with you).
commented on 16-Feb-2012 03:12 PM:
1. I love the look and feel of the thread, 2. I love the look of the finished objects, and 3. it is much cheaper than therapy.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 03:18 PM:
1. I like the versatility. 2. I like the stitch variety. 3. I can see the holes on the canvas!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 03:23 PM:
Needlepoint gives me focus, it stops me thinking of the chronic pain I live with. It gives me joy because I am being creative, and it gives me pleasure to be able to give a gift that I've made to a loved one.
Carol Lee Parry
commented on 16-Feb-2012 03:32 PM:
Silk is easier to use - it doesn't knot up or snag in linen. The colors are richer than cotton. Thx for sharing your silks with us. I will e-mail an address.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 03:39 PM:
I began needlecraft at five years old. It was simple stitch cards, but the memory is clear. For some reason putting a needle through thread and pulling pretty colors quiets my soul. I love that you can take your needlecraft any where. Lastly needlecraft
is eminently fascinating and a wonderful creative outlet.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 03:55 PM:
Three reasons I love needlepoint: 1. Coloring for grownups with the biggest box of "crayons" ever! 2. People who see my work call me an "artist." Which is cool because I am just a really good tecnician with perfectionist tendencies and excellent fine motor
manipulation skills. 3. Other stitchers are awesome. I've met some of the most fascinating people through stitching guilds, classes, etc.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 03:58 PM:
Needlepoint gives me the lovely pleasure of color in winter, the tactile delight of fibers underneath my fingers, and the long lasting delight of creating something new to beautify my life.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 03:58 PM:
I needlepoint because 1) it's my therapy and my de-stressor :)) 2) I needlepoint because I enjoy it! I enjoy seeing the finished products 3) and I love my needlepoint friends! What a wonderful giveaway! Thanks!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:10 PM:
I have recently been learning to needlepoint under the supervision of my mom. I love all fibercrafts, but I especially enjoy the precision of needlepoint. I also love the huge variety of different stitches. But most importantly, I love that I can sit with
my mom and stitch!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:14 PM:
Three reasons? It's a challenge, and that's always fun! It's potentially beautiful (hopefully I'll get there). And it's so relaxing, once I figure out which stitches I am going to do and just get into the rhythm and zen of it. Thank you!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:17 PM:
I love working with combining colors and textures. It's a way to express my artistic side without getting as messy as my husband! (Who's a ceramic artist). And I can work while sitting on the floor with my babies instead of having to wait till naptime
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:21 PM:
1- needlepoint is like painting with thread and fiber. 2 - it connects me historically to the multitudes of women that worked with needles over the generations. 3 - I am keeping an art alive.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:30 PM:
Only "3" reasons? Wow... first: I'm facinated to see how a work of art "comes together." Second: I receive a sense of calm and peacefulness while I stitch.... Therapy! Third: The feel of floss running through my fingers to create is something that is unmatched
by any other feeling.... well... except perhaps the taste of chocolate! Barb in Syracuse
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:36 PM:
1- I love the creative process, but i'm terrible at painting or drawing, so i do needlecrafts (not just needlepoint, i sew and knit as well 2 - I have something to do while pumping milk for my son as well as while watching TV 3 - I'm cheap, too cheap to
buy art to put on my walls, so i hang my own needlework
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:41 PM:
I love needlepoint because it's always been a tradition in our family (I was taught different techniques by my mother, grandmother, and great grandmother!), because it's so creative(!), wonderfully relaxing, and just sooooo pretty overall :)
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:47 PM:
My great grandmother taught me how to needlepoint. Her skill made me become fond of the craft. It also made me dive into other endeavors. I enjoy knitting making jewelry and creating clothes. All because she showed me a very creative outlet!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:49 PM:
I am a Humane Officer and I handle the Humane Investigation part of the job. I Needle point for stress relief. I find that the quite centers me and I am creating something beautiful after a nasty, ugly, hate filled day.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:53 PM:
I enjoy needlpointing because 1) I find it very therapeutic, 2)it helps me to express myself creatively, and 3) I feel a true sense of satisfaction when I have completed a project!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:56 PM:
I love to needlepoint because (1) it's so relaxing, (2) I enjoy sharing the beauty of the finished product with friends and family, and (3) because I enjoy trying different techniques with my creative projects.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:58 PM:
I needlepoint because I find it relaxing, but challenging enough that I stay interested without ever getting so frustrated I want to give up =)
commented on 16-Feb-2012 04:59 PM:
I do all sorts of crafts. I enjoy needlepoint because of the gorgeous creations that come from it. I like the relaxation that comes from crafts (needlepoint included). I like being able to be with friends, or watching TV, or alone when I do projects. I
love being versatile!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:02 PM:
I needlepoint, mostly on paper and in books, because (a) I love the contrast between the thread and text (b) I love the way it occupies my hands and (c) I am constantly amazed by the skills of many of the women (and men) who needlepoint, and know that
practice makes me betters, and I may one day reach their skill level
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:23 PM:
I like it because it is a creative enterprise that allows you to take iconic or classic prints and enmesh your own creativity with it. I love art, I love old prints, but I want to interact with it than just buy a print. Sometimes you can leave your own
mark on it, like reverse the colours or add your interpretation to it. I like that.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:28 PM:
1) I like to make things for other people 2) It increases myself esteem when i make something cool 3) I enjoy working with the different colors, and hving things to look for at the store.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:30 PM:
I love needlepoint because it's so meditative. It's such a great way to relax, and then you have a beautiful piece of work to be proud of!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:33 PM:
I have always enjoyed needle point because it is something my mom taught me. We would do needle point together sitting on the couch. I have continued to teach any child girl or boy that has been in my life how to needle point it is some thing anyone can
learn to do. Needle point lasts forever.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:37 PM:
1. Colors 2. Creativity 3. Working with my hands
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:40 PM:
Three reasons to get skeins? Roses, flowers and Bouquets-I can just see some gorgeous frames of these in my bedroom!!!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:48 PM:
I love it because it gives me something to do with my hands and I get a huge sense of satisfaction with a beautiful thing to show for it!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 05:52 PM:
I love needlepoint because of the memories of my mom making items, because of the beauty of the finished piece and because of the hands being busy as you are doing needlepoint. I would use these skeins to accent dresses and dolls i make for Dress A Girl
Around the World!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 06:17 PM:
I needlepoint for the quiet, the beauty and the satisfaction.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 06:17 PM:
I love to needle point because its calming. I like to create beautiful things. And the art of it has been around so long. It puts me in touch with my ancestors :) I just created a account, so my address should be on file.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 06:29 PM:
1) I can make EXACTLY what I want, and it will be 2) perfectly unique, and 3) meaningful, because I've made it!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 06:30 PM:
Why I needlepoint? Because it provides my mind with rest while my hands seem to create beauty all by themselves; because the results are beautiful, sometimes unexpected; because I enjoy using fabrics in my crafts!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 06:31 PM:
Now that my children are older, I have been able to experiment with so many different crafts...some new, some like old friends being re-visited. One of the new "friends" is neelepoint. While I have cross-stitched and still crochet, I love the elegance
of needlepoint. I, too, feel as though I am connecting with ancestors and am passing on traditions to the next generation either by sharing my needlepoint skills with others, or by passing on gifts to friends and loved ones. Needlepoint is so relaxing, and
it makes me feel very proud of what evolved onto the fabric. Thanks for such a generous offer!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 06:46 PM:
I love how soothing needlepoint is...and watching the positive & negative shapes come together.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 07:08 PM:
I so enjoy having 'small' projects to work with, Needlepoint is wonderful artform to share with my children, My mother introduced me to needlepoint.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 07:44 PM:
I needlepoint because I enjoy the creativity behind it. I needlepoint because I like seeing the outcome, the picture or words that I have created. I also like needlepoint because of the reactions I get when I give my creations away to people for gifts.
thanks for this giveaway. It is very generous.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 07:45 PM:
I love needlepoint because I find it exciting to watch my stitches grow into a pattern and then a picture and then become something. I love it because it is so relaxing, while I stitch I can think or dream or pray or just be. Also I love it because it
connects me to people who went before me, my mother, my grandmothers and so on.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 07:55 PM:
Doing needlepoint is a nice way to relax and be mindful, I love working with color, and when it's done, there's something lovely your hands made.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 08:36 PM:
Needlepoint is therapeutic. It allows me to clear my mind. And when I'm done, I've accomplished something despite any obstacles I've faced during the day. It can't be beat.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 09:22 PM:
I love to needlepoint because it's so relaxing. Also, it's so beautiful, like painting on cloth. Since I can't actually paint, this lets me create beautiful things anyway. And, the things I make are fantastic to people! Often, I don't buy a pattern or
kit unless I know who I plan to stitch it for. I never keep the pieces I stitch because I love the expressions on peoples faces when they receive them!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 09:39 PM:
I love working with fiber and needlepoint is my newest obsession.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 09:43 PM:
I needlepoint as a way to meditate and be mindful of what my fingers are doing. I needlepoint as a way to create beauty in the world around me. I needlepoint as a way to stay connected to my grandmother, who taught me how, and I miss her so terribly much!
commented on 16-Feb-2012 09:57 PM:
I love the feeling of accomplishment when I finish a piece, the realization of a combination of ideas, beautiful threads, and work. I love colors and textures and the freedom of thread, permanent, textured art. I love the steady progression and homeyness
of working with thread.
commented on 16-Feb-2012 10:42 PM:
I love to do mixed thread on canvas - mostly with geometric designs. I love almost all colors to use (not all at once:). Needlepoint is a bit like writing sonnets - you have the structure inherent in the canvas, but you can do almost infinite designs on
that base. :) Linda
commented on 16-Feb-2012 11:02 PM:
Wow thanks so much for this giveaway!!!Why I love needlepoint is very simple its amazing.My mom taught me how to do it and i still do it.You can create so many beautiful designs with needlepoint.Another reason why I love needlepoint is because its very
challenging and I just love challenges !!!
commented on 17-Feb-2012 12:06 AM:
I needlepoint because 1) it is a family tradition. My grandmother taught my mother, who taught me. 2) I love being able to create unique gifts and decor for my baby's room. 3) I love to combine the colors to create vibrant depth in any image.
commented on 17-Feb-2012 01:44 AM:
My husband and I recently got into doing needle point together. I love it because it is something him and I do together The colors and textures amaze me It is always a learning experience and endless creative output
H J Hess
commented on 17-Feb-2012 01:55 AM:
Needlepoint is soothing. Choosing a design and/or colors of thread exercises my need for color and form. Thank you for this giveaway. Look forward to your newsletter. .
commented on 17-Feb-2012 02:02 AM:
I find needlepoint very centering...it is like therapy watching the thread weaving in and out. It brings me joy to pass along the craft and tradition. Thirdly, im inspired by so many things around me...nature, other people, art...and needlepoint provides
me with an outlet of expression and creativity.
commented on 17-Feb-2012 03:17 AM:
I embroider to relax. I enjoy working on complex pieces that my husband draws. I encorporate my pieces into bags. Thanks for the opportunity to try some silk!
commented on 17-Feb-2012 03:27 AM:
I love needlepoint for the amount of colors, the face of the people I give the present and the satisfaction of doing something with my hands. Thank you for this giveaway.
commented on 17-Feb-2012 03:41 AM:
I love to relax with a project in the evening. I can take my work with me to work on while I wait (Dr office, etc) I love color and this gives me so many options
commented on 17-Feb-2012 03:51 AM:
I like to needlepoint because it works my hands; being productive. The needlepoint canvas allows a creative canvas to explore stitches and feelings. The craft of needlepoint continues to paint pictures with more dimension and texture than ever before,
it is constantly evolving. I enjoy the option to do simple stitches as well as the more ornate.
commented on 17-Feb-2012 03:53 AM:
Needlepoint give me the enormous joy to play with colors, to create something that embellish life ... a real relaxation.
commented on 17-Feb-2012 04:22 AM:
I love the feel, the look and the colors!
commented on 17-Feb-2012 04:24 AM:
I love needlepoint because it is beautiful to feel, it is individual, and it is pleasant to look at and is so rich looking. My best project was seats for my dining chairs. They are gorgeous.
commented on 17-Feb-2012 04:32 AM:
I needlepoint because: first thing is that I love it, and then it help me so much when my husband was in USMC for 21 years, and the last is to survive my two adult children so that is my three reason I love needlepoint. Thank you I hope I can get three
silk skeins to work with. Rita
commented on 17-Feb-2012 04:35 AM:
1) I love the vast array of designs abvailable. 2) I love using different colours and textures for different effects. 3) I love being creative - it relxes and de-stresses me. :) email: Kincavel_Krosses@yahoo.co.uk
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