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Giveaway: SewStylish Spring 2012 Fashion Sewing Guide

You could win a copy of SewStylish Spring 2012 by simply leaving a comment at the bottom of this page. Tell us which article appeals most to you. Leave your comment on this post before the deadline-11:59 p.m., February 15-and you could win a copy of the issue. The winner will be randomly selected and announced during the week of February 20. 


Here are the highlights:

• Stellar Machine Features. These sewing machine options make the job easier than you've ever imagined.

• Custom Lace Top. The season's hottest luxury fabric is simple to sew.

• Get On a Roll. Cut fabric efficiently with rotary cutters and mats.

• Serging Secrets. Discover what a serger can do for your sewing.

• The Mighty Pin. Don't overlook its importance.

• Make It Your Way. Three designers take the same pattern in new directions.

• Copy That. Trace the fit of your favorite sleeve and darts.

• Express Pocket. A quick method for a bulk-free version.

• Easy Ease. Learn how it affects fit, appearance, and comfort.

• Perfect Match Tote. Delicate embroidered fabric meets sturdy lambskin trim in this sweet, yet tough, bag.

• Denim in Detail. This everyday fabric could easily work the runway.

• All Laced Up. Turn and old-fashioned closure into a cool design feature (cover story).

• Sew It, Style It. Mix what you've sewn with what you own.

• Painted Lace. Apply dye with a brush for multicolored effects.

• Metal Eyelets. Embellish with a hint of hardware.

• Piece Movement. Strip patchwork creates exciting color panels.

And of course, you'll also find our regular departments:

• Designer Insider. Suede Sews.

• Fabric Lab. Light Layers.

• Cool Tools

• Trend to Technique. Jeweled Clutch.

• Couture Know-How. How to Trim a Neckline.

• Fast & Fabulous. Bows Galore.


We all have our favorites. What do you think yours will be in this issue? Tell us in a post.

Comments (240)

ladybug380 ladybug380 writes: I would love to read at lot of these articles. But I think Get on a Roll, Make it your Way, & Easy Ease would be great.
Posted: 11:27 am on December 1st

cherfashion cherfashion writes: The article "Make It Your Way" sound great. I always like to make each pattern my own so can't wait to see what they did.
Posted: 2:00 am on January 25th

TSUProf TSUProf writes: Get on a roll would be the article I am most interested in. Cutting is the most important aspect of sewing or quilting. It sure makes sewing a lot easier. Thanks.
Posted: 7:10 pm on January 15th

Missahope Missahope writes: Perfect match tote would be my pick! Love making bags!
Posted: 10:55 pm on January 7th

Charlene003 Charlene003 writes: new to thread and LOVE IT!
Posted: 8:18 am on June 5th

luvtodesign luvtodesign writes: I have never read this magazine and this would be a great way to read it to win it. I would love to see what the magazine is like. It looks really great but just.......Hope I win!!! LOL!!!

Posted: 1:05 am on February 22nd

missengland missengland writes: Just learning so this would be a great help!
Posted: 6:12 am on February 20th

wicked_stitcher wicked_stitcher writes: despite the fact that i've used a serger for finishing edges for many years, and venture sometimes into other uses, i would love to unravel the mystery of all a serger can do, so that's the topic that most interests me
Posted: 9:49 pm on February 15th

perrywinkle perrywinkle writes: Serging Secrets!
Posted: 4:03 pm on February 15th

Irina_Sofia Irina_Sofia writes: I like to sew my own garmets and style them with something I already own, so "Sew It, Style It" would interest me. :)
Posted: 3:07 am on February 14th

smfsprout smfsprout writes: I could spend hours on each and every article but my first choice would be "Get on a Roll" and then "Express Pockets". Thanks for the opportunity to win.
Posted: 8:45 pm on February 13th

ladybug380 ladybug380 writes:
Posted: 1:23 pm on February 13th

ladybug380 ladybug380 writes: Easy Ease, Learn how it affects fit, appearance and comfort.
Posted: 1:23 pm on February 13th

stitchandsew stitchandsew writes: It's impossible to keep my decision to one article! I couldn't better than three. Anyway, I'll hold Make It Your
Way and Piece Movement,and submit my FIRST choice Copy That.
I always have trouble with sleeves and darts, and would love to read the article to help me understand how to handle it,

Many thanks.
Posted: 10:09 pm on February 12th

jzzl jzzl writes: I love grommets & eyelets. I am always looking for new ways to use them.
Posted: 8:30 pm on February 12th

sewsewfabulous sewsewfabulous writes: Serger secrets, I always appreciate new ideas for serging.
Posted: 9:37 am on February 12th

sasspiper sasspiper writes: I am looking forward to Easy Ease. I tend to make my own patterns but don't have a proper understanding of ease and would love to learn more about it.
Posted: 6:07 am on February 12th

pickingtulips pickingtulips writes: This may sound a bit naive. But i just received a new sewing machine for christmas a machine that does everything including the dishes and so i am starting a huge new learning curve after using a machine that is over 40 years old. I know that sergers make your life so much easier but I DON"T KNOW HOW or if they are worth buying right now after gettting a fabulous new machine so I can't wait to read the article on "SERGEING SECRETS" to see if its something that I should still be looking at getting and if it will really enhance my sewing.
Posted: 4:30 pm on February 11th

SherrySews SherrySews writes: I think I would be most interested in the article "Copy That. Trace the fit of your favorite sleeve and darts." I am always looking for techniques that allow me to reuse good fit from existing items. I think that this magazine would be another of those 'cover to cover' reads! Lots of good information packed into a few pages, I am sure!
Posted: 3:07 pm on February 11th

heidifp heidifp writes: I'm really excieted for the jeweled clutch article and the painted lace! I'm a seamstress for almost 13 years and have a plethora of stones, jewels, beads and sequins. I've been wanting a flashy eyecatching clutch to incorperate into my own wardrobe! Yay for me. even if i don't win a free copy i'll be buying it anyway because i LOVE the magizine!!!!
Posted: 1:25 pm on February 11th

MaryLeah MaryLeah writes: Several of the articles sound interesting, but I'm most interested in the one about the custom lace top. A friend gave me several yards of quality lace a few years ago and I have had no idea what to do with it.
Posted: 10:52 am on February 11th

angreacum angreacum writes: I am interested in painted lace and Metal eyelets articles.
Posted: 12:26 am on February 11th

alaskaangelgirl alaskaangelgirl writes: Surging Secrets is the deeper knowledge I seek ... sounds like the perfect article for me with my projects...
Posted: 4:56 pm on February 10th

rxxanne rxxanne writes: CopyThat!
Posted: 4:41 pm on February 10th

rapunzel27 rapunzel27 writes: Everything in the magazine sounds like something i want to try. Been sewing since the 7th grade and that is a very long time ago.. Celebrating my 35th Class reunion this do the I am always learning new techniques in sewing. Just wish i knew how to make my own opatterns and how to drape.. need someone to actually show me how to do that one on one. Love Threads and devore it from cover to cover several times ..just wish it was a monthly! :)
Posted: 2:57 pm on February 10th

BeckyPiette BeckyPiette writes: It is hard to decide which article most interests me! So many do. I will settle on the painted lace article. Painting fabric scares me, but I'd love to learn how to do it, and I'd love to work up the courage to try it!
Posted: 9:18 am on February 10th

DesignerExtraordinar DesignerExtraordinar writes: I am a Wedding Dress designer and creator (meaning I sew my own designs) and I am teaching myself to paint on fabric. Your article, "Painted Lace. Apply dye with a brush....." would be a fabulous way to teach me on a new fabric......beyond solid woven. Thank you for your consideration.
Posted: 7:36 pm on February 9th

lalouf lalouf writes: I LOVE this magazine, so many projects to make, dream about & always a wonderful comment on my finished garment. The article that draws my eye to it is Piece Work. I have just started to learn to quilt & hopeing that this gives me a new special project to work on.
Posted: 2:59 pm on February 9th

RiaAndTiggy RiaAndTiggy writes: Oh, I've actually been interested in making a lace top - and even have some beautiful grey lace. I would love to see the article and learn the best techniques to sew this fabric.
Posted: 9:20 am on February 9th

RiaAndTiggy RiaAndTiggy writes: I would dearly love to win a copy of Threads. I've been sewing for a short while and know some of the basics but would like to try more techniques and more difficult garments - including a coat! I definitely need guidance and Threads is a great magazine - as well as an very informative and helpful web site - that I know I could learn a lot from.
Posted: 9:17 am on February 9th

cecine cecine writes: I have a serger and the article serger secret will be very helpfull.

Posted: 8:41 am on February 9th

Romy Romy writes: "Sew it, Style it" is always an interesting subject for me because I like style and when I sew or buy fabric or clothing it is to mix with what I already have and it has to be stylish. And of course I would like to win this magazine!
Posted: 7:47 am on February 9th

sailcocktail sailcocktail writes: I have quite a stash of lace fabric and need more ways to use it, so "Custom Lace Top" is a natural for me. I'd love to get a copy of this issue!
Posted: 6:52 am on February 9th

RosieAnnie RosieAnnie writes: 'Make it your way' takes my fancy but 'sew' do many of the others!! I was so hoping to be able to subscribe to this mag. I subscribe to Threads and just ordered some back issues of Sewstylish, guess i'll have to keep buying back issues every 12 months and wait for them to get to me down under :(
Posted: 12:29 am on February 9th

SEWNYA SEWNYA writes: Painted lace would be my first pick.
Posted: 11:03 pm on February 8th

DebbieBarry DebbieBarry writes: Sew It, style It grabs my interest. Any idea to incorporate the new with those staples in my closet that fit well but are getting boring wins my vote.
Posted: 10:56 pm on February 8th

3feathers 3feathers writes: It would be "Copy That". I always struggle with marking fabric.
Posted: 10:22 pm on February 8th

sradoll sradoll writes: I would probably start with Make it Your Way. I love to see how other people modify a pattern!
Posted: 10:16 pm on February 8th

luvtodesign luvtodesign writes: I would love to read this article and the whole magazine. It looks really great. Good luck to everyone!!
Posted: 8:15 pm on February 8th

eviej eviej writes: I'd like to win so I can make that adorable cutie on the front cover for my daughter, who's away at college and can always use a new cute dress!
Posted: 4:30 pm on February 8th

StudioM StudioM writes: would love to read Make it Your Way

Posted: 4:28 pm on February 8th

eviej eviej writes: OOOOHHHHH! Id love to win the special edition of "Sew Stylist!"
Posted: 4:28 pm on February 8th

Corrales Corrales writes: I haven't done much with my serger lately.Sure could use help in that department. One of my threads keeps breaking no matter how I adjust tension. Also love denim so i'd be interested in that as well.
Posted: 4:15 pm on February 8th

grandmaloveszane grandmaloveszane writes: I have a serger that is not being used to its full potential. I would love to have some help on that subject. I live in a small town and lessons are not available.

Posted: 3:16 pm on February 8th

JeanMau JeanMau writes: All the articles look very interesting, but I would probably go first to the article on sergers. I've owned one for a few years, but don't feel I probably use it to its full potential.
Posted: 1:38 pm on February 8th

ctirish ctirish writes: All the articles are great but the two I would read first are the Stellar machines and then the Serger Secrets..

Posted: 1:38 pm on February 8th

Nyliramirez Nyliramirez writes: This looks like a wonderful magazine with lots of great I'd like to subscribe to!
Posted: 1:03 pm on February 8th

kimimaginethat kimimaginethat writes: Imagine what you can do with all of this wonderful information. Using my serger interests me the most right now but any new ideas and inspiration sets me to dreaming.
Posted: 12:53 pm on February 8th

susan1006 susan1006 writes: I like to make purses and bags so the beaded cluitch caught my eye, but it's the serger article that makes me really want this issue. I bought a serger and I am not having very good luck trying to use it. The store is pretty far away, so I am on my own. I can use all the help I can get:)
Posted: 10:15 am on February 8th

mensew2 mensew2 writes: I am interested in the "Easy Ease" article that focuses on garment appearance, fit, and comfort. Simply, if a garment does not look good and drape well, any money spent on fabric, thread, and notions, has been a waste of money and my time constructing it.
Posted: 7:58 am on February 8th

Soosewiets Soosewiets writes: Such a great magazine, such a shame I can't winn, for you don't ship to Europe.
Posted: 7:57 am on February 8th

KathfromOz KathfromOz writes: Oohh, the 'Perfect Match Tote". The delicate embroidered fabric grabbed me first, and then the surprise element, the very different textural component of the sheep skin, sealed the deal.
Posted: 6:31 am on February 8th

scrandall scrandall writes: This looks like a great magazine! Tons of tips and ideas.
Posted: 12:24 am on February 8th

2370 2370 writes: I would be very interested in the article on 3 looks from one pattern. I hope I win the issue! Thank you.
Posted: 11:14 pm on February 7th

jamama jamama writes: Make it your way! That's why we sew, isn't it? would be glad to win!
Posted: 10:59 pm on February 7th

Maggie40 Maggie40 writes: I love the couture Know-How. I am 71, but I could live to be 200 and never learn enough about the art of sewing!
Posted: 10:18 pm on February 7th

dianajanssen dianajanssen writes: Metal eyelets - I have a bunch and it would be good to learn how to use them.

Posted: 10:10 pm on February 7th

sewquilter sewquilter writes: I like the serger article because I love to work with my serger. I also like the pieced panel dress on the cover, I would love to learn how to make one of these dresses.
Posted: 9:37 pm on February 7th

msmargie msmargie writes: I'm excited about all the articles on using lace. Jason Wu's collection at Target is going to make lace VERY popular this season. But the article I'm most interested in is "Make It Your Way." I sometimes have trouble visualizing the possibilities (especially trim) of patterns I like.
Posted: 9:27 pm on February 7th

cathj cathj writes: Serging Secrets, just what I need to get me motivated to finish ALL those tops I've already cut out but am too timid to "serge" ahead.
Posted: 9:17 pm on February 7th

DrivesSewMachBest DrivesSewMachBest writes: I could stand to learn some new and fun "embellishing" ideas. I feel stale. Thanks!
Posted: 9:02 pm on February 7th

fozie fozie writes: Learning about important...I've had to rip out sleeves more than once, argh. Thanks for the chance to win!
Posted: 8:45 pm on February 7th

LaSylvie LaSylvie writes: I would love to get back into sewing. Just for the record, I love the tips in the newsletter.
Posted: 8:15 pm on February 7th

triangles triangles writes: Many of these articles appeal to me, but the ONE I'd have to decide upon is ""Copy That. Trace the fit of your favorite sleeve and darts." I have learned that the most effective method of creating garments that fit is to copy something that you know DOES fit.

Posted: 7:59 pm on February 7th

patternfreak patternfreak writes: The custom lace top article sounds really interesting to me; I recently bought several yards of stretch lace and am trying to decide what to do with it. I love your magazine, it always gives me lots of ideas! Thank you.
Posted: 7:38 pm on February 7th

fergus4 fergus4 writes: I have sewn with pins forever but I am always ready to learn something new. I would read the article on pins the very first thing. I like sharp, thin, long pins. I want to see what you have to tell me to add to my knowledge on their use.... I am getting ready to interest my young granddaughter in learning to sew and want to pass on everything I can to her.
Posted: 7:35 pm on February 7th

janieros janieros writes: I can't wait to read about Easy Ease. I am always looking for ways to make my clothes fit better. I am also interested in Serger Secrets.
Posted: 7:31 pm on February 7th

karynfell karynfell writes: The painted lace article appeals to me first ,but all the articles appeal. thank you.
Posted: 6:48 pm on February 7th

twinpw twinpw writes: I love any article that allows you to make items you would really use without having to purchase a particular distributers item(embroidery CD, pattern # XYZ,etc)but use the items normally found in most sewingrooms.
Posted: 6:39 pm on February 7th

twinpw twinpw writes: I love any article that allows you to make items you would really use without having to purchase a particular distributers item(embroidery CD, pattern # XYZ,etc)but use the items normally found in most sewingrooms.
Posted: 6:39 pm on February 7th

pia50 pia50 writes: The article on painted lace sounds very interesting to me. I am always looking for new technics to use in my sewing.
Posted: 6:16 pm on February 7th

Stitcher75 Stitcher75 writes: Looks like this has some great ideas that could spice up my sewing!
Posted: 5:59 pm on February 7th

pandora57 pandora57 writes: I am with the majority here and would be hard pushed to name a favourite, but I think it will have to be Easy Ease this time, but rest assured the print will be read off the entire magazine!! As usual!
Posted: 5:52 pm on February 7th

ZoeK ZoeK writes: Easy Ease interests me - I always think I need much more than I really do!
Posted: 5:48 pm on February 7th

Elizam Elizam writes: Make It Your Way would be of interest to me. Since I have improved my sewing skills I would like to be able to reuse some of the patterns I currently have to get a different look. I am looking forward to reading the magazine.
Posted: 5:32 pm on February 7th

doreenlinehan doreenlinehan writes: I'd love to read Serger Secrets. Though I'm not as terrified of my serger as I used to be, I still need to learn so much more.
Posted: 5:26 pm on February 7th

manali manali writes: always gets my creative juices flowing, can't wait!

Posted: 5:13 pm on February 7th

Sewsie Sewsie writes: Hey THreads, your website has problems. The page keeps jumping back to the top, and I've had to scroll down to the bottom about eight times now, just to get logged in and leave a comment. When I tried to change one word I wrote, it deleted my whole comment. So I'm not going to re-elaborate again.

I vote for "Get On a Roll. Cut fabric efficiently with rotary cutters and mats."
Posted: 5:09 pm on February 7th

GigiDear GigiDear writes: I always love the Couture Know-How.
I'm thrilled that there are so many articles I am interested in: Lace top, Pins, Denim, the Tote, Painting lace, Lacing up a top -- all of these are my No. 1 pix! :-)
Eyelets, piecing, serging and sewing machine tips -- always useful!
This looks like an excellent issue.
I have been a Threads subscriber for many years now, and I am very happy to see the renewed interest in sewing in the youngest generations of sewers.
Posted: 4:33 pm on February 7th

Jenerator Jenerator writes: I'm very interested in the Lace Top article as I would love to make one either for me or for my daughter.
By the way, is it possible to subscribe to Sew Stylish? I think I used to have a subscription, but now I only get emails advising that it'll be coming out and wait and wait and wait for it to be available at local newsagencies!
Posted: 4:18 pm on February 7th

deedee4 deedee4 writes: I am very interested in SERGER SECRETS when information is available.
Posted: 3:56 pm on February 7th

FionaWest FionaWest writes: I am a new subscriber to Threads, and I LOVE it! I can only imagine what will be in Sew Stylish. I'm sure the lace top will be something I'd be interested in, as well as anything regarding couture techniques. I am a late bloomer as far as sewing is concerned, and I am happy that I found Threads magazine.

Posted: 3:18 pm on February 7th

sewthernbelle sewthernbelle writes: That custom lace top sounds interesting. I've been wanting to make something like that for a while now.
Posted: 3:07 pm on February 7th

en_gee en_gee writes: Metal eyelets would be interesting.
Posted: 3:04 pm on February 7th

Mizmash Mizmash writes: How do you choose just one?! I would like to start with the sewing machine options, as I haven't explored the full potential of my sewing machine; go on to the tote bag (it is my dream to try making as many different fabric bags as possible); then denim (I'd happily wear denim everyday and every where) and before long complete tha magazine cover to cover!
Posted: 2:49 pm on February 7th

sewsable sewsable writes: Painted lace sounds fascinating
Posted: 2:43 pm on February 7th

historicclothing historicclothing writes: My favorite - Make It Your Way.
Teaching and encouraging people to be creative is the best! It can lead to great self expression in the best possible way.
Happy creating everyone :)
Posted: 2:41 pm on February 7th

IreneR IreneR writes: I think the Threads magazine is the best sewing mag. on the market. It gives great couture info and always has inspirational articles. We need more magazines like Threads. Too many others are too simple, like telling us how to make a pillow. I have been sewing for years and appreciate articles, and inspiration for experienced sewers.
Posted: 2:40 pm on February 7th

everbren everbren writes: I have a rather new serger and would love to find out more about using it in everyday sewing!
Posted: 2:39 pm on February 7th

retrobou retrobou writes: Well, as someone jumping back into sewing after a long long hiatus, I am hard pressed to choose just one. Stellar machine features might be one, since I am in the market for a new machine, and they are so so advanced now. Same with serger secrets. I had a serger once and only knew how to serge my ends, never took it beyond that. But oh, the make it your way sounds like something I would love as well. Sigh.
Posted: 2:37 pm on February 7th

whoneedlesthis whoneedlesthis writes: I am thinking couture know how, how to trim a neckline would be my most interesting article, whether it means how to correctly trim the seam allowances under the facing, or how to add trim to make a neckline more attractive. I love Claire Shaeffers couture techniques in Threads, and have her book.
Posted: 2:19 pm on February 7th

chachito chachito writes: I am very interested in lace-painting and dying fabrics. It would be nice to win this magazine
Posted: 2:17 pm on February 7th

TapiocaSunshine TapiocaSunshine writes: The article on metal eyelets is just in time. I want to make something with eyelets, as I see them on fashionable outfits these days, but I'm intimidated by the prospect.
Posted: 1:52 pm on February 7th

mfendley mfendley writes: Love the up to date info. Especially like the designer techniques and ideas. Great that they are willing to share with the rest of us. Thanks
Posted: 1:49 pm on February 7th

Shadegardener Shadegardener writes: Stellar Machine Features would probably be the first article I'd read, but every single article in this issue is of interest to me. I'd love to have it.
Posted: 1:43 pm on February 7th

savannagal savannagal writes: Stellar Machine Features would be of interest to me. I don't know much about my machine. All I really do it straight stitches. I have many feet and don't know what to do with any of them.
Posted: 1:30 pm on February 7th

muddog muddog writes: I love most of the articles in this magazine. I would like to try the lace top and the three different looks from one pattern. I always learn things from this magazine and either tear out specific articles that I want to keep or keep an entire magazine if it is full of articles I can apply routinely. We do not have access to any sewing magazines in this area (to buy over the counter) and I miss that very much. Once we have a permanent address I will definitely be subscribing.
Posted: 1:19 pm on February 7th

adelesdernier adelesdernier writes: Oh sew interested in "Copy That." I am currently learning to draft my own patterns and those techniques will be very valuable.
Posted: 1:15 pm on February 7th

Neosha Neosha writes: Make It Your Way appeals to me the most. When I first started sewing I would purchase one Vogue pattern and make it as many ways as possible. I couldn't afford to buy more patterns. I still like to get one pattern to fit and then use time and again. It would be interesting to see how designers do this.

Posted: 12:54 pm on February 7th

Wrybunz Wrybunz writes: Serging secrets - I've been wanting one for years. But all the articles sound great!
Posted: 12:49 pm on February 7th

ericitocas ericitocas writes: I'm very interested to learn about painted lace.
Posted: 12:42 pm on February 7th

touchthefabric touchthefabric writes: Learned to sew through 4-H and have sewn off and on ever since. Would like to devote more time to sewing, and I believe this issue would be a catalyst for that. The serger article and "Get on a Roll" sound like good articles that I don't want to miss.
Posted: 12:40 pm on February 7th

BaysicKnits BaysicKnits writes: "Make It Your Way. Three designers take the same pattern in new directions" has the most appeal to me. I really like to see how others interpret patterns beyond the example on the front of the envelope!
Posted: 12:20 pm on February 7th

BarbaraTW BarbaraTW writes: This is a great publication. What an inspiration to improve one's skills!

Posted: 12:20 pm on February 7th

atrg322 atrg322 writes: I'm hoping to make a lace embellished dress for a wedding this spring and would love to learn tips on how to work with the fabric!
Posted: 12:17 pm on February 7th

LadyofShalott LadyofShalott writes: Every Issue of Sew Stylish I have seen in the past has been full of good ideas and information. I look forward to getting this new issue!
Posted: 12:14 pm on February 7th

sshaner10 sshaner10 writes: I have recently decided to make all my own clothing for my self and all these articles would help me have a better closet full of clothing!!
Posted: 12:10 pm on February 7th

srb5132 srb5132 writes: Pockets, definitely Pockets!
Posted: 12:09 pm on February 7th

Arlene_Anne Arlene_Anne writes: Express Pocket, Easy Ease, Denim in Detail. Will this teach me how to make a pocket in a garment that doesn't have one? Ease must be the reason some patterns are too big and some too small, all in the same size. Denim -- I never wear it, but I just bought some.
Posted: 11:54 am on February 7th

EmSewCrazy EmSewCrazy writes: The Custom Lace Top would probably be the first place I would go. I have been thinking about making a lace top this spring and having some pointers would be great!
Posted: 11:51 am on February 7th

anniebananie anniebananie writes: That is a very hard question to answer. I've been researching sewing machines, so the timing on the article on stellar features is stellar for me. Likewise, my sister just gave me some antique lace, and I've been pondering what to do with it. I have a serger, but haven't really used it. Yesterday I was bemoaning the fact that my wardrobe is a mismash of unrelated items. This issue will end up in my library one way or another.
Posted: 11:51 am on February 7th

blackberryhill blackberryhill writes: I would be most interested in the Serger Secrets and the Stellaar machine Features articles. I am always looking or new ways to use my sewing machine and serger.
Posted: 11:32 am on February 7th

MeSewPretty MeSewPretty writes: The "Sew It, Style It. Mix what you've sewn with what you own". would definitely be my go to article. Thank you Threads.
Posted: 11:27 am on February 7th

jlimb jlimb writes: All the articles are of interest to me.
Posted: 11:26 am on February 7th

rubicat rubicat writes: I need to learn how to use my rotary cutters efficiently - but I'd also love to know how to make a couture neck trim. Frankly, any of the articles would be interesting.
Posted: 11:21 am on February 7th

karlykitten karlykitten writes: Ease Ease - I am always looking for more technical articles which will help me improve my sewing and fitting skills.
Posted: 11:09 am on February 7th

smpnew smpnew writes: I have been thinking about buying a serger for years. The serger article would really help push me over the edge.
Posted: 11:08 am on February 7th

frilly frilly writes: True to my login, I use lace in many many sewing projects, so am eager to see the lace top article!
Posted: 11:08 am on February 7th

PABarnes PABarnes writes: I always like to know about new sewing tools. I am a fanatic about them.
Posted: 11:07 am on February 7th

Leesy Leesy writes: The article on ease. It's a bugaboo of mine, I always get tucks when I ease, and I never can steam ease into my wools either.
Posted: 11:00 am on February 7th

msewwhat msewwhat writes: There is sooooo much in this magazine that appeals to me! With Spring just around the corner I am planning to sew several pairs of capris from a store bought pattern. Looking forward to "Denim Detail" giving me some inspiration in the creation of my new capris. The "Express Pocket" may be just the extra detail I need to make my capris couture perfect! I hope to use "Easy Ease" to help me get a well fitted look by altering the "ease" in the patterns for a better fit. I always look for more efficient ways to use my sewing machine so "Stellar Machine Features" is definitely on my list. I am looking forward to getting some tips on how to best use my rotary cutter with, "Get on a Roll." "Serging Secrets" will give me some tips on using my serger in more creative ways. I have always wanted to "copy cat" a pattern which I hope to finally learn in "Copy That."
I have been scouring my local fabric shop, Fry's magazine rack and others for this magazine to no avail. I would use every article in it and make you proud!

Posted: 10:58 am on February 7th

SewcietyMaven SewcietyMaven writes: I couldn't decide on one, but anything to do with lace would make me happy!

Posted: 10:54 am on February 7th

SewDian SewDian writes: Too hard to chose only one subject. I love Sew Stylish and read it cover to cover. Everything I read helps me sew a little bit better. Thank you for a wonderful magazine!
Posted: 10:52 am on February 7th

auntPollybBeattie auntPollybBeattie writes: I would very much like to win this.
Posted: 10:49 am on February 7th

designsbyjanetp designsbyjanetp writes: I would like to see the custom lace top znd the Denim in detail. Thanks for the giveaway.
Posted: 10:47 am on February 7th

camesewedconquered camesewedconquered writes: Cutting fabric with a rotary cutter and mat: this appeals to me because I'm back to sewing again after several years of not sewing, and I would like to see how to use this method of cutting material. Also, I don't own a serger, but am interested, so the article on sergers would be interesting for me to read. I have lots to learn, so really the whole issue will be helpful!
Posted: 10:46 am on February 7th

Ayofemi Ayofemi writes: I have been sewing since I was in grade school and I see there are things I can still learn. I was very surprised by the article about pinning. I had an aha moment. I would love to read the entire magazine. I always learn something from any Threads magazine I read.
Posted: 10:45 am on February 7th

Mirja Mirja writes: I would love to learn more about using my serger!
Posted: 10:45 am on February 7th

terrysews terrysews writes: So many things. I'd like to make the cover dress, lace top and copy favorite sleeves, for starters.
Posted: 10:43 am on February 7th

barbconn barbconn writes: I would be interested in the Make It Your Way article. I have been sewing for more than 50 years and I am just beginning to experiment with design changes to a pattern. For a while I sewed for economic reasons, so that I could have new clothes. Then I made enough money to buy RTW so I didn't sew except to mend. Now I have retired and I have the time to play.
Posted: 10:43 am on February 7th

tonip tonip writes: I retired last Friday! I have a serger in my closet, new to me, I've never used it. So many things I want to sew. I've been away from real sewing for 25 years but I did make an apron very similar to the dress on the cover. Style and colors made me take a third look at it!
Posted: 10:35 am on February 7th

Ravenwing999 Ravenwing999 writes: For me the basics of sewing are most important. I taught myself to sew. I now sew for a living, but still find skills [ pinning for instance] where I need more instruction. Most of the articles are of interest to me. Serger Secrets and Make It Your Way are the ones I would read first.
Posted: 10:35 am on February 7th

freshdaily freshdaily writes: I am interested in the express pockets and the custom lace top!
Posted: 10:32 am on February 7th

suesewing suesewing writes: I'd be very interested in learning more about sewing with lace. Also seeing how different a pattern look when sewn by different people fascinates me.
Posted: 10:29 am on February 7th

Sandjen200 Sandjen200 writes: There are several articles I find appealing, but I think my favorite would be "Make it Your Way." It's important to make things in a way one finds satisfying and fulfilling to make a garment one loves.
Posted: 10:21 am on February 7th

AugustaCarol AugustaCarol writes: I'm really interested in the article on serging. I succumbed to a sale on sergers last summer but have yet to use it! The article regarding lace also looks intriguing. Frankly, the whole issue looks fabulous (as usual).
Posted: 10:18 am on February 7th

ellievyle ellievyle writes: This whole issue looks great! :D
Posted: 10:17 am on February 7th

howsew howsew writes: I teach sewing and love to share information with my adult students. They soak it up like a sponge! I'm interested in Copy It, since I often have trouble getting my sleeve/armhole fit correct.
Posted: 10:16 am on February 7th

depotbay depotbay writes: I would love to leave a comment, but I live in Ontario Canada and have been trying to find a copy of the Spring Magazine since it was first shown on this Website. I tried to subscribe to it when it first came out and that was cancelled due to it only coming out occasionally. I have visited 3 different cities in Ontario and gone to various venues which sell Magazines without any luck. So all I can say is "It is a great Magazine". I think I have all the magazines since it began. I have been a subscriber to Threads for quite a few years as well.
Posted: 10:13 am on February 7th

cands2010 cands2010 writes: Serging Secrets, I love sewing with my serger but, I know there's more was to use it.
Posted: 10:06 am on February 7th

nick0166 nick0166 writes: Copy That. Trace the fit of your favorite sleeve and darts-
I so need to learn how to do this as I have to tailor all the outfits I make!
Posted: 9:58 am on February 7th

OFS OFS writes: I'm sort of fascinated by the article on pins and pinning. Big geek, I know :)
Posted: 9:55 am on February 7th

schmam schmam writes: I recently bought a new-to-me Babylock Ellegante -- a huge step up from my Janome Deco! With every project I'm trying to learn at least two new features of this amazing machine. For example, I just discovered a beautiful overcast stitch to use on seam edges of a linen tunic. It was a real time saver because I didn't have to stop and rethread my serger to finish them. "Stellar Machine Features" would be the first article I'd read!
Posted: 9:55 am on February 7th

Isabelsdaughter Isabelsdaughter writes: Let's see, Easy Ease, Serger Secrets, Lace Top....Well, you get the idea. Looks like lots of helpful stuff in this issue. No matter how much sewing I do, there is always more to learn, my favorit part!!!
Posted: 9:52 am on February 7th

Easier Easier writes: Everything on the list of articles looks interesting. I need help with it all!
Posted: 9:52 am on February 7th

NGuy NGuy writes: Want to learn more about how to use my serger!
Posted: 9:35 am on February 7th

Rosebud_52 Rosebud_52 writes: I love my serger but truly don't use it enough. Serger secrets and that custom lace top would be my two favorite articles for sure!!
Posted: 9:31 am on February 7th

Vickysews Vickysews writes: I want it all!! I studied the list and there is not 1 thing that does not appeal to me to enhance my sewing skills. I can't wait till I get my issue and start reading and putting new knowledge to work!! Happy Stitchin'!!
Posted: 9:28 am on February 7th

merilynne merilynne writes: It all sounds great, but I am particularly interested in the strip piecing!
Posted: 9:25 am on February 7th

mabowles mabowles writes: I can't wait to try dyeing lace like shown in this spring's issue. The lace top shown on the website would be look great on a denim linen I have.
Posted: 9:22 am on February 7th

SewNatural01 SewNatural01 writes: I'm looking forward to the piecework article. I have so much beautiful gabric that is not enough to make anything. However this article may give me inspiration to make something beautiful.

Posted: 9:19 am on February 7th

auntPollybBeattie auntPollybBeattie writes: Custom lace top is of great interest to me. Also painted lace sounds like something I would like to read about.
Posted: 9:07 am on February 7th

hoodwinked hoodwinked writes: I don't see anything on the list that would not be a great help to enhance my sewing ability.
Posted: 9:03 am on February 7th

Carolsewmuch Carolsewmuch writes: I always like to learn more about the serger.
Posted: 8:57 am on February 7th

JaneCisneros JaneCisneros writes: I like the sound of Get On a Roll. I'm learning how to make quilt blocks and using the rotary cutter efficiently and smartly seems to be a skill I could use some tips on!
Posted: 8:49 am on February 7th

towens71 towens71 writes: After coming back into sewing for myself after a few years of not, I would love to know more about the lace top! How exciting!
Posted: 8:48 am on February 7th

schmatta schmatta writes: This aging, mellowing rebel would like to read about metal eyelets. I've been wanting to learn how to apply them for some time.
Posted: 8:46 am on February 7th

ridgetop01 ridgetop01 writes: I have recently had weight loss surgery, and now am learning how to fit a brand new body! Your article on "Easy Ease" sounds like it is just what I need to help my sewing transition from oversized baggy garments to fitted ones that are comfortable and attractive!!!
Posted: 8:33 am on February 7th

MJE2 MJE2 writes: Ease has always been a mystery to me. Would love to learn more!
Posted: 8:26 am on February 7th

HStorm HStorm writes: Serging Secrets! I could use a few of those... Thanks!
Posted: 7:27 pm on February 6th

ItaB ItaB writes: As a beginner, I find all of the articles fascinating! But to choose one? I'd say the custom lace blouse
Posted: 1:34 pm on February 6th

Carly_Sue Carly_Sue writes: I would like to see more fitting techniques. the baby boomer population is coming into SS age and needs more instructions on pattern fitting for the rounded back. Love the magazine.
Posted: 8:54 am on February 6th

SewingForKids SewingForKids writes: Sounds like an awesome issue! Hard to decide on just ONE article... But at last, I would have to choose "make it your way." I would love to see three interpretations of the same item. Can't wait to see the results!!
Posted: 12:48 am on February 6th

Meigan Meigan writes: I like the "Make it Your Way" section. Seeing different interpretations of the same design is very inspiring.
Posted: 10:24 pm on February 5th

TamHam TamHam writes: Serging secrets.. and Make it your way!!!
Posted: 8:40 pm on February 5th

stevndi stevndi writes: Make it your way, my favorite
Posted: 3:18 pm on February 5th

matrice43 matrice43 writes: i love the purses
Posted: 1:38 pm on February 5th

CindiT CindiT writes: Just discovered your website. In a word, Awesome!!!
Posted: 2:41 am on February 4th

rour rour writes: I could use the help with eyelets and pockets!
Posted: 9:03 pm on February 3rd

gigisgyrlz gigisgyrlz writes: I just got a new serger and would really like to learn different techniques to use it. There is a real difference in watching it on tv and finally being able to do some of the things I see. Serger Secrets will be a great reference for me to use.
Posted: 6:29 pm on February 3rd

SewingIsFun4All SewingIsFun4All writes: I think I would want to read the copy that one as it would be fun being able to remake the things that I love but have worn to death!
Posted: 6:06 pm on February 3rd

sewpretty sewpretty writes: I would definitely like to read 'Get On a Roll'. I have always cut all my fabric with my highly protected sewing scissors (woe to he whose mind it crosses to use them on anything but fabric). Recently, my ever-so-fabuloso hubby bought me a sewing table, complete with cutting mat, and rotary cutter. ( Told you he was fabulous). I have trouble cutting anything other than straight lines, and lets face it, most of us women need a few curves in our clothing. So a few tips ( or more) from this article would be appreciated, and well, needed.
Posted: 4:54 pm on February 3rd

iluv2sew61 iluv2sew61 writes: I like the Make It Your Way and Copy That. The whole issue seems really great!
Posted: 10:40 am on February 3rd

NMT NMT writes: Oh, my! Where to start...?! I am always fascinated with people's individual creativity and interpretation, so Make it Your Way really appeals to me. This said, I am also looking forward to reading about sewing machine options, serging and mixing what you sew with what you own... Too many interesting topics to pass on this offer - please pick me! :-)
Posted: 9:59 am on February 3rd

MsHem MsHem writes: I love the Sew Stylish Magazine. So many wonderful ideas an helpful tips in one place. I'm very interested in how to redesign a pattern. The article on using pins would be a great refresher and I'm sure there are new applications to learn. Can't wait to get my hands on this!
Posted: 8:28 am on February 3rd

KaSchu KaSchu writes: I am interested in Make It Your Way. I love to see how different people have different ideas and I need the inspiration.
Posted: 5:34 am on February 3rd

DrivesSewMachBest DrivesSewMachBest writes: I learn so much practical things from your SEW STYLISH mags. I'd really appreciate not having to drive 12 miles to get this issue! Thanks!
Posted: 8:39 pm on February 2nd

sewhappybjm sewhappybjm writes: Make it your way. It's always fun to see how varying interpretations of the same pattern.
Posted: 8:14 pm on February 2nd

sewgramms sewgramms writes: Serger Secrets? I could use that. Along with most eerything else.
Posted: 7:34 pm on February 2nd

Bigabuzz Bigabuzz writes: I would be most interested in Serger Secrets, mine is used for making pillows but I would love to be able to expand to other items.
Posted: 7:27 pm on February 2nd

hazelspi hazelspi writes: "Sew It, Style It" sounds interesting to me. I would love the chance to win a copy of this issue. Thank you.

Posted: 7:13 pm on February 2nd

MariaKie MariaKie writes: Would love a copy of that magazine. Thanks for the chance to win it. Easy ease would be one of the articles i would read for more info.
Posted: 6:39 pm on February 2nd

Marciahelena Marciahelena writes: I'd love know more about "Custom Lace Top. The season's hottest luxury fabric is simple to sew" And "trace the fit my favourite sleeve and darts. Thanks
Posted: 6:32 pm on February 2nd

BeverlyT BeverlyT writes:
The article that interests me is Stellar Machine Features. These sewing machine options make the job easier than you've ever imagined. I do not like to hand sew and am always looking for ways to do things quicker by machine.

Posted: 5:51 pm on February 2nd

Nawara Nawara writes: Love any article on Couture -- Couture Know-How. How to Trim a Neckline.
Posted: 5:25 pm on February 2nd

LinVegas LinVegas writes: I'm looking forward to reading "Make It Your Way" and "Copy That."
Posted: 5:22 pm on February 2nd

Liz505 Liz505 writes: "Copy That"! I finally found the perfect dress and need/want seven more just like it.
Posted: 3:42 pm on February 2nd

DbyJ DbyJ writes: Looking forward to reading All Laced Up, and applying to the perfect garment.
Posted: 3:17 pm on February 2nd

kslaughter kslaughter writes: Wow! So much to love in this issue! I am especially looking forward to reading the article about sergers---I would love to use mine for more than just seam finishing. Also love the idea of three designers putting their own marks on the same pattern. Super stuff! Thanks for the giveaway~
Posted: 11:44 am on February 2nd

Zippylady Zippylady writes: Sounds like another fabulous edition of this magazine! Thanks!
Posted: 11:04 am on February 2nd

Henfeathers Henfeathers writes: Couture sewing is always interesting to me although the idea of using lace is appealing as well. I have some in my stash that I've been wanting to use on something..
Posted: 11:03 am on February 2nd

Gams1941 Gams1941 writes: No doubt about it, 'Make It Your Way' & 'Copy That' would be my choices. I am always using parts of up to 4 patterns to make a garment my way!!! There is always something I want to change! Can't wait!
Posted: 10:51 am on February 2nd

Rosie_Posie Rosie_Posie writes: Custom lace top! I've been wanting one. Hard to choose my fav article b/c many appeal to me. I'm an experienced sewer and find these articles to be of great interest.
Posted: 10:46 am on February 2nd

saschapup saschapup writes: Am very interested in the Serger Secrets, and the Metal Eyelets article sounds good, too!
Posted: 10:44 am on February 2nd

marec marec writes: Lots of great articles but I am most interested in "Make it Your Way". I love to see different interpretations of the same pattern.
Posted: 10:42 am on February 2nd

LadyKane LadyKane writes: Sew It Style It intrigues me--adding new to current wardrobe saves time and money and makes me feel in style without spending lots of money--your magazines are always so inspiring and educational. Thanks.
Posted: 10:39 am on February 2nd

mikesmonster1 mikesmonster1 writes: Painted lace I would like to try

Posted: 10:37 am on February 2nd

LinLohLan LinLohLan writes: I lost & kept off 50 pounds in 2011 & have about 70 more to lose. I need to dust off my serger and read "Copy That. Trace the fit of your favorite sleeve and darts" to alter and make new garments. I have thrift store finds bought for the fabric and will also enjoy Make It Your Way which is what I have always done with patterns anyway since I was a teen. I like to see different people's creativity from a basic pattern.
Posted: 10:31 am on February 2nd

stevndi stevndi writes: The Mighty Pin. Obviously there is more to learn about pinning. I have never thought of the subject before, but now I can't wait to see the article.
Posted: 10:31 am on February 2nd

LadyP LadyP writes: I am just starting to experiment with pattern design and would be very interested in the article, "Make it your way".
Posted: 10:30 am on February 2nd

etheldora etheldora writes: Make it Your Way! There really is very little "new" in fashion design; it's all about interpretation. And I would enjoy seeing the process of three different designers interpreting the same pattern.
Posted: 10:29 am on February 2nd

MagaliLT MagaliLT writes: Painted lace. I like to flip the pages of this magazine, it always inspire me.
Posted: 10:19 am on February 2nd

DinaSews DinaSews writes: Make it your way. I'm finally getting back into garment sewing so I like to see different points of view and how it's achieved.
Posted: 10:13 am on February 2nd

kelli_d kelli_d writes: I have been very curious about working with lace in different contexts, there are many articles on lace in this Spring 2012 issue; Custom Lace Top. The season's hottest luxury fabric is simple to sew, All Laced Up. Turn and old-fashioned closure into a cool design feature (cover story), and Painted Lace. Apply dye with a brush for multicolored effects. I would love to be able to learn more and the lace re-purposing article is right up my alley.
Posted: 10:13 am on February 2nd

StarBecca StarBecca writes: Oh, I hope I win because I NEED to read "Serging Secrets. Discover what a serger can do for your sewing!" Thank you.
Posted: 10:09 am on February 2nd

JanMade JanMade writes: I'm interested in copying designs. 'Copy That' sounds like it would be extremely helpful! All the articles look great.
Posted: 10:04 am on February 2nd

EvaSuzanne EvaSuzanne writes: Make it Your Way & Copy That
Posted: 9:58 am on February 2nd

LadyG529 LadyG529 writes: Definitely the article on Serging Secrets. I've been playing around making lace, so the more "secrets" the better.
Posted: 9:54 am on February 2nd

awoolsey awoolsey writes: i love to sew and find these magazines so insirping!
Posted: 9:51 am on February 2nd

MaryWorks MaryWorks writes: Serger Secrets, as I just took a class yesterday on how to operate my new serger; and, painted lace.
Posted: 9:45 am on February 2nd

staceyloohoo staceyloohoo writes: can't wait to see the serger article and the painted lace - i'm intrigued!!!!
Posted: 9:32 am on February 2nd

adjohnston81 adjohnston81 writes: Serging Secrets for sure, my Hubby bought me a serger for my birthday and it still baffles me LOL
Posted: 9:31 am on February 2nd

racu racu writes: Express pocket sound intriguing!
Posted: 9:25 am on February 2nd

coochmom coochmom writes: This sounds like a great issue overall! I am always trying to find new ways to use my serger more!
Posted: 5:35 am on February 2nd

Angela64 Angela64 writes: Make it Your Way sounds great - I have such a hard time imagining the pattern looking any different that the image on the envelope. I'd love to see how one pattern can be varied, and improve my ability to do the same.
Posted: 2:45 am on February 2nd

Ivvy Ivvy writes: Timely article on serging.i think I wlll be taking out theu underused machine and use the the tips from the magazine. Very interested in learning more about ease
Posted: 1:04 am on February 2nd

WillaMcNeill WillaMcNeill writes: Would like to learn more effieciency with rotary cutters. Also more about the bag in this issue
Posted: 9:35 pm on February 1st

Jen_NYC Jen_NYC writes: "Get On a Roll. Cut fabric efficiently with rotary cutters and mats" looks good to me. I've had a rotary cutter for awhile, but never really learned how to use it...
Posted: 7:15 pm on February 1st

kkegeland kkegeland writes: Making a custom lace top and serging secrets are two topics I must read!
Posted: 2:41 pm on February 1st

jennieMB jennieMB writes: Painted Lace! I used this technique a few months ago on some jewelry projects.
Posted: 2:21 pm on February 1st

Kathrynn Kathrynn writes: I would be interested in the article on pins, ease and making it my way
Posted: 1:43 pm on February 1st

Amy_blue82 Amy_blue82 writes: I'd like to fully understand ease and I'm curious about the article on pins.
Posted: 1:36 pm on February 1st

neeliesews neeliesews writes: I'd like to expand my knowledge of using pins, as well as more tips for rotary cutting, but especially help with fitting and understanding ease. Thanks
Posted: 11:56 am on February 1st

onegoodday4 onegoodday4 writes: I can't wait to read this magazine! The articles look very interesting and helpful. Thanks!
Posted: 11:45 am on February 1st

khighland khighland writes: I'm happy that floral prints are back!
Posted: 9:42 am on February 1st

sew2gether sew2gether writes: The "Denim In Detail" article interests me the most. I'm looking forward to increasing my knowledge with the information in this upcoming issue of Sewstylish!
Posted: 9:26 am on February 1st

rebpalma rebpalma writes: I like very much the dress in the cover. With a bit of tweaking I could make a simpler version to wear at weekends and make me smile every time I look at it!
Posted: 8:25 am on February 1st

marky4 marky4 writes: would love to see the custom lace top piece and hand dyed lace article too love working with lace, i think i make to many things out of lace but its only because i love its sheerness, lightness and the way you acn combine it with other fabric for different effects xoxo
Posted: 4:49 am on February 1st

hamu18 hamu18 writes: very interested in this issue
Posted: 3:38 am on February 1st

wahmom wahmom writes: I think that every article would teach me-great job!!
Posted: 1:19 am on February 1st

thill60 thill60 writes: i'll bet Serging Secrets has some great tips!
Posted: 1:10 am on February 1st

limer limer writes: The number one article I want to read is:
-Custom Lace Top
Others I'm also very interested in are:
-Easy Ease
-Express Pocket
-Couture Know-How. How to Trim a Neckline
-Make It Your Way
-Painted Lace
-Designer Insider
Posted: 12:37 am on February 1st

sugarskull sugarskull writes: i would be interested in the stellar machine features article and what your serger could do for you :-)
Posted: 12:20 am on February 1st

lynaeve lynaeve writes: Make It Your Way sounds good to me. It sounds kinda frugal and i'm all about saving money.
Posted: 11:44 pm on January 31st

Rabia Rabia writes: The "painted lace" article definitely sounds intriguing.
Posted: 10:32 pm on January 31st

rebekahricker rebekahricker writes: I think I'm most interested in the Make It Your Way article.
Posted: 10:26 pm on January 31st

retrobou retrobou writes: Easy ease and serging secrets. My serger and I don't seem to speak the same language :(
Posted: 10:24 pm on January 31st

IamLilyMunster IamLilyMunster writes: I think all the articles look interesting, but if I had to pick the one I'd want to read most it would be: Copy That. Trace the fit of your favorite sleeve and darts.
Posted: 10:23 pm on January 31st

imnstitches imnstitches writes: I would be interested in reading the Make It Your Way article. I am a slave to the pattern and would like to see how to change it and make it my own.
Posted: 10:04 pm on January 31st

verypurpleperson verypurpleperson writes: I'm so interested to know about the express pocket method!
Posted: 6:53 pm on January 31st

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