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Thursday, November 18, 2021
Title
 
Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Kathy Ruddy
Thursday 11/18/21
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
A 2X

The fashions of athleisure -- yoga pants, leggings and tops -- are now part of our everyday wardrobes. And they’re really fun to sew. Learn to make the most fashionable and wearable versions as you explore the components with an expert. Kathy, an experienced fitter who loves to work with k VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
RaNae Merrill
Thursday 11/18/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 3X, B19
RaNae will be your guide as you learn simple, yet effective techniques to design, yes, design your own original spiral quilt. Start the design process by combining spiral blocks, then explore “seeing between the blocks”, flow forms, and different forms of symmetry. Even if you are not s VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Barbara Moore
Thursday 11/18/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 4 X, B20

Best foot forward, or path of least resistance? Either way, a workshop that starts at the beginning (or very nearly) of your machine embroidery experience is priceless! Discuss options, logical approaches, materials (including stabilizers) and designs, as you embroider your project in class. The VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Thursday 11/18/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 5X, B21

One of the coolest new trends in piecing is Interleave. This one will leave your friends wondering "How did she do that?" We'll learn the foundations first, then see how the interplay of simple shapes can make simply amazing patchwork. Once you learn the basics, the sky is the limit with this tec VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Eric Drexler
Thursday 11/18/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 6X, B22

Yes, Eric is playing with thread again and this time he is mixing it up! He is going to treat you to a wonderful trunk show full of inspiration, show you how and when to use Tsukineko® ink, and then on to the REALLY fun part… embellishing with Sulky® threads to create a quilt piece VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Thursday 11/18/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 7X, B23

Have fun and build your serger skills at the same time. This is the perfect class for everyone who loves to sew and wants to increase her dexterity with the serger. Discover a fantastic collection of bags, zipper techniques and serger tricks – all wrapped up in helpful tips and lots of VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Cindy Lohbeck
Thursday 11/18/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 8X, B24
Master the art of mixing a 24-step color gradation out of 3 packets of dye! Cover the basics of hand dyeing fabric and learn to take the color wheel beyond primary, secondary and tertiary colors. You will learn dyeing math, color terminology as well as the emotion of color. This is a great colo VIEW MORE...
Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 11/18/21
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A 1

When making a garment it becomes faster and more accurate to create your fit on a dress form. Learn to make simple adjustments with easy placement of sizing material on the form to mimic your shape instantaneously. You’ll eliminate the frustration of fitting the paper pattern (flat) to you VIEW MORE...

Connie Palmer
Thursday 11/18/21
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B17

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as Co VIEW MORE...

Lorraine Henry
Thursday 11/18/21
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B18
She does! When you have no one to help, you learn to fit yourself. The easiest way to do this is through measurements. Learn the art of measuring, the order in which measurements are used that, if followed, will simplify the fitting process. Explore techniques of a master fitter to obtain the ne VIEW MORE...
Eric Drexler
Thursday 11/18/21
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
C33X

Eric has a love for sharing his knowledge of sewing and loves to push the creative boundaries. Are we surprised that he has come up with new and unique ways to use stabilizer? He will first explain what each stabilizer is typically used for and then the fun begins! You’ll be guided on a jo VIEW MORE...

Kathy Ruddy
Thursday 11/18/21
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
C34X

Once you get a pattern that fits, you can use it to make almost anything. Kathy will teach you easy ways to fit your shoulder bust and arms and then learn her wax paper techniques to copy details from finished garments and add them to your pattern. Learn how to change necklines, hemlines and slee VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Thursday 11/18/21
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
C36X

Many times, these adorable bodysuits are the first thing to come to mind when a machine embroiderer wants to foray into embroidery on knits. Then comes the excitement of bringing one (or more) home and getting ready to embroider – almost always followed by “Oh my! How am I going to do VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
RaNae Merrill
Thursday 11/18/21
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C35, D51XY
Ever since I started teaching Free-Motion Mastery in a Month, the question my students ask most often is "Now that I can quilt, how do I decide what designs to put where on my quilt?" Layers & Lines answers that question. We'll begin with four concepts: Story, Layers, Lines & Contrast. Toget VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Thursday 11/18/21
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C37, D53XY

Quick, easy and accurate piecing all made possible using easy piecing grid. Use 1-inch size grid for a delightful pincushion with a scrap catcher attached. Keep it next to your sewing machine to catch the threads and trimmings and keep your pins handy, too. You’ll have so much fun you&rsquo VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Thursday 11/18/21
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C38, D54XY
Scraps taking over your studio? Learn a fresh, modern string quilt block to tame your overflowing scrap bins, incorporating favorite small pieces too wonderful to toss. Heather’s tried and true tips and valuable hints for successful visual effects round out your classroom experience with joy. VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Thursday 11/18/21
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C39, D55XY
Intimidated? Fear not! The serger is your friend! It’s the perfect companion for your sewing machine, as it always makes you look like a professional (even if you’re not). Knowing your serger, what it can do and how to do it, will take your sewing to a whole new level. Learn how a serger VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Cindy Lohbeck
Thursday 11/18/21
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
C40, D56, E72

Ready to kick your ice dyeing up a notch? This fun and productive workshop will feed your creative muse with magical mandalas, each bursting with beautiful, crystallized patterns. Create a collection of nine unique 22" x 22" ice dyed mandalas, perfect to use in your about-to-become magical projec VIEW MORE...

Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 11/18/21
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
D49

Now that you've padded your dress from, it’s time to make it work for you!
Joe is here to answer all the questions you may have for where to begin. The front? The back? Do I use tissue paper or make a muslin? Let’s dive into that arsenal of garment patterns and see what we can VIEW MORE...

Lorraine Henry
Thursday 11/18/21
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
D50XY

There are three different methods of pattern alteration one may use - the original slash and spread, the pivot and slide which was more accurate in many cases, and now the "new" seam method which was developed off the pivot and slide but is much more "user friendly". It has produced many "Ah-ha" VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Thursday 11/18/21
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
D52XY
In-the-hoop machine embroidered projects are more popular than ever. In this class, we will be creating a collapsible knickknack tray that can be used for travel or in your home. When not in use, it collapses to almost nothing so that it can be easily stored. When in use, it provides tons of space f VIEW MORE...
Abby Riba
Thursday 11/18/21
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
E65
Let’s talk about why commercial patterns don’t fit and what we can do about it. First, we will start with proper body measurements and then apply those measurement to the pattern. We will discuss what to alter, which order to alter, ease, and making a muslin to test fit. Once you have th VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Eric Drexler
Thursday 11/18/21
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F82X, G 98

Eric Drexler has been a sewing machine mechanic for over 35 years, and he wants to share his love and knowledge for, what he considers his “Baby”, the Singer 221 Featherweight. Eric will walk you through how to take off all the covers, where to oil and what to watch out for. Your &ld VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 11/18/21
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F83X, G 99

Discover why draping is the secret to truly fit the body and develop basic draping and patternmaking skills with hands on experience. Create a draped bodice (back and front) using a standard dress form, then turn the resulting muslin into a pattern using garment industry techniques. The resulting VIEW MORE...

 
Friday, November 19, 2021
Title
 
Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Kathy Ruddy
Friday 11/19/21
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
H114X

It’s amazing how much information Kathy can pack into just one hour!  This is a great session for anyone who sews garments, offering so much of what we need to know, logically and with great samples to illustrate her lessons. Learn how to decide what fabric works best for your garment VIEW MORE...

Abby Riba
Friday 11/19/21
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
H115X
Looking your best starts with choosing the most flattering colors for you. We will begin with a discussion of color theory, how and why certain colors look good on you and then expand the discussion into complimentary colors and prints. With a better understanding of color, evaluate your current war VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Eric Drexler
Friday 11/19/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H116X, J132

Make a belt or scarf with this fun, simple, lace technique using artsy circles. It can also be adapted to use for many different projects. It’s not hard to do and Eric will guide you through the process. While you are experimenting with some specialty threads, Eric will show you many useful VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Friday 11/19/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H117X, J133

This skill builder class is focused on the most versatile building block in a quilter's bag of tricks, the half-square triangle. Explore a dozen ways to make half square triangles, learn the math behind it, and play with a collection of tools to help make them more quickly and accurately. Includ VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Friday 11/19/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H118X, J134
“Little French Bonnet” is loved the world over and is possibly our most well attended class at Martha Pullen. This sweet bonnet is the perfect project for those who have never done any heirloom sewing, those who need a refresher course or those who want a handmade, precious baby gift. T VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Friday 11/19/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H119X, J135

Ready to take your serging skills beyond the basics? Come join serger expert, Alicia Welcher, for a few hours as she shares her best methods for perfecting techniques such as serging in the round, attaching elastic for waistbands, beautifully pointed corners, serging knits like a pro and many mor VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Cindy Lohbeck
Friday 11/19/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H120X, J136

Explore the creative fun you can have with fabric print making using potato and corn dextrin! We will start with pre-dyed background fabric and Cindy's extensive collection of stencils to make patterns to complement or contrast the background. Overdyeing the fabric with thickened dye paint provid VIEW MORE...

Connie Palmer
Friday 11/19/21
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H113

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as Co VIEW MORE...

Julie Luoma
Friday 11/19/21
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J129
You’ve finished piecing your quilt top and now it’s time for the borders. If you find yourself avoiding this step, let Julie inspire you with simple yet exotic borders that will perfectly frame your beautiful work. The best part is that these quilt borders are created using simple shapes VIEW MORE...
Lorraine Henry
Friday 11/19/21
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J130

If you have struggled with fitting the bust and back, you are not alone. There are a myriad of measurements to be taken and once that is accomplished what do you do with all those numbers? What are the measurement requirements for each area? What is the difference between a rounded back and a dow VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Joe Vecchiarelli
Friday 11/19/21
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
J131X
Learn to use a grading ruler to change up or change down an existing pattern size. Knowing how to grade a pattern allows you to achieve correct dimension and shape for all parts of the body, regardless of what size your pattern is. You can adapt a single pattern for multiple sizes (think bridal part VIEW MORE...
Eric Drexler
Friday 11/19/21
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
K145X
Yes, jump right in! The water is fine outside the box. Join Eric in this fun, fast paced ride through the water soluble world of Sulky Wash-Aways! Begin with some very useful tips and a few of Eric’s favorite tricks, then finish up with unexpected ideas for more inspiration. He always bring VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Friday 11/19/21
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
K148X
There is no easier or precise way to insert a zipper into your project than by using an embroidery machine! It also makes creating projects using vinyl a snap! Come join us and create this zippered bag with a vinyl window and see how easy it is to complete the entire bag in one machine embroidery ho VIEW MORE...
Kathy Ruddy
Friday 11/19/21
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
K146

A jacket is a perfect cover-up, so Kathy learned how to make them in as little as 3 hours -- AND with the finished look of classic tailoring, using her “quik” sew techniques and fusibles. Learn what you can do on the inside to make the outside of your jackets smooth, balanced and perk VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Friday 11/19/21
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K147, L163XY

Get in on the fabric weaving craze! Warning: this is totally addictive. Heather will guide you through the basic foundation set up and how to weave a tumbling block textile. Then you will get to see several examples of how color and pattern play out in different ways using this technique. We'll d VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Friday 11/19/21
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K149, L165XY

Have you ever found yourself digging around in the trash looking for a sewing project? Probably not! But for some reason, Connie did just that and has come up with a great way to upcycle an empty candy or cookie bag. After you have carefully opened your candy or cookie bag (see Student Supply Lis VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
RaNae Merrill
Friday 11/19/21
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
K150, L166, M182

Baravelle spirals are one of the simpler types among the four Simply Amazing Spirals. They have huge "Wow!" factor, yet you won't believe how easy they are! Using the techniques in RaNae's best-selling book Simply Amazing Spiral Quilts, learn to draw, color and sew a Baravelle spiral block, inclu VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Friday 11/19/21
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K151, L167XY

Don't you love a bag or project pouch that you can see-through! Make a small and large version of this bag using vinyl. These zippered, see-through, "I can't have enough of these" pouches are such fun to serge while learning to work with vinyl, insert zippers and box bottoms and tops!

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Hands on Workshop
Cindy Lohbeck
Friday 11/19/21
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
K152, L168, M184

The infinite inspiration Itajime Shibori provides is fully explored in this enjoyable and rewarding class. Each of the designs pictured begins with the same fold, and varies only with the template selection and location. The fun is in the unfolding!  Note: The c VIEW MORE...

Joe Vecchiarelli
Friday 11/19/21
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
L161

Learn about the specialty tools and notions used in the fashion industry for all types of pattern work, and how to use them for better, faster and more accurate results. These are the same tools found in the toolboxes of fashion professionals in NYC and Hollywood – they help you to move sw VIEW MORE...

Julie Luoma
Friday 11/19/21
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
L162
AnglePlay templates are incredibly easy to use, freeing you to be truly creative. Learn the art of choosing fabric to create out of this world designs. No paper piecing and truly easy enough for any level, yet the potential layouts fascinate even the most experienced quilters. Julie will take VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Friday 11/19/21
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
L164XY

Pashminas are wonderfully versatile scarves that can be used in a variety of different ways! What better way to spice them up than to add machine embroidery? Come learn all the stabilization and design selection techniques that allow you to achieve beautifully embroidered pashmina scarves without VIEW MORE...

Abby Riba
Friday 11/19/21
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
M177
It happens to all of us. You make a perfectly fitting garment only to gain, or better yet, lose a few pounds and find that the garment is now uncomfortable to wear. Or you lovingly make a child’s garment and discover they have grown! What if there were a way that you could construct garments t VIEW MORE...
Lorraine Henry
Friday 11/19/21
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
M178

Just as figures have different shapes, the pants to fit each figure may also need to be a different shape. Flat buttocks need less curvature built into the shape of the pattern back. More rounded buttocks need more curvature built into the pattern. Learn how to use a Flex Curve to determine what VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Joe Vecchiarelli
Friday 11/19/21
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
N195X, P211

Learn the fundamentals of draping pants as you work along with Joe to create a basic straight pant using a body form. Includes learning about taking proper measurements, comparing them to the body form, calculating for and drawing the initial pattern from those measurements and then tweaking it o VIEW MORE...

 
Saturday, November 20, 2021
Title
 
Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Hands on Workshop
Lorraine Henry
Saturday 11/20/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q227X, R243
Bellies, boobs, butts and backs: the four main areas of our bodies that give us our "fitting fits!" Since there are 88 different figure variations, this workshop is the beginning of building your own pattern alteration reference file. Working with half-scale practice patterns, learn how to alter for VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Barbara Moore
Saturday 11/20/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q228X, R244

You’ve seen those lovely monogrammed and embroidered towels in the latest home magazines. Can you really create that for yourself? Join Barbara to learn all the best practices to choosing the correct stabilizer as well as hooping techniques for beautiful embroidery on towels and terry fabri VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Eric Drexler
Saturday 11/20/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q229X, R245

Have fun at the machine as Eric shares just how easy it is to create realistic looking fabric leaves, see-through wings, and thread painted wildflowers. These beautiful little gems, created by using his tried-and-true free motion methods, can be used to add depth and dimension to your projects. P VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Saturday 11/20/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q230X, R246
Learn a variety of different techniques to create your own unique modern log cabin quilt blocks. The blocks are improvised, working with guidelines used to achieve certain looks. The log cabin block is one of the most versatile of all quilt blocks, allowing the creator to fool the eye, direct the e VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Saturday 11/20/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q231X, R247
Intimidated? Fear not! The serger is your friend! It’s the perfect companion for your sewing machine, as it always makes you look like a professional (even if you’re not). Knowing your serger, what it can do and how to do it, will take your sewing to a whole new level. Learn how a serger VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Cindy Lohbeck
Saturday 11/20/21
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q232X, R248

With roots in pointillism, dotted mandalas have become very popular! Pillows, canvases, mugs, and even rocks! It's everywhere! But you can't sew with rocks! After taking a very fun dot painting class, Cindy was determined to figure out how to dot with dye on fabric. Sounds simple but it took a fe VIEW MORE...

Joe Vecchiarelli
Saturday 11/20/21
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Q225

When making a garment it becomes faster and more accurate to create your fit on a dress form. Learn to make simple adjustments with easy placement of sizing material on the form to mimic your shape instantaneously. You’ll eliminate the frustration of fitting the paper pattern (flat) to you VIEW MORE...

Alicia Welcher
Saturday 11/20/21
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Q226

Curious about all of those wonderful serger feet? Come learn how to use the most popular feet available for today’s sergers. Discover how the various feet can help you insert flawless piping and zippers, create fully adjustable gathers, use flatlocking for function and form and turn fishin VIEW MORE...

Connie Palmer
Saturday 11/20/21
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R241

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as Co VIEW MORE...

Kathy Ruddy
Saturday 11/20/21
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R242

All serger owners and prospective serger owners will love this class! Explore how the serger operates from the inside out as you learn how width is used to improve stitches, how to create a perfect balanced-tension control strip to test your stitches for each new fabric and thread you use, a seq VIEW MORE...

Joe Vecchiarelli
Saturday 11/20/21
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
S257
Have you struggled with sleeves that are too big, too small or just don’t seem quite right? Join Joe for this lecture-demo to learn about creating a sleeve pattern for you, from your very own measurements, which will start you on your journey to a sleeve that is well-fitted. See how the sleeve VIEW MORE...
Abby Riba
Saturday 11/20/21
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
S258
If you are thinking about starting or recently started a sewing business, you don’t want to miss this class. There are many important things to consider when you go into business for yourself and Abby will highlight some questions that you may not have thought about but are critical for busine VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Saturday 11/20/21
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S259, T275X

Did you know that most geometric smocking designs are made up of just four basic stitches, configured in different ways? The age-old technique of hand-stitching on pleated fabric is appreciated by all, and can be used in so many ways! Smocking is found not only on vintage garments, but is showi VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Saturday 11/20/21
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S260, T276X

Connie has done it again! She has a way of coming up with cute projects and then taking away all the road bumps for smooth sailing in the classroom. Make this useful zipper bag complete with pretty, custom embroidery, iron-on vinyl and did I mention the zipper is two-way? It’s a great littl VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
RaNae Merrill
Saturday 11/20/21
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S261, T277X
Make a Baravelle spiral quilt that all your friends will say is simply amazing! Learn to draw, color and foundation-piece this special spiral quilt. You'll also learn how to select fabrics by color, value and pattern and pick up techniques for foundation piecing that make it easier than ever. Barave VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Julie Luoma
Saturday 11/20/21
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S262, T278X
Reverse applique done on a sewing machine is quick and easy. Join Julie for a relaxing and fun time as you experience for yourself the ease of finishing your amazingly simple yet interesting reverse applique project. In class, you choose the fabric and a unique template to complete your very own pr VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Saturday 11/20/21
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S263, T279X

Have fun and build your serger skills at the same time. This is the perfect class for everyone who loves to sew and wants to increase her dexterity with the serger. Discover a fantastic collection of bags, zipper techniques and serger tricks – all wrapped up in helpful tips and lots of VIEW MORE...

Joe Vecchiarelli
Saturday 11/20/21
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
T273
As we age our body also changes. Things have shifted or become rounder or hopefully slimmer. When dealing with the armhole, patterns may have the same measurement front and back. Is your body really the same front and back? How will that affect the fit and look of the sleeve? What to do? Let’s VIEW MORE...
Kathy Ruddy
Saturday 11/20/21
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
T274X
We all have garments in our wardrobe that fit well and feel fabulous when worn. Wouldn’t it be great if you could take a pattern from those same finished garments and create a whole new wardrobe of styles inspired by your favorite looks? Kathy will guide you through the process of taking a 3-d VIEW MORE...

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$5.00
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$5.00
Project Pouch
$5.00

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