Sunday, 13 February 2011

Moda Bake Shop and a Giveaway

If you have a minute, I would really appreciate it if you would hop over to Moda Bake Shop because my first Moda Bake Shop project is on the blog there today.  And if you have a moment to leave an extravagantly generous comment, that would be wonderful.  Don't worry if you don't like the quilt, you can just tell a little white lie.  I won't know the difference.

Sneak Peek of my first Moda Bake Shop quilt

And if you're here for the Sherbet Pips Layer Cake giveaway, here's what you have to do:
1. Leave a comment on this post - anything at all.
2. Leave an additional comment if you are a follower (and that includes if you click to follow right now!).
3. Leave a third comment if you blog about this giveaway.
4. And leave a fourth comment if you are entitled to a "Bonus Comment" - you know who you are and I know who you are - just write "Bonus Comment"
Each comment gives you a chance to win the booty.  The giveaway will close two weeks after it opens, on Sunday 27 February in the morning UK time (so the previous day for the US).  Good Luck, mes amis!

1,032 comments:

  1. pfft... of course I'm a follower! ;)

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  2. I just popper over to Moda Bakeshop but it's not up yet, I will try again later :)

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  3. I am a follower of your fab blog!

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  4. And you know I am a follower.

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  5. love the quilt, love the fabric,
    hope i'm lucky....
    fingers crossed

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  6. Congratulations on your "baking" acheivement!
    Smells like sucess to me..

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  7. I'm a happy little follower already!

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  8. Just left you an extravagantly generous comment over on Moda Bake

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  9. Your new blog banner is really pretty. I think Moda should make a fabric out of that design, don't you? Now, I headed over to Moda Bake Shop to check out what you've created.

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  10. I just had a look on moda's bake shop, what a great project! I love your free motion quilting as well!!!

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  11. Please enter me for your awesome giveaway! Thanks!

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  12. Give me a cut and paste moment and I will be a follower!!

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  13. please enter me LOVE this fabric and what you've DONE with it!

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  14. Blogged about your giveaway! http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/02/giveaway-at-lilys-quilts.html

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  15. Lovely giveaway! I love that quilt!

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  16. What a great recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this quilt, great job!

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  18. GREAT quilt - congrats on your first (of many, I'm sure) MBS projects!

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  19. Love your tutorial, congrats on your bake shop entry.

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  20. Congrats on your first Moda Bake Shop tutorial. I love that site and I love your quilt. Beautiful.

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  21. Ooh! I'm not lying. I LOVE that quilt! The giant hexagons are yummers!!!

    Genevieve
    jenny(at)ykwc(dot)net

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  22. Congrats on your MBS tutorial - I just checked it and it's lovely :)

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  23. I just went and looked at your blog... can I tell you this is one of my new favorites. I'm so glad you have a moda bakeshop quilt so I could find out about you. I love a lot of your quilt blocks!! Can't wait to see what the future holds for you!!

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  24. Not at all a hexie person but I love this. I think the little ones intimidate me! Great blog, beautiful quilt.

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  25. I love the product of your time in the kitchen and it is always nice to find a new blog to explore.

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  26. Love the fabric and the quilt!

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  27. Love hexagon park. I would love to spend tomorrow making it! Thanks!

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  28. Do you happen to have an extra Glaciator from the Power Miners sets?

    You said it can be anything, I had to try :))))

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  29. I could put that layer cake to good use !!
    Hexagon Park ...great name & pattern .

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  30. I was sure I was a follower but it turnes out I only had you in my blogroll. Well, I did it. See? I follow. Happy now ? :)))))) Wait 'till I get to be a stalker :))))

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  31. I love that fabric and as an loyal hexaculturalist, I love how you have set sashing between the hexies.

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  32. I love hexies! Your Hexagon park looks fun to make :)

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  33. Of course I have been following you!

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  34. It is a lovely quilt - hexagons have always scared me - and i love the Sherbet Pips fabric.

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  35. Love it Lily - you are a very hexy woman!
    LSWH

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  36. Your quilt is super cute. I was so in awed when I just saw it. I like your new font and color for your blog. I find it so much easier to read.

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  37. I have come over from Moda Bakeshop to say "Hi" I am from the UK but now live in France. I love your quilt.

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  38. Congrats Lynne!! It's such a fabulous design and so very YOU! And I love the name that you chose...or did Aneela chose that? lol

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  39. I am a ridiculously loyal follower. Seriously...thinking of moving to England just to stalk you. ;)

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  40. No white lie here, your hexagon quilt is just gorgeous and so is that fabric range, I can't wait for it. Thanks for the giveaway chance

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  41. Ah...I have sung your praises over on my blog. :)

    http://cuttopieces.blogspot.com/2011/02/lynnes-quilt-pattern-on-moda-bakeshop.html

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  42. Oh Lynne I am sooooo excited for you! Your quilt and tute are absolutely brilliant, take a bow! I love it.

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  43. Well, of course we'll love the quilt, you ninny but me thinks this giveaway method is just a way to boost the number of comments you get!

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  44. I am following you - sounds a bit creepy when you put it like that! Bon chance!

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  45. I headed over here from the Moda Bake Shop because you said you're a UK quilter, and I always enjoy finding more 'home grown' quilters to follow. So I'm about to sign up as a follower too.

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  46. Oh someone change my number! I'm a follower until now!!!!

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  47. I shall blog about you in my next post. Phew, now I have finished leaving my comments I am going to hop on over and take a look at what you have been up to - and of course, leave a very effusive comment, how could I not? x

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  48. Am I going bonkers or have I done this already by mistake? (Comment 1)

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  49. Just been over the MBS and I love your design! Congrats :)

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  50. You know I am a follower/stalker/pest! (Comment 2)

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  51. I will post in a minute - promise - I know you'll check! (Comment 3)

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  52. Bonus Comment (Comment 4) xxxxxxxxxxxx

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  53. I've blogged about your quilt :-)
    http://wheretheorchidsgrow.blogspot.com/2011/02/you-dont-want-to-miss-this.html

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  54. I've seen the quilt at the Bake Shop!! You're an official chef!! Do you keep popping over to have a look? I love the quilting, it's suits the quilt perfectly, fun and swirly, like the path of a child playing at a park.

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  55. I'm a follower too, I follow here, I follow there, i follow just about anywhere.

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  56. Just found your blog through flickr. Love your quilt and love this fabric. Please enter me in the comp. Thanks Carol

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  57. I need to get in tune with this side of the pond and the fabric designers I can get over here. Living in Ireland, used to American quilt shops. Not really compatible.

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  58. I LOVE this quilt! So very cleverly constructed. Congratulations on a really unique and beautiful quilt.

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  59. Clever way to produce hexagons. Thanks for comment numbering tip too, live in hope of big numbers.

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  60. i've just visited the mbs and and what i saw exeeded all expectations...or maybe i should say i saw just what i expected to see??? a fabulous quilt, together with a great tutorial on how to make it {yeah, lynne, you've got talent to write patterns!}. love it! can't wait for the pips to arrive in the stores so that i can snag a lc, too!! oh wait...i have some lc's of other collections...hmmmm.....:)
    really love the border...a beautiful frame!
    xoxo, julia

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  61. i'm a stalker...eh...follower :)

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  62. i'm a follower and I think all your quilts are wonderful.
    Gillx

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  63. Hi Lynne, Did Nigel notice the new 'do'? Love "Hexagon Park"- great name for a great quilt!

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  64. Hi, it's me again! (Oh no, not her, I here you say!!!) Yes, I'm a follower!

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  65. And that little secret - yes ! A bonus entry for me please!

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  66. Wow! What a gorgeous project. I can't wait to get my hands on some Sherbet Pips, the colours are glorious and the quirkiness is inspiring. Thanks for the great project.
    lexilucas@gmail.com

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  67. And I have just posted a blogpost about it!!! Am I no. 100?? Wow!

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  68. Well done on your first venture into the Moda Bake Shop - sorry but I DON'T do these multi post / link giveaways, they just don't seem right. There will be a post on my blog as your a quilty friend though.

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  69. Im visiting from Moda, your quilt top looks great!! xx

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  70. Hi I really like your quilt. i have found hexies, and EPP quite addictive! :))
    sandangels1945@hotmail.com

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  71. I love your hexie quilt, I don't have sherbet pips but I do have another idea, when it is done you will get a pic.

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  72. I am a new follower of your blog. :)
    sandangels1945@hotmail.com

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  73. Congrats on your quilt! Love the design.

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  74. I am now a follower, does that count? After seeing how to fix a scant seam I knew I needed to read your blog!

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  75. I love love love your quilt it is gorgeous.I am just going to follow you now only just found you.
    Hugs Mary.

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  76. I'm a hexagon's girl looove them. This pattern is a good way to show all the details of Annela first collection.

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  77. Already left a comment on Moda Bake shop's website.
    Congrats for being featured it has to be very exciting!!! :)

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  78. Whoa! Lynne, what a fab quilt pattern! - gazillions of people will want to make this :) I hope gazillions of new people will now discover you and your blog too!

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  79. Congratulations, your quilt is beautiful.

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  80. Does it count if I blogged it yesterday? lol.

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  81. Congrats on the moda shop post..Karen x

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  82. You follow my blog doe sthat count as you knowing me?...Karen x

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  83. Great tutorial :) I'm not fond of sherbet pips, but the quilt is beautiful!

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  84. Congratulations! You must be very proud - its lovely. Judith

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  85. I'm coming here after seeing your tutorial on Moda Bake Shop. I really would like to make your quilt. Its a good size for a picnic blanket.

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  86. love this quilt, im putting it on the top of my to-do list. congratulations for your moda bake shop tutorial

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  87. I just signed up to follow your blog.

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  88. I like the close up pic of the quilting, you can't see that on the MBS. I love loopy freemotion.

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  89. Thanks for the chance to win this, Lynne! Love your quilt!

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  90. Lynne, it's perfect! Kind of makes me sad that I already cut up my pips, this would have been so much better!
    Thanks for the chance and congratulations on your first MBS recipe!

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  91. And I am already a follower!

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  92. Wonderful pattern! The photo of the quilt is amazing! (this one in the park - I've seen it in a couple of blogs:)
    I don't think that there is someone who doesn't like your quilt! It has everything which excellent quilt should have: simple, but effective design, great fabrics and lovely quilting (this is true, not white lie).

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  93. so good to see the quilt, finally! It is just gorgeous (and liking the new font very much too!)

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  94. Adorable quilt - love the Pips!

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  95. Wow this is a lovely way to use that awesome Sherbet Pips range. Such a fresh modern take on the whole hexie thing which we're all still loving. Well done Lynne - it's a great tutorial too!

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  96. I'm also entitled to a bonus comment :::Wink:::

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  97. Love your hexagonal quilt, and would love to win some Sherbet Pips! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  98. Your quilt is fabulous, no word of a lie!

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  99. Why do we need to lie?? It's gorgeous.
    kx

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  100. Of course I am a follower!!!

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  101. This will be blogged this afternoon when I'm on the laptop instead of the iPad :-) you rock!

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  102. What a shame I don't have a blog - well, I do have the name, but have never started it!!

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  103. I'd love to win some fabric, thanks for the chance!

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  104. I love your new layer cake pattern. I'll be downloading that from mbs.
    Sue

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  105. Love that quilt! Congratulations on being a Moda Baker...

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  106. Whats not to love?
    Moda fabric, patchwork heaven!!!

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  107. I love this quilt!! The recipe is great...thank you so much! Worth the wait

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  108. I hope you're sitting back with a bottle of bubbly to celebrate, Lynne :)
    This is definitely on my huge 'to do' list, I really love it - hexies I can machine piece, yay!
    I can just see that you've used different quilting patterns suited to each block, which really seems to set them off. Perfect!
    Thanks for the giveaway. I wish I had a blog to spread the word of your success, lol.

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  109. love the pips :) thanks for a chance to win - Laurie

    llsbaskets at comcast dot net

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  110. I am now a follower :) thanks for a chance to win - Laurie

    llsbaskets at comcast dot net

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  111. I'll take a "just because" chance - thanks, Laurie

    llsbaskets at comcast dot net

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  112. This is my favorite hexagon quilt ever! Congratulations!

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  113. I'm a new follower. I'm looking forward to getting to know you!

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  114. I'm so happy for you, Lynne, I love this quilt!!!

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  115. And I am, of course, a devoted follower :)

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  116. Saw you on isisjem first when she blogged about you. Hopped over to the bakeshop. Came here, read half of your blog, you are funny and your quilts are gorgeous.

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  117. I've been following your every move for months! You're a very talented lady and I love your blog.

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  118. Cute quilt! And I love the Pips collection!

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  119. Love those Pips....I have been trying to decide on a quilt pattern that would show them off well!!!

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  120. Hey lynne! Congrats on your quilt at moda bake shop! wooho! looks great!!

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  121. I was just looking at the tutorial in mood bake shop and love it! I cant wait to try!

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  122. Awesome tutorial on Moda! I love the colors :)

    christina dot mckinney at hotmail dot com

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  123. Blog follower!!

    christina dot mckinney at hotmail dot com

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  124. Very pretty!
    I like your tips for keeping the sashing straight on the tops and bottoms. Any hints for how much offset to use on the angled seams?

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  125. I'm a new follower ... does that count?

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  126. Congrats, congrats most awesome Lynne!

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