August 11, 2018, 112 comments

How to Crochet a Chunky Cushion

Categories: Chunky Crochet, Popular

Hello lovely, how has your week been?

After a month of wonderful craziness, this week has been quieter and it’s been so nice. I’m feeling like myself again.

This week I’ve immersed myself in Shelley Husband’s Granny Square Flair book. You might know Shelley as “spincushions” on Instagram and Facebook – she’s a crochet guru and a lovely lady as well!


All about Granny Square Flair

I’ve flirted with granny squares every now and again, but I’ve never really enjoyed making them. After having a go with a couple of Shelley’s square patterns I’m now well and truly hooked – I’ve made one project and have another one underway.

Shelley has developed a granny square methodology that makes squares look good, and they’re enjoyable to make. I love her starting chain alternatives, her way of ending the round and her colour suggestions. Every square pattern (there’s 50 of them) has written instructions and a crochet chart – I love how quickly I can crochet from a chart.

Granny Square Flair is a must-have for anyone that has mastered the basics of crochet. If you understand how to do the basic stitches, then give Granny Square Flair a go – you’ll be whipping up square-y projects in no time!

Granny Square Flair by Shelley Husband


How to Crochet a Chunky Cushion

I’ve made a gorgeous chunky cushion using one of the patterns in Granny Square Flair, and I’d love to share with you how to make one too.

How to Crochet a Chunky Cushion | Homelea Lass

What you’ll need . . .

What to do . . .

  • Roll your skeins of Homelea Bliss into balls using a yarn swift or by lying your skeins out on your lap.
  • Using Shelley’s Banda pattern (page 77) from Granny Square Flair, make 2 squares. Do this by crocheting rounds 1 to 5 of the Banda pattern. In round 5, replace the 3 chain spaces with “chain, treble, chain” (or “chain, double crochet, chain” if you’re using the US terminology). I started my squares using a magic loop and used the starting chain alternative – the instructions on how to do both of these are at the start of the book. I also joined the balls of yarn using my Chunky Yarn Joining Kit.
  • Weave in the ends of your squares using your fingers.
  • Put your square together with the right sides facing out. Crochet them together by working a slip stitch in each of the outside stitches. Do this on 3 sides of your square.
  • Put your cushion inside your joined square.
  • Slip stitch the remaining side of your squares and weave in the ends using your fingers.
  • Put your cushion somewhere you’ll see it all the time – isn’t it pretty!

How to Crochet a Chunky Cushion | Homelea Lass


Giveaway Time!

Shelley would love to giveaway a copy of Granny Square Flair, and I’d love to giveaway some chunky goodies too!

The winner will receive:

  • a copy of Granny Square Flair
  • 3 x 300g skeins of Homelea Biss
  • 17mm bamboo crochet hook
  • chunky yarn scissors

To enter – simply comment below with why you’d love a copy of Granny Square Flair.

Entries close on Sunday 19th August 2018, you can enter from anywhere in the world and entries are limited to one per person.

How to Crochet a Chunky Cushion | Homelea Lass


Good luck!

With love, Lynda.


How to Crochet a Chunky Cushion | Homelea Lass


112 responses to “How to Crochet a Chunky Cushion”

  1. Zelda doyle says:

    I would love this book as granny squares are quick easy and I am plotting an entry into the local ag show that involves granny squares.

  2. Susan says:

    I’d love a copy of Granny Square Flaur because (I’m ashamed to say) I’ve never crocheted a granny square before! I won’t feel like a true crocheter until I’ve tried it!

  3. I would love a copy Shelley’s Granny Square Flair as I really enjoy crocheting and would love to learn some new patterns – I have crocheted in cotton as well as wool so I’m a keen crochetter!!!!!

  4. Jess McCormick says:

    I’d love a copy of granny square flair as I’m just starting my crochet journey and I think this will help to kick start. My nan was amazing at crochet and knitting and I’m realising now how much I miss seeing her sitting in her chair crocheting away. I’ve already ordered some of the chunky knit and can’t wait to get started!

  5. Alison Bayliss says:

    My Granny taught me to crotchet when I was 6. I still have granny square rugs we made together over 40 years ago & would love to continue the tradition with some new designs to warm my heart & hearts of others.

  6. Jayne Sherringham says:

    A. combination of two crochet things I love- chunky yarn and granny square. I’d have never thought to have combined them into a cushion. Scrumptious.

  7. Vicki Herman says:

    There is something about GRANNY SQUARES that I just love. I basically taught myself how to crochet them. I would love to win the book so I can learn more about them. Thank you for giving me the chance.

  8. Liliek Soemarlono says:

    How beautiful is your cushion. Very organic and iI love the chunkiness and the colour as well.❤️❤️❤️

  9. Karen moore says:

    I would love to win a copy as I am an experienced crocheter who has never mastered the art of granny squares and would love to as there are some beautiful ones.

  10. Judy says:

    Wow this looks like an amazing addition to my couch and I’d love to learn how to avoid all those ends I detest sewing in. Win win!! Thanks for the opportunity to win these fabulous products.

  11. Anna Hutchinson says:

    I would love to win a copy of Granny Square Flair as this looks like a book filled with very manageable and yet uniquely beautiful projects that I could fit into my busy life. To be able to make these for my family and friends would be wonderful. Thanks very much.

  12. Brenda McCoy says:

    I have just discovered crochet after been injured and am loving it, it’s very de-stressing. Your wool looks amazing, I could see that cushion on my bed! It would be a privilege to work with your yarn and this book. Thank you for the opportunity to enter.

  13. Rachel King says:

    I would love the book Granny Square Flair because granny squares never go out of style, and I love making crochet pillows!

  14. Donna Core says:

    I can’t wait to get hooked on Shelley’s book, ‘Granny Square Flair’, a modern twist on a traditional favourite. I’m hoping to carry on the tradition by showcasing each divine piece, one granny square at a time.

  15. Julie Robinson says:

    My Nana was a Granny Square Queen, a 1910 lady who was a seamstress and could do anything. Granny Square cushions were everywhere as well blankets.. She didn’t get to pass it on so I make it up as I go along. Granny Square Flair looks fantastic and just what I need to get my Nan reminiscing crochet continuing.

  16. Lidiya says:

    Because you can never have enough inspiration and if I win a copy of this amazing book I won’t have to explain why ‘I needed’ another book on crocheting ?

  17. Jenni says:

    What a fantastic giveaway! Love the cushion, both the pattern and the squishy chunky yarn. I would love a copy of Granny Square Flair especially with the bonus of the yarn, crochet hook and scissors. My 60th birthday is the end of this month and I have this lovely book and a set of clover hooks on my Wishlist. The giveaway would be a fabulous birthday present to myself. ?

  18. Felicia says:

    I would love to win a copy of Granny Square Flair.
    Because Granny Square is easy to learn quick to finish.
    Also you can make blanket, carpet,cardigan,bags…
    I would love to learn more new pattern!
    Thank you!

  19. Samantha Seddon says:

    I’d love a copy of Shelley’s book as I’m new to crochet and have just taught my 8 year old daughter the basics aswell. She loves making different granny squares.

  20. Julie says:

    I’d love to win a copy of this fabulous new book and yarn so I can show people how satisfying it is to make items for your home and how bespoke items make a house a home

  21. Laura R says:

    I would love to get this book because I’m badly hooked on crocheting and Grannys squares are one of my favourite patterns. It’s also nice to get some new patterns, so I’ll keep my fingers crossed!

  22. Katrina Miller says:

    I would like to have this book. I don’t know how to make Granny Squares well. They don’t seem to be the same once finished. So I would like to fall in LOVE with Granny Squares.

  23. Tracy says:

    I would love a copy of Granny Square Flair, I’m teaching my boys the art of crochet & they are loving it as much as I do. They are always on the look out for a new project to try.

  24. Zoe Stokes says:

    I’d love a copy of Granny Square Flair because I knit and embroider and would love to add crochet to the craft list and expand my creativity ??

  25. Maryann Collidge says:

    I would love to reconnect with crochet, and especially some modern granny squares. As a child I was taught crochet by my grandmother, and one day I would love to teach my grand children ?.

  26. Janine says:

    Oh a competition! Pick me, pick me! I’d love to tackle granny squares. Just taught myself to crochet and can only go round in circles.?‍♀️

  27. Heather Myler says:

    I’d love to win a copy of the Granny Square Flair, hook, skeins and scissors because it definitely would be adding them to my Homelea Lass collection. I do love to crochet straight lines back and forth but don’t know quite how to do all those amazing granny squares. This would be the perfect opportunity to find out. Fingers crossed. 🙂 xxx

  28. Michelle says:

    Would love to win! I’ve followed Shelley on Instagram for quite a while, and the patterns she’s made for the book are absolutely gorgeous. If I don’t win the book I’m going to buy it with b-day money, because I have to own it! But trying it with some chunky yarn is something I can’t pass on 😀

  29. Janelle Bottrell says:

    I love chunky merino wool, and I am loving granny squares.
    I am a novice at them, but I am looking forward to learning to crochet different types.
    I would love to make a crochet cushion. Janelle

  30. Pat says:

    I really would love to have the granny square book. I am sure it would lift me out of my seasonal affected disorder. Officially I have nominated Spring as the close of S.A.D.

  31. Natalie says:

    Oh, I would so love to win a copy of this book! When I started crocheting about two years ago, my first efforts were…interesting – think “Granny fried eggs” rather than “Granny Squares” (yes – they were as bad as they sound!) It would be so lovely to have the opportunity to try so many new squares – I would love to make a blanket with an example of each one included. Thanks for the competition ?

  32. Amanda Trappel says:

    I have just discovered your instagram account and I love it! My sister has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer and has had her first round of chemotheray last week. I would love to give her these beautiful items as a gift. How lovely to feel the wool and create something of beauty with her own hands. And we could both try our hand at those amazing granny squares together!! ??

  33. Jane MacDermott says:

    I love love love to make granny squares and also love Shelley’s designs and would have so much fun with this book. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  34. Judy Hedley says:

    I would love a copy of Granny Square Flair as I’m going to bcome a Grandmother ?for the first time and would love to crochet a heirloom for my grandchild to be❣

    Thank you for the chance.

  35. Diane DA says:

    I’ve always wanted to crochet, and meeting Lynda recently has finally given me the courage to do it. Your an inspiration, love your work ?

  36. Chantelle says:

    I’d love to make a granny square cushion!! Looks fun and beautiful ♡

  37. Meagan says:

    Firstly amazing cushion. I would love to win a copy of Granny Square Flair as a granny square was the first thing I ever made and wanted to make. I’d never crocheted before and I’d wanted to copy a large granny square blanket I’ve got amazing memories of from when I sick at my nannas. It only came out when we were sick and she’d tuck us in with some toast and Milo. I’d always felt safe and loved under that blanket and now that’s how I feel when I see granny squares. So it was with this in mind I taught myself the basics off YouTube and that was 3 years ago now and I’ve moved onto many different projects. I would love to make some different designs as all I do is the basic beginners one after all these years

  38. Alison Calderwood says:

    Oh, this is amazing! My granny taught me to crochet when I was young, but I need to resurrect my skills, and second to my lovely granny who is gone but never forgotten would be a lovely book which helps me revive my knowledge. I would so love some of these cushions!

  39. Naomi Canpbell says:

    My mum knits, I crochet. I have been teaching beginner crochet classes for a few years and Granny Squares is the one stitch and method that everyone has memories about – was showing mum my latest blanket and after all these years she actually said “I’m thinking I should come to one of your beginner classes. WOW – would love to have a reference to gain some more ideas and more Stitches – and thanks so much for the opportunity

  40. Clare says:

    I’d love to win this giveaway because with a four year old and a newborn I now have a lot of difficulty fitting in knitting and crocheting, and I’m having withdrawals! Granny squares are the perfect size to fit in between feeds, nappies, games and laundry.

  41. Rachel says:

    Beautiful! I’d love your giveaway I’m new to crocheting and loving it! Churning out face wash cloths for babies.

  42. Naomi says:

    I would absolutely love the opportunity to win this gorgeous prize.
    It would be such a rewarding pleasure to be able to create a beautiful piece for each of my three daughters that would be stunning in their little girl rooms now, but also something for them to treasure and fondly recall in years to come particularly when I am no longer with them as I do my own grandmas blankets.
    Plus I am sitting here imagining a time when my little girls are old enough and we can open up the book and choose something that we could crochet together – teaching, learning, sharing stories, a cuppa. Oh the beauties we could make but of course the memories for us both would be the real treasure – invaluable.
    Thankyou for the opportunity

  43. Sharon Groch says:

    Crochet is my everyday meditation and granny squares are the perfect small project to achieve a sense of wellbeing and accompliishment. I would be thrilled to win this competition as the finished item would be a lovely compliment to my chunky blanket. Combining the simple beauty of granny squares and the luxury of this gorgeous natural yarn is a perfect match.

  44. Lisa Bonner says:

    I haven’t really mastered the basics of crocheting apart from the chainstitch I learnt as a child. I have been reassured that a granny square is the next step in my learning, this giveaway would be a catalyst to achieve that.

  45. Terri says:

    Great Australian author, Great Australian yarn and great Australian business!

  46. Katie Fletcher says:

    Hi! My name is Katie and I’ve made 100s of squares…. but have never actually joined them into anything. They collect dust around my home, get made into piles, are pulled apart into crinkle cut wool specimens that my dog Allen runs around with and chews. I would love to make a granny square project to completion – I think this book is just what I need to get me across the line!!!!

  47. Anne-Marie Richards says:

    I would love to win a copy to help me develop my skills and granny squares are so versatile

  48. Sarah Coats says:

    Granny squares were the first thing I ever taught myself to crochet, in fact they are the reason I wanted to learn! Gosh-darn they are so cute and versatile. I’d love to win this so that I can up my granny square game!

  49. What is there not to love about a granny square. They are timeless, elegant and are wonderful to crochet. They are my alltime fallback pattern for rugs, cushions, scarves, and clothing. They are also the very first pattern i ever crochet.

  50. Kim Smith says:

    I would love to win because I love crochet but are really quite hopeless at it. Would love to get better with the tips in this lovely book. ♡♡♡

  51. Ally says:

    I’d love to win a copy of Granny Square Flair so I could learn to make beautiful granny squares in memory of my lovely nanna, who desperately tried to teach me and alas, I could never make them look pretty – it’s on my list of lovely craftiness I’d love to revisit ???

  52. Kelly says:

    When it comes to crochet, I need all the help I can get!!

  53. Nicole Walsh says:

    I’m entering for my kids ‘Granny’ who is forever knitting/crocheting and creating some beauties. She is a superstar in our eyes.

  54. Teresa Knittingdancer says:

    I would love to win a copy of Granny Square Flair because I have always like granny squares. The idea of using chunky yarn would make projects quicker to complete.

  55. Deborah says:

    I would love to win the Granny Square book as I love the concept of upcycling yarn to make something colourful and creative, which can then be used in so many ways

  56. Michelle Wulf says:

    I love crochet; I love Granny squares; I love books! What wonderful combination of loves in that book. ❤️

  57. Sarah says:

    I’d love a copy of the granny square flare so I can make a blanket for my dear mum. She’s well overdue for a crochet creation and what better way then to make her an amazing blanket with some creative granny squares.

  58. Stevie-lee Harrison says:

    I would love to win this book as I am just about to start Learning crocheting.

  59. Amy Hooper says:

    I just turned thirteen and my grandma taught me how to crochet about a year ago. I’ve made tops, bags and beanies. I have made granny squares but i’ve never really made use out of them, so i think this would be a great chance to.

  60. Kathy says:

    I would love to learn how to work with chuncky yarn doing projects for my home. Having items that are personally made make me happy.

  61. Christine says:

    I would love to win this and crochet my daughter that cushion in her favourite colour (mustard) She is working hard on her thesis and I would like to surprise her

  62. Anna says:

    Ohhh I’ve admired Shelley’s work for years! This book looks like it should be a staple among all crocheters of this day and age. I’d love to win a copy!

  63. Nella Butera says:

    I love your cushion – I want to make some for my couch. ??????

  64. Nardia says:

    I love to crochet granny squares. I’m always looking for new patterns and ways to showcase them. Plus my sister gets way jelly of my mad skills ( they’re not really that great, just don’t let my sister know).

  65. Margaret says:

    It looks like an amazing book so who wouldn’t want a copy and some other yummy goodies to go with it?

  66. Margaret Lee says:

    Would love this book Granny Square Flair it would give me and my granddaughter a challenge and broaden her knowledge on crocheting. She’s 14 now but has been crocheting since she was 10.

  67. Lynda Antonopoulos says:

    I have been crocheting for about 2 years now, and would love to have a go at the granny square, chunky crochet and making a cushion all in one. So far I have made some blankets, a baby blanket, scarves, amigurami and some bucket bags. Crochet is wonderful. So therapeutic, and home made items make the best gifts.

  68. Lindsay Cohen says:

    I would love to win this giveaway as although a long-time knitter, I have only just come to crochet. I always dismissed it as too fiddley and intricate but having crocheted my first ever bag, I have discovered that I love it.! I’d like to learn more and then share it with my gang of woolly creators. Thanks – Lindsay xx

  69. Jodie says:

    It’s my birthday today and I have taken the day off to crochet. I’ve made a dishcloth. I would love to win so I can perfect all those gorgeous sqares, plus I would love to play with yarn that thick and the jumbo hook!

  70. Anouk says:

    I’ve only recently learned to crochet and started to try something a bit more involved than the basics, & I would love to make a blanket/throw for my mum with some new and interesting patterns. I’ve only knitted her a scarf so far and would like to make something she would get more use out of in general, & as she is quite a unique individual, she deserves something fitting!❤️

  71. Francine Chappell says:

    I just love this cushion and the would love to learn more I am a complete novice it would lovely to win this ? Kindest regards Francine

  72. Tina Davis says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  73. Emma says:

    Hi! I would love to win Shelley’s Granny Square Flare as now I’ve mastered the basics I’m ready to tia my crochet to the next level.

  74. Carol maude says:

    I would love a copy as I have been following Shelley for years done many of her projects.

  75. Mel Hornby says:

    Hiya !!!
    I would love this giveaway as I love the benefits of crocheting and have made myself a blanket and would now love to make my family a special blanket each, and by learning new patterns and having new ideas this would make my gift to them even more special ?

  76. Nicola James says:

    I love decorating my home with items that I have made and are different from the usual. It makes my house a home!

  77. Mim Evans says:

    Gorgeous chunky cushion which my twin daughters would love for their bedroom (& for my sofa!!) I would love to win a copy of Granny Square Flaiir as I’ve just finished crocheting two super chunky blankets for my girls (again!!!) and a granny square cushion would look perfect ❤️

  78. Annie williams says:

    This book looks absolutely fantastic for crazy mad crocheters like me! I’m always looking for gorgeous new squares! I must have it!

  79. Ann Lemon says:

    Hello? I work with disabled young adults. I would love to teach them the calming craft of crochet when life becomes frustrating for them and also to busy them in their many quiet hours alone. Shelley makes a granny square look achievable and ‘cool’ for those without much confidence in crochet and younger souls wanting to make modern projects! Holding one hook would certainly be easier than holding two knitting needles for them?

  80. Jacqueline Farrow says:

    I still a. Beginner as far as crochet goes, and love Granny squares and chucky yarns. Crocheting different squares would be good practice for learning new techniques.

  81. Jackie says:

    This would be the best birthday present for my mum. She’s a brilliant knitter and always looking for something new to challenge herself with

  82. Suzanne says:

    This book sounds awesome! Starting late I’ve only just learned how to crochet, starting with basic granny squares and would love to learn how far I can take them! ❤️?

  83. Natalie says:

    Oooh this looks like the perfect way to teach myself how to crochet! I’ve been looking for a crafty endeavour for a while – I’d love to win this pack and give crochet a red hot go!

  84. Jenni Byers says:

    Oh I’d love a copy of Shelley’s book, I’ve been crocheting a few granny’s myself this week for a throw and they are sure addictive!

  85. Susan kendal says:

    I would love to win the granny square book to share with others at our Queensland country women’s association.
    Which is a charity based it would be fantastic to share and make new cushions blankets to give away. THANKS for the chance to enter.

  86. Sandra Alderman says:

    Granny Squared Flirt is a beautiful book and what better way to try out some of Shelley’s patterns than with the yarn & hook Lynda is so generously giving away!
    Thank you

  87. Lara says:

    I’m reasonably new to crochet but just love it (the rythym, the texture, the quiet) and being one who doesn’t like to colour inside the lines, I’m keen to get creative. This book sounds perfecto.

  88. Louise says:

    I love the simplicity of a granny square and being chunky can bring this old time favourite back in vogue.
    I’m loving what you do Lynda, thanks for your foresight in bringing an old craft back. I want to get back into doing it more myself.

  89. Jo Maher says:

    I would love to win this book as it is on my wish list to make a blanket with a variety of squares. And being able to use the chunky yarn to make a cushion would be an amazing bonus.

  90. Sally says:

    Granny squares evoke such a feeling of nostalgia and memories of much loved grandmothers. They are the beloved cushions and blankets that are passed down from each generation. , and grace countless 2nd hand lounges , giving them renewed life. I would love to win this amazing pack to expand my skills and create beautiful pieces to pass down to my next generation of family. Thank you.

  91. Janelle says:

    I need Uk get out of my granny square rut!! Too many of the same design. Help me. Also beautiful book!

  92. Sally Austin says:

    I already have a copy of this book, and am loving it but I would love to gift to someone else. It has some amazing projects in it, and the yarn would be lovely too.

  93. Michelle Temme says:

    I would love to win this as I’d love to make things for charity or give warmth to homeless people. Thankyou for the chance to win xo

  94. Julie says:

    I would love to win the book, so I too can master the granny square with flair! I have just discovered crochet and I have become so addicted.

  95. Paola says:

    I love crochet. I love granny squares. I hope that today I will win ?

  96. Melissa Hughes says:

    I would enjoy a copy of Shelley’s Granny Square Flair because I would like to take my crochet to the next level. Those designs look brilliant. I also love Chunky yarn.

  97. Debra Cama says:

    I would love to win all these goodies, not just because I love crocheting but also learning new stitches is a great way to improve on my crocheting. Making granny squares is a portable project. (I like to have a crochet project in my bag.)

  98. Leanne Thomson says:

    My granny lived across the other side of australia so never learnt to crochet like she could. And have wanted to learn to crochet for such a long time and am so glad to see its not a lost art and can look so elegant too. Might be basic right now but i can aspire to the quality of the giveaway book Granny Squares. Chunky means quick too!! Cant wait.

  99. Laura says:

    I’d love a copy of the Granny Square book because I am always looking for new ideas and projects and always admired granny squares throws, but never attempted to make one.

  100. Margaret Goodson says:

    I would love to win these to make some gifts for my friends.

  101. Alison Miller says:

    Oooh I’d love this book! I often find I get a bit bored through a project so to have some variety would really help! I love new patterns especially ones that look a bit tricky and intricate. Plus I’d love to get my hands on some of your gorgeous yarn!

  102. Charlotte Bird says:

    Because some of my favourite makes have involved grabby squares and I’m on a mission to make more complex and interesting ones, and I loooooove chunky crochet.

  103. Madeline Fulton says:

    I’d love to win Granny Square Flare as all of my blankets are made with granny squares. They are the best way to make blankets look loved.

  104. Lynette S arkey says:

    I could really increase my varieties of knee rags with these beautiful designs and they are so much appreciated by those in need which is where they would be donated to

  105. Jenny says:

    I’d love to win as I’m so excited about becoming a granny in the New Year. It was my beautiful mother who taught me to crotchet she would of been so happy to be a great grandma.All is not lost my mother in law loves to crotchet and will be a great granny so we can share the book together..

  106. stella says:

    Crotcheting is an art form that needs to be honoured and continued for generations to come. I’m in awe of the work I have been given by my late grandmother and mother but no idea on how to do it myself. I want to learn so I can also teach my daughter and this would be a great start.

  107. Deb Swadling says:

    Know yarn ordered will be PERFECT with this pattern xxx

  108. Karen Lark says:

    I have just discovered Crocheting again and am looking forward to doing a lot of crocheting. it would be a good start for me

  109. Meenu Singh says:

    I hope and wish I win these giveaway treats! I am a novice at crocheting and wonning would be wonderful encouragement for me. I love crocheting and it is like meditation for me. I can see this turning into a life long hobby that will bring me immense joy!

  110. Cora Browne says:

    To Granny Square
    With grace and flair
    Should make my heart
    Light as air!
    This fabulous book
    Would enlighten my hook
    Should I win
    My head would spin!

  111. Gabrielle says:

    Being relatively new (in adulthood anyway)to crochet the thirst for technique and inspiration is currently unquenchable. To win a copy of Granny square flair would be just fabulous ?

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