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Posted on:12/21/12 2:52 AM
Last Updated:12/21/12 6:05 PM


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norie creates said... (12/27/12 2:48 PM) Reply
This is gorgeous! This would look good with just about anything. I love this!
Terri A said... (12/23/12 0:40 AM) Reply
Aww kind:)thx
imsewcrazy said... (12/22/12 1:48 PM) Reply
This is BEAUTIFUL! The color is GORGEOUS!
JEF said... (12/22/12 10:38 AM) Reply
Thank you for this review!
cleverkitty said... (12/22/12 9:45 AM) Reply
very cute poncho beautiful color too
prttynpnk said... (12/22/12 6:49 AM) Reply
I love this!
Terri A said... (12/21/12 1:37 PM) Reply
For a winter weight, I would suggest a wool flannel or soft sweater knit with body to it, bc the exposed edges are so simply finished (rolled under and top stitched) they show on both sides. This is easier to roll and topstitch than say chiffon or organza, especially around curves. The soft flannel looked more uniform and doesn't call too much attention. Dark color, dark thread:-) You need something heavy enough to hold the style.
RLL said... (12/21/12 1:13 PM) Reply
That does look cozy and I love the color. I really like this pattern and have considered purchasing for a long time but..........The both sides of the fabric shows really limits fabric choices...or at least in my case. The fabric I wanted to use does not have a good flip side :-(
Lanna said... (12/21/12 11:54 AM) Reply
Looks great ! I have this pattern, but seems a little intimidating. I really need to make it.
fauxgetaboutit said... (12/21/12 10:56 AM) Reply
This looks so warm and cozy! Perfect for over any top. I made a wearable muslin out of a heavy weave cotton and yours inspired me to try it in a soft sweater knit! Thanks for the review
 
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