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Posted on:2/2/04 2:02 PM
Last Updated:2/2/04 2:02 PM

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Ann C said...
That is so pretty, attractive -- all those words apply!
2/4/04 9:16 AM
Ann Smith said...
Karen, I did just cut a slit in the center, guessing the width for my head. One could also cut the slit off center to have the poncho/ruana (which is the proper name?) longer in the back.
2/4/04 1:03 AM
Karen Bowers said...
ann, it looks beautiful! to make your ruanna, did you just cut a neckhole in the center of the fabric? or is there a trick we should know?
2/3/04 9:36 PM
Mbarkle said...
Very pretty Ann. I have a knitting pattern for a cashmere ruana. I think the descriptions says it is a South American garment, like a poncho made from 3 rectangles of fabric.
2/3/04 8:33 AM
JDpenelope said...
Your simple design showcases the beautiful fabric.
2/2/04 10:28 PM
Sew it seams said...
Ann, you have a beautiful wardrobe. This is a great idea for a beautiful piece of fabric.
2/2/04 8:36 PM
Ann Smith said...
My photos are back, thank heavens!
2/2/04 8:09 PM
Ann Smith said...
I think Yahoo is having a problem just now because I can't get into my own photo pages either. Will check a little later....
2/2/04 7:15 PM
JDpenelope said...
Ann, I'm not getting your photos. Sounds interesting.
2/2/04 6:22 PM
Linda E. said...
great use of a beautiful fabric. great top
2/2/04 4:03 PM
CatherineN said...
Has a graceful drape on you.
2/2/04 3:06 PM
GorgeousFabrics said...
Very pretty!
2/2/04 2:39 PM
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