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Back of the Envelope Pattens - Square Poncho

September 14, 2011

pink poncho.jpgAs I have mentioned before, I am addicted to magazines. This time of year, I buy anything that says ''New Fall Fashion.'' The Vogue magazine is as big as a telephone book, and I devour every page including the ads. I was thrilled when I saw the poncho trend re-emerging. They are the perfect accessory and practical, too. What could be better? As it turns out, we also have a terrific collection of sweater knits thanks to our Apparel Buyer, Elizabeth. That's what this poncho is made from. You could also used solid knits, lace or any fabric that has a little stretch and looks the same on both sides. I've created simple Back of the Envelope instructions to create a Square Poncho likedy-split!

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This is sooooo nice and so very simple. Thanks!

I, too, was delighted to see the poncho (and ruana, and cape) return again, they are such versatile and comfortable accessories! This is a fun rendition of it, and thanks for letting me know that Fabric.com has sweater knits. Sniff? Sniff? Do I smell a birthday gift coming up? I think I do!
--ann

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