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Oh, no! You finished your poncho before the KAL could begin.

Perhaps some warm, kid-sized ponchos would be nice for kids on the Indian reservations or the homeless?

Oh, well. You done good. I like the edging, it's awefully fancy-schmacy. Mmmm, drive-in. I do miss that kind of fun. (I think there may still be one "nearby" that I'll have to check out.)


Oh my gosh, that's so beautiful! And check out those stitches....it's gorgeous. I'm going to have to look for that book...looks like it might prove interesting!


The poncho is fab! I love the color and the edge! I am patiently waiting for my yarn to come in for the poncho KAL to start. Good thing it doesn't get cold in Auburn until November!


please can you send me the pattern or where you found it for the poncho, it is exactly what i am looking for for my daughter.


Your Poncho is wonderful. I love the colors is looks warm, cozy, a very snuggly. All while being so fashionable. The edging is stunning as well. Have fun at the drive in.



Oh NOOOOO! Why did you do that? Here I was thinking myself safe from the poncho craze, because all the harlot ponchs were too short for my liking and now you went and made a perfectly wonderful one, that I just WANT to have. Darn! You look so good in yours.


Hi there, great blog! I wonder if you can tell me who is hosting the poncho KAL, or include it in a future post? I would love to join in! Thanks.

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