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Ok, I live in Florida and everyone probably thinks that it doesn't get too cold down here. I am here to say that I freeze when the weather ...
Make a big square by laying your fabric out flat, then take one corner and fold it up to the edge of the fabric like this. Make sure ...
After you fold the fabric, cut along the edge with scissors or rotary cutter to remove the extra fabric. You should now have a big square of fabric. ...
Fold fleece in half both lengthwise and crosswise. Lay the folded fabric so that it looks like a big triangle. Measure down, from the point, 3 inches ( ...
Lay fabric out with outsides together and pin the corners and outside edges together all the way around your poncho to keep them from shifting while you sew.
You can use a sewing machine or if you would like, you can use a serger for this step. Either way you decide is fine. If you use ...
Turn you poncho right side out by inserting your had between the fabrics at the neck area. Reach in and grab each corner and pull through the neck ...
Lay your fabric back out on the table, but this time fold it in half so that the neck hole is squared. Measure out one inch from the ...
Ok well like I said on step 3, I cut the hole a bit too big and I had to alter my design a little bit. I took ...
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