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1  Re:stitch and bitch cape mod in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by crochetme on: April 14, 2004 05:12:28 PM
I'm not sure what you mean by "huge" holes. The M1's, the way the pattern has you do them, do make holes down a line in the middle of the front and the middle of the back. They shouldn't be massive, gaping holes. But they should be noticeable. If you look closely at the photo in the book, you'll see them (I was confused about this at first, too, since the book's description of the M1 increase says it should be invisible). This photo isn't very good, but it's a close-up of the holes in my poncho:

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2  Re:stitch and bitch cape mod in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by crochetme on: April 01, 2004 04:46:57 PM
Hi kids. Just wanted to share my completed cape mod (please ignore that I took the photo while still in my pajamas).

I also did mine up in about 2 weeks, and it was my first not-hat/not-scarf project. I used two strands of Alfa held together for the MC and three strands of Funny (two light-green, one dark) for the furry accents. I haven't done the pompoms yet; at first I didn't think I would, but now I think I might. Plus, I have to line the neck b/c I can't wear wool against that ultra-sensitive area. Oh, and I think I'm going to make some arm warmers to match. I like that the poncho is short, but it's no good to wear it if I'm freezing!
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