Margarita finished her Ann Norling Top Down Poncho for Babies & Kids (#64), she knit it in Blue Sky Alpaca Dyed Cotton and used a novelty yarn for the bottom stripe. We all fell in love with this cutie. (And yes, she's adding another pom-pom.)
Robin was finishing up her child's poncho, which is knit in 2 rectangles and sewn together. The rectangles were kind of in between 2 sizes and needed to be an inch longer, so we took out the bind off and she knit them an inch longer. Sewing a poncho based on 2 rectangles is a 3 dimensional event. To borrow a phrase from another designer, "there is an origami moment".
Lastly I have to share these stitch dots that Ann and I bought from Noble Knits. The are split ring markers that go in this cute little purse (like the old fashioned change purses that you squeeze to open - my grandmother had one). The are marked with handy things like RS/WS/Start/End, etc. I love my gadgety tools. I must start something that will require their usage.