Jango's Pocho

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    Jango's Pocho

    I saw it on a figure the other day and thought it would be a neat accessory. Does anyone have one? Any suggestions on the types of material? does anyone have any pictures of it?

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    Haha i was gonna pick one up too. I was thinking more of a heavy material, kind of like the poncho that clint eastwood wore but in a solid color. I was actually gonna sport it without the jet pack.


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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    I'd go with wool. Maybe a grey army blanket dyed blue if the wool will take the dye. My wife has machine washed my green army blanket before with no problem, and it'd probably be best to let it air dry.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    this could be very cool. i'd love to see pictures when you're done.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    Really doesn't look like it would require much if any sewing. I would wear it with my pack since I use the arena pack. I was at the fabric store today and never thought of it.

    BTW, I know how to spell poncho, I don't know how to type.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    below are two very good images of the poncho!
    I have been on the lookout for a similiar material and have not found it yet. So if someone does I too would be interested in buying some!




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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    That's a great picture.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    Going to try and get this fabric today. I don't suspect it will be that easy. Let you know what I find.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    Im in for about 4yds if you find it! (I think 4 should cover it) We need to find a good pattern also.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    I'm going to put this on the list of fabric to look for the next time I go to the LA Fashion District.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    this is pretty close! and expensive but pretty darn close!

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Herringbone-Mid-...sid=p1638.m118

    It is the same pattern and close to the same color look at the side by side and post your opinion.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    Man, that's a nice find there 2917. I may have to order a couple yards of that.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    Yeah looks pretty good.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    Looks like it's sewn in loops. I found some close stuff today, but nothing exact. It looks like it will be closer to upolstery fabric rather than clothing facric. $14 doesnt sound too bad, some og the stuff I saw today was 29 or more.

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    Re: Jango's Pocho

    I'd say a wool or cotton blanket that has the same/similar weave.
    Foxbatkllr's right, L.A. fabric district is bound to have something.

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