Yes, becaus ethey keep yu wanr and comfort you. There are also some differences like the fact that a pancho has no sleaves and sweaters do. (; peac eput nigguh. (:
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I like L.L. Bean lambs wool sweaters
cowboys wear....big hatsponchos
Chilean clothes are closely associated with the garments like ponchos, coats, and pants.
One can knit:HatsScarvesSweatersShawlsPonchosJacketsGlovesSocksBlanketsPillowsLamp ShadesStuffed AnimalsSkirts/Dresses (?)I've even heard of knitting belts out of fishing line!
Clothes...like socks and sweaters
SWEATERS S-W-E-A-T-E-R-S SWEATERS
Both mohair sweaters and angora sweaters
Dale of Norway sweaters has their own website where the sweaters can be purchased. However, other websites also sell them, like Scandinavian Gifts, Norway Shop, and Moose Mountain Trading Co.
Actual Spanish ponchos are made of cotton and linen blends. They are a common covering in the Latin American region.
You can find cheap Avenged Sevenfold sweaters on their merchandise website. Or, you find some at places like Hot Topic.
no because they don't have sweaters with chickens in their pockets
I don't know where you can get Fred and George sweaters but you can find House sweaters online. or you could get Blue sweaters and add a 'F' and 'G'
No one in particular. Ponchos have been used for many centuries in the Andes Mountains of South America, notably in Peru.
Yes!! ponchos are the coolest thing ever, you should own 7, one for each day of the week
i think sweaters are made by sheep wool.
Sweaters and Shirts have both Long Sleeves but the Sweaters are much thicker than other shirts. Shirts have buttons or zippers unlike other sweaters.
Right now most sweaters are on sale or clearanced out. The range for ladies sweaters is $20 - 40. Mens sweaters are about $40 right now.
There really isn't too many places with sweaters out yet, but personally I love the sweaters from Hollister
The plural noun sweaters can be used as a subject, a direct object, an indirect object, or the object of a preposition; for example: Subject: The sweaters are for school. Direct Object: We bought sweaters for school. Indirect Object: Dad will make the sweaters a shelf in my closet. Object of a Preposition: Dad will make a shelf for the sweaters.
a Mexican clothing that go on your shoulders
Sweaters for Penguins was created in 2002-08.