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Happy Friday fashion fans!!
Those of you south of the border are heading into a long weekend, which might just be a fantastic time to start a brand new knitting project. That is, unless you're cooking for a zillion of your favorite folks. I hope that however you are spending your time, you get to see some of your nears and dears, and hopefully get a few stitches in.
I went on a bit of a destashing spree this week. I frogged a bunch of projects I haven't touched in ages, and swapped a bunch of yarn I didn't have big dreams for. In exchange I got some very ethical coffee, postage stamps, some stunning yarn I *do* have big dreams for, and some nail decals shaped like tiny tiny snacks. I also frogged a hat I have already ripped and reknitted three times. I think I finally know how to make it perfect, and I'm pretty impressed that the yarn still looks kind of great.
Here is something else that looks kind of great (by which I mean super great, actually).
Cappadocia has a simple shape and is the perfect layering piece for unpredictable weather. I love the way the simple lace makes the ribs ripple slightly. The pattern looks a bit like staggered blossoms on a trellis.
In a yarn like this one, with a generous shot of silk, you might not even mind if you make some mistakes and have to knit it again and again.
Wear it like a blazer, over a crisp collared shirt and slim pants, over a flowy dress, or with some serious glitter.
How will you wear Cappadocia? I hope it's with sparklepants!