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I'm writing to you, fashion fans, from my sweetheart's couch in Ottawa, with a huge jar of throat-coat tea and a box of tissues close by, because I finally got the cold that's been going around to everyone I know over the last few weeks. The wild temperature fluctuations ("wintermission") have really been wreaking havoc on everyone's immune systems. If you too, have been stricken with the dreaded winter lurgy, I hope you feel well enough to put your (sock and slipper clad) feet up, snuggle into some blankets, put on something innocuous, and get into your knitting.
Maybe you want to make a pretty-as-heck cardigan for the cutest winter layering, or for transitional seasons. Like this one, perhaps?
Folks on Instagram this week have been sharing their #myfirsthandknitsweater, and it's made me think about how I used to only knit sweaters with worsted or chunky yarns, because I couldn't imagine the patience required to make a whole sweater out of fingering weight yarn. Audrey was my turning point, and since then, I have hardly made a sweater that *wasn't* fingering. I think they're perfect.
I know I often advocate for wearing brights with neutrals, and I do think that those two color styles are really well-matched, but this grey weather has me jonesing for every bright color and every tropical fruit.
How will you wear Undercut?