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Happy Friday Twistfans! Friday doesn't mean the same thing to me as it does to most folks, since I almost always work on the weekend, and while most folks dread Mondays, I almost never work on those! It is a topsy-turvy world. Regardless, I still look forward to Friday, and one of the reasons is this dedicated time to talk about knitting and fashion.
This week's featured sweater is Tuin, and she is a stunner.
The shape is classic, the yoke is stunning, and today it was extremely windy and I wanted to be wearing three of these in layers.
A few folks have made this already, and with gorgeous results. Some knitters have kept the main color steady throughout the sweater, and only had the stranded details in a contrasting color. This option makes for a top that is a little more neutral, because the contrast is less striking. Either way, Tuin is a looker.
An easy shape and turtleneck are a natural fit with jeans, but I wanted to see what would happen if I put Tuin with some skirts, and you know what? I think it works beautifully.
With cute flats and earrings with a little sparkle, I think this pretty top can take you just about anywhere.
How will you wear Tuin?