This sweater was knitted by Brad's mother, Nita is an amazing artist -- you really should check out her work here. I placed this one for her at the clothespin outside of Philadelphia's City Hall.
In other news --
EDIT: I THINK WE HAVE THIS COVERED. Many thanks to all who contacted me.
Every year I wander around stores aimlessly looking for a turtleneck sweater like Hemingway wore in his portrait by Eisenstaedt, and every year I come up empty handed. And then sometime during the year (usually around July) I think "why not have someone make me one" and then I forget about it.
So, this is my favorite sweater
Clickenzee to Embiggen!
(I apologize for Roswell covering it up. I mentioned that I have to spend a great deal of time carrying her around. I wasn't kidding. She's like a bowling ball attached to me by a 12 inch chain. (I also cooked breakfast like this.) You can see the sweater a bit better here.)
It's soft and warm and I've worn it much for years. The neck's come apart and I'd love it if someone could knit (and attach) a turtleneck to it. Perfect color match not important. Email me to discuss. kyle at kylecassidy dot com.
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