this highly-rated shawl collar pullover at Anthropologie for a while. I probably took too much time for just eyeing it, because the season was almost gone and people started talking about the summer outfit when I awoke from the daydream. Instead of ordering it, I shook my head and decided to sew it for myself immediately. There you see my version of shawl(cape) collar pullover, here. Yes, I made this fluffy thing. People now start talking pre-winter fashion. Well, I'm almost a lap behind in the race with sewing wintry clothes...
Leaving that aside, I have a beautiful friend who always amazes me with her lovely self-sewn outfit. We share a similar, but not the same, taste in clothes in my opinion, and she's been my living eye-candy since I met her for the first time. Actually and coincidentally, we gradually found that we hid quite a few pairs of exactly same shoes and also same bags sometime in different colors in our closets. At the beginning, I used to feel pretty embarrassed by the fact that I had same pairs of shoes as hers, because I felt that I was the pitiful one who cunningly tried to mimic a beautiful friend. I mean, like a horrifying type of stalkers. However, because we repeatedly found that we would choose the same things independently, and also because she didn't seem she minded me to be like this, I started feeling easy and recognizing it amusing. Phew, a long story.
Everything is under control, generally speaking.
pattern: cape-collar/boat neck pullover
from aviver paper patterns (paper pattern)
Bottom hem narrowed.
fabric: off-white knit fabric with fluffy stuff and ribbons,
stretch well, but not so recovering after stretched,
fairly thick, soft, hanging, loose.