Ciela: The winged sprite that leads Link along his journeys through Hyrule. What does this have to do with my sweater? Absofreakin’ nothing. The sweater was designed as a ‘shout out’ to all those moths that nibbled their way into people’s stash.  Rather than maligning the moth, I decided to name it after the winged charmer from Zelda.
This sweater took way too long to complete, but in fairness to the pattern, it really lends itself to the ‘Interrupted Knitter’.  I was able to pick this up and put it down as life dictated.  That, my dear readers, makes for a splendid pattern.  The fact that it was lovely to look at and even lovelier to wear makes my life complete.
That’s it, that’s all. Peace out!

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