|Green hair? What do you mean? You've never looked lovelier.|
Mrs. Hammond's Shawl
Not a lot of screen time for this first knit, though it plays a small-but-essential role on this small-but-essential character:
I know Katharine Hepburn was approached to play this role, but I can't imagine anyone for Marilla except Colleen Dewhurst... who is from PEI, BTW, SROE.*
Random Lady's Mesh Lace Gloves
AKA social signal for "this is a party for genteel people, Anne with an E, be on your best behavior."
Gilbert's Sweater Vest
Not enough Gilbert yet, you say?
Mr. Phillips's Cardigan
The hair is a no, but the sweater's a yes.
Anne's Go-To Blue Cardigan
It's that perfect garment, the one that goes with your hair and makes your eyes pop...
Marilla's Gray Cardigan
Speaking of go-to sweaters...
Anne's Colorwork Cardigan
Lots of monochromatic knits here, but Ms. Shirley is knows the best way to spruce up a plain white blouse is with some colorful stripes.
Gilbert's Dashing Sweater Vest
Time for more Gilbert, methinks.
Jo Barry's Knit Comforter
Matthew's Shawl Collar Cardi
Or not. Referring to Matthew's manly, textured sweater as a "cardi" just sounds ridiculous.
Matthew's Jaunty Cardivest
And the hat! YAY! M. Cuth is styling without even trying.
Watch this space for Anne of Green Gables 2: Electric Boogaloo!
_____* that's "Significantly Raising One Eyebrow." That's the newest thing the kids are saying. I know it's true because I just made it up. And they speak in abbrev, obvi.