The shrug'n'vest = coat in nylon from this post is enough of a delight to keep me exploring the warmth and lightness and shelter of nylon in garments.
Fleece material, which epiphany'ed me a year or so ago, is here as a vest (I love the design - two slits and it is done!) and teamed with the nylon shrug. It serves when the wind has more of a chill in it than the nylon vest is comfortable with.
I am pleased! It flows .... floats .... houses.
The reaction to varying temperatures is being observed; autumn with its cool mornings and warm mid-days, cool winds, chilly winds, hot sun, shaded sun provides many situations.
The scarf resulted from tying together cut-out pattern pieces from a blouse; I liked very much the texture and colour of the material so knotted the pieces into a scarf which continues to drape nicely and unravel interestingly over the years.
The rummage sale where I came across the pieces in a MISC box with other DWIP's (Discarded Works In Progress; this had the pattern attached to it, likely the donor hoped someone would make up the blouse; wonder what she would think of my re-purposing) is at the Monterey Center and happening again in October.