No rest for the wicked, straight on with the next capelet. I chose some vintage white mohair for this one. I seem to be favouring the handspun or the mohair lately, I don't know why that is.
This is some vintage Mohair yarn called Tahiti by Lister (UK) Ltd from around 1976. Its double-knit weight and is 67% Mohair, 28% Wool, 5% Nylon. Its not as high quality as I usual buy but at 67% Mohair its pretty close.
The only problem with working with mohair are the fly-away fibres that seem to shed as you work which make me sneeze and makes my eyes itch a little. This one is lightweight compared to the green one, the yarn is nowhere near as dense.
Such a pretty capelet needs pretty buttons and I've chosen some silver coloured diamante/rhinestone buttons that I bought a few years ago specifically for wedding capes.