Taylor Swift superfan spends eight months knitting a picture of Taylor into a jumper
Singer tweeted about the 'mystery knitter' on Monday
A Taylor Swift superfan is going viral after the singer tweeted about a handmade sweater she was gifted at her Colerado 1989 tour show.
Colorado fan Jadda posted shortly before the show that she had completed the jumper, but it took until the second Taylor Swift show she attended to work up the courage to give it to the singer.
Jadda had spent eight months working on the design, which incorporated a polaroid photograph from Swift's 1989 album artwork on a peach-coloured jumper.
"I started working on this in September, a couple of weeks after you released 'Shake if Off' as a single".
"Thousands of stitches have gone into this hand knitted sweater. I hope (Taylor) likes it!"
Jadda gave the jumper to Taylor through her mother Andrea, whose attention was caught by Jadda's boyfriend furiously motioning to her.
Someone knitted this sweater of a Polaroid of me and gave it to my mom at the show. Thank you, mysterious knitter. pic.twitter.com/firiax6SzS— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) September 7, 2015
Jadda gave a letter with the jumper but the letter did not make it's target as Taylor later tweeted her thanks to her 'mystery knitter'.
Jadda posted her picture with Andrea to prove she made the jumper and Taylor reblogged it, thanking her "so so so much".
"Jadda I absolutely love it and it's so comfortable. I can definitely tell it was made with love".
"I will remember it forever", Jadda told Buzzfeed. "I never expected her to wear it!"