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Taylor Swift Shows Off Epic Sweater Knitted By Fan

Taylor Swift has a long history of gift-giving with her fans, but this very well may be one of the most epic gifts she’s ever received from a fan.

In an Instagram post shared on Sunday, Sept. 6, the “Bad Blood” singer showed off a sweater she said was knitted by a fan and handed to her mother after a concert. The peach colored top features a Polaroid photo of Swift that was used in the marketing of her latest album, 1989.

“Someone knitted this sweater for me of a Polaroid of myself and gave it to my mom tonight at the show,” an excited Swift wrote in the caption. “It has very quickly become my everything. Thank you, mysterious knitter.”

Swift presumably received the sweater after one of her shows in Denver over the weekend. She next heads to Houston on Wednesday, Sept. 9, where she will be performing with Vance Joy and Shawn Mendes as opening acts.

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