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  • Martha Burns as Mrs. Burgess wearing a cream knitted capelet in the episode "Convalescence" of the 2009 series "Murdoch Mysteries."
    • Shaftesbury Films
    • ITV

    Murdoch Mysteries: Convalescence

    2009

    Costume seen on Martha Burns as Mrs. Burgess

  • Corinne Koslo as Rachel Lynde wearing a cream knitted capelet in the 2017-2019 series "Anne with an E."
    • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
    • Netflix

    Anne with an E

    2017 - 2019

    Costume seen on Corinne Koslo as Rachel Lynde

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About the Costume

Martha Burns’ crocheted capelet has an interesting history in the world of television. It made its first on-screen appearance in 2009 when Burns wore it as Mrs. Burgess in the Murdoch Mysteries episode entitled Convalescence. Several years later, the capelet reappeared in a completely different show – Anne with an E – worn by Corinne Koslo as Rachel Lynde. It’s fascinating to see how a single piece of clothing can transcend one show and find a new home in another, creating a subtle connection between two separate fictional worlds. The capelet itself is a beautiful piece, with intricate details and a cozy, comforting feel that makes it perfect for the colder months. 

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About the Costume

Martha Burns’ crocheted capelet has an interesting history in the world of television. It made its first on-screen appearance in 2009 when Burns wore it as Mrs. Burgess in the Murdoch Mysteries episode entitled Convalescence. Several years later, the capelet reappeared in a completely different show – Anne with an E – worn by Corinne Koslo as Rachel Lynde. It’s fascinating to see how a single piece of clothing can transcend one show and find a new home in another, creating a subtle connection between two separate fictional worlds. The capelet itself is a beautiful piece, with intricate details and a cozy, comforting feel that makes it perfect for the colder months. 

Martha Burns’ crocheted capelet has an interesting history in the world of television. It made its first on-screen appearance in 2009 when Burns wore it as Mrs. Burgess in the Murdoch Mysteries episode entitled Convalescence. Several years later, the capelet reappeared in a completely different show – Anne with an E – worn by Corinne Koslo as Rachel Lynde. It’s fascinating to see how a single piece of clothing can transcend one show and find a new home in another, creating a subtle connection between two separate fictional worlds. The capelet itself is a beautiful piece, with intricate details and a cozy, comforting feel that makes it perfect for the colder months. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Amelia Douglas
Photos provided by:
  • Amelia Douglas
  • Katie S.
Costume Designer:
  • Alex Reda

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