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A table shows the colors of Mr. Rogers’ cardigans from 1969 to 2001

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April 6, 2021

Grace Ebert

Image via Owen Phillips

It’s a wonderful day for a chronological look at the colorful selection of cardigans popular TV host Fred Rogers has in every episode of Mister Rogers’ neighborhood. Starting with blue at the beginning of the show – the softly spoken symbol seems to have preferred more pastel colors in those early days – the card extends to the red it wore when it last aired on August 31, 2001. Rogers’ legacy is synonymous with the cozy item of clothing, many of which were hand knitted by his mother. One is part of the collection in the Smithsonians National Museum of American History.

Record a hard copy of the chart created by Owen Phillips Who runs the data-centric F5 newsletter in honor of Rogers’ birthday on March 20th the F5 shop. (above Laughing squid)

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