Blast Off!

Cape Cloth's online store launched on Friday, October 10th, and I'm overwhelmed with emotion. I'm tired yet excited, relieved yet unsatisfied, but most of all, I'm grateful.

New England Fashion Brands sums up the tired and excited part here

I'm relieved that everything went as smoothly as I could imagine (still crossing fingers), but I'm unsatisfied because I know this is just the beginning.

And I'm grateful for YOUR support. With everything; from sharing social media links, pictures, and emails with friends and family to making yesterday a success! I'm grateful to have the support of such an unbelievable organization like CapeAbilities, who's excitement has matched or exceeded mine, ensuring that this "thing" has no where to go but up.  I say "thing" because I don't know what it is, but it's a feeling. It's a mindset and lifestyle, much like that enigmatic magic that makes Cape Cod special.

That's what the Cape Cloth logo is to me: something new, something exciting, something that looks familiar to those who "get it" while intriguing those who don't, it's something special. I hope you feel that way when you wear it. Know that you helped someone, somewhere on Cape Cod, because you love the area. The creed sums up the deed: 

Love the Cape, wear the Cloth

As always, Thank YOU for your continued support. 

Fitzy

CapeAbilities President Larry Thayer and Cape Cloth Founder Sean Fitzpatrick wearing "hats that give back"

CapeAbilities President Larry Thayer and Cape Cloth Founder Sean Fitzpatrick wearing "hats that give back"

David Condon, owner of Cape Cod Embroidery, showing off the "Offseason" winter hat. Cape Cloth supports Cape Cod business!

David Condon, owner of Cape Cod Embroidery, showing off the "Offseason" winter hat. Cape Cloth supports Cape Cod business!

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