Features knit and crocheted handspun hats made by myself and my daughter from a variety of natural fibers including various wools, alpaca, mohair, silk and plant fibers such as hemp, linen (flax), cotton and bamboo. This blog links to my website where many of the hats are for sale. All hats are original designs and are made from fiber spun by either myself or my daughter.
This is a scarf I never got around to posting here. I made it last spring for a customer who had a huge lot of saved malamute hair. She had several dogs. So there was plenty of fiber for a nice long scarf. It was super soft and warm.
This is a
large size, 11 in. diameter tam made from very pale gray alpaca (looks white in
the photo), beige chow hair, gray mohair, and beige and gray shetland wool.
Very soft and comfy, and very warm.
This is an extra large tam and is about 11 inches in diameter. The darker gray is jacob wool and the lighter fuzzy sections are malamute hair. The thin off white stripes are angora. Very soft and warm!