Natural Fiber Hats for Fall

My poor blog has been really neglected over the past few weeks, it’s been one of those things of, “oh crap I need to do that!” and it just gets pushed down on the list. I’ve had a number of things to get done before my newest little bundle of joy arrives next week! I think knowing the actual date that the baby will be arriving has changed my perspective of things and it’s not just a surprise for me to keep putting things off and thinking that I still have plenty of time. Now I feel like there’s a deadline and I have to get everything in order. Wrapping up a number of projects, nesting for the baby and trying to make a few new items for my shop.

Originally I was going to wait and add all of my new fall and winter items in September, however, I’ve been getting a little concerned about my recovery time, juggling a baby and a toddler and all of my other day to day duties so I’ve decided to start offering my new items now! Yay!!


Adult wool and alpaca fiber winter hat

I must say I really love these new items, right now they are all hats but they are all made of natural fibers. They come in gorgeous hues, super soft in texture and just scream rustic, autumn days. This is exactly what I was hoping to turn my shop into so I’m really excited to get these added. Right now they are available in wool and alpaca yarns, some of which were locally spun! I have one new adult hat and four children’s hats available right now and hoping to make a few more before fall but we shall see what the coming weeks hold for me.


I have three new hats in my shop as of right now, hopefully the last two will be added in the next day or two. Please check them out and let me know your thoughts! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.


Baby Wool Hat


Baby Alpaca Fiber Hat

Just a little side note, after next Wednesday I will be on a short leave so processing times will be slightly longer than noted on my individual shop items. I will get everything processed as quickly as possible and plan on being back to normal by September, just in time for the holiday rush to begin!

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