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Purple, Lavender and Burgundy Alpaca

What a lot of fun these colors are. I don't normally gravitate to them but sometimes combinations just come out of nowhere. This is almost all baby alpaca except that for the white alpaca yarn here has a little bit of silk in it. That yarn and the burgundy boucle` yarn are from Italy and the others are all from Peru`. This is a Four Corners Pussy Cap with a little bit shorter length than usual because once in awhile somebody wants the style but not so much length. It fits beautifully and is equally beautiful on. 

$140.00 + 6.00 shipping

Red Alpaca Boucle`, Merino and Silk 

Red is a tough color to get right but this gorgeous alpaca boucle` from Italy did it beautifully. (It's not quite as pink as it appears here.) I added a handpainted merino/silk yarn from Montana that gives the whole cap some sheen and textural interest. It's one of the shorter Four Corners caps that I've gotten some requests for and have started to work with. Its fit is perfect and it'll stay on nicely no matter how rowdy you get. This is a totally new style and texture for me and I'm really liking it. 

$160.00  SOLD

Lavender Alpaca Boucle Nekker

From Italy we have this beautiful lavender alpaca boucle` yarn that has a little bit of merino in it for strength. The texture that results from these boucle` yarns is really something and because of the skilled spinning the alpaca is able to show off its softness. In alternating rows is a handspun, handpainted merino yarn from South America that is equally as soft and beautiful. Both of these yarns are the right softness for wearing next to the delicate skin of the neck and they'll give you lots of years of warmth and durability. 

$120.00 + 6.00 shipping

Greens, Yellows and Whites

Believe it or not, four amazing yarns have gone into this beauty. A white Italian yarn that's a blend of baby alpaca and silk. A thin yellow strand of vintage wool, probably also from Italy based on the cone it was on when I bought it. A strand of handpainted merino and silk from Montana that's giving us all those wonderful shades of green. And finally the deep green alpaca boucle` yarn in the band that's also from Italy. This is a great big thick cap with a massive turned up band that makes it as though you had two caps on instead of one. It fits beautifully, it's crazy warm and soft and it's going to last you a long long time. 

$120.00 + 6.00 shipping

Orange Merino Boucle` Nekker

Boucle` yarns are so beautiful but it took a lot of years to get good at crocheting with them because the tip of the hook will often get caught on the loops in the yarn and slow things down a lot. I've persisted and now I love working with this classic yarn. Coupled with the boucle` is a really cool multi-color merino yarn from Taiwan that completely changes its orange boucle` companion without overwhelming it. I love the subtlety here and I also really love the softness. 

$120.00 + 6.00 shipping

Natural White Cashmere and Alpaca

The moment I start working with cashmere I tell myself that I'm NOT going to keep this cap for myself. Most of the time I toe the line but every once in awhile I don't. For me anyway, cashmere is the ultimate fiber because it feels so heavenly next to the skin. But it's not just that - it has a lot of other characteristics that make it my fave. In this traditional beanie cap (with a turned up band) I coupled the Mongolian cashmere with a strand of natural Peruvian alpaca tweed. The contrasting band is the white cashmere with black cashmere accents. It's outrageously soft and wow does it feel good on. Better grab it before I do. 

$160.00 + 6.00 shipping  SOLD

Black Black and Black

There are two yarns crocheted together as one here. They are a thick blended strand of cashmere and yak with a strand of superfine alpaca. Lots of thickness here but as you can see the stitches have some breathing room in them so your head can breathe a little. This cap is a traditional style but there's enough length to bring it way down to the eyebrows or turn it up a little. If you're looking for black here's your cap. 

$120.00 + 6.00 shipping

​Blue and Red Shetland Wool

Shetland wool is world-famous for good reason; it makes super warm sweaters for those cold and wet British Isles climates. But it's too scratchy for next to the skin so I crocheted a black cashmere/baby alpaca liner on the inside so the Shetland wool never has to touch your skin. In this traditional style beanie cap it's been joined by a strand of natural black superfine alpaca yarn from Peru`. This is a new style of cap that I've been working on - it has the traditional rounded top but with a huge turned up band that essentially makes it like you're wearing two caps in one. This is what you want when you absolutely have to stay warm and the cap absolutely has to stay on your head. The fit is snug but not tight and the inside softness is a dream.

$120.00 + 6.00 shipping  SOLD

Natural Alpaca Nekker with a bit of silk

The whitest yarn you see in this Nekker is baby alpaca with a bit of silk in it and was spun in Italy. It's an amazingly soft and silky yarn and I bought everything I could get of it. Its companion here is a truly beautiful yarn from the alpacas on Sunrise Ranch in Utah. A dark brown strand was spun with a natural white strand and the result is a softness and beauty that's hard to find in commercially spun yarns. Together these two alpaca yarns have made for a wonderful Nekker that will give you amazing comfort, warmth and softness for many years to come.

$140.00 + 6.00 shipping

Coral Angora and Wool with Alpaca

I took a walk on the wild side with this combination of coral angora fur, coral wool, coral-accented merino and black baby alpaca with silk. I don't know, did I leave anything out? It's a massive cap in a traditional style with its rounded top. But the big turned up band changes everything as it'll be like wearing two caps at once. The fit is perfect and it'll likely stay on your head unless you're riding a bull, in which case I might suggest a cowboy hat instead of a beanie. So thick, so big, so warm and soft enough to make you smile. 

$120.00 + 6.00 shipping

Italian and Peruvian Baby Alpaca

The white yarn in this Four Corners cap is a blend of baby alpaca and silk from Italy. It is amazingly soft and smooth and is a perfect companion for the strand of Peruvian alpaca tweed in white, tan and brown. The cap is trimmed in the baby alpaca/silk yarn. The fit is snug but not tight so it'll stay on nicely no matter what you're doing. Thick, warm, soft and wonderful on. It's a beauty. 

160.00 + 6.00 shipping

​Qiviut, Baby Alpaca and Silk Cap

Once a strand of qiviut is in a cap you know it's going to be one thing above all else: soft. Add to that the strand of black baby alpaca and silk and you have an amazing thickness and softness here that's hard to describe; I guess soft will have to do then. A tiny thread of red mohair has been added for a touch of color. In the big turned up band we have black baby alpaca accented with pure red silk. This is a really big, really soft and exceptionally warm cap. The massive turned up band will make it seem like you're wearing two caps in one. You'll never be cold again with this one on. A nice fit - not too tight but tight enough that it won't fall off. 

180.00 + 6.00 shipping
Black & White Handspun Cashmere

When the Mongolian cashmere is good, it's really really good. So here you go, a classic style beanie cap that's pure handspun Mongolian cashmere from top to bottom. Not sure a lot more has to be said. Sometimes I think all I need to say about cashmere is that it's cashmere - your experience and brain does the rest of the work. This cap is long and lusciously soft and warm. Enjoy!

140.00 SOLD
Orange Merino Boucle`

The orange yarn you're seeing here is a soft Italian merino boucle`. The merino is spun in such a way that it creates little loops or curls along the length of the core thread. It's not easy to work with but the results are worth it. It has been joined by a strand of vintage red wool and a beautiful strand of Peruvian alpaca tweed. Accenting is another great boucle` yarn in charcoal. What a great Four Corners cap this turned out to be! Perfect sizing and stretch for anybody's head and so thick and insulating that your head will never be cold again. It just feels amazing on. 

160.00 + 6.00 shipping
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