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THE CARIAD HAT

THE CARIAD HAT

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C's Beanies
Prix habituel
$65.00
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$65.00
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The Cariad Hat
 
Cariad is the Welsh word meaning Love!  This beautiful hat has the perfect column of cabled hearts. 
 
The Cariad hat is hand knit with Malabrigo Mecha 100% fine, lightweight merino wool.  This is a lightweight merino wool that has a slight thick-and-thin texture.  Known for its incredible softness and warmth, it is a breathable, odor resistant wool, that absorbs moisture, keeping you warm and dry all year!  Merino Wool is naturally long, which makes for a strong fiber.  Because of the high quality of this wool, this hat will wear well, maintain its shape, and remain looking great!
 
This ethically and sustainably sourced wool is hand dyed in small batches, so no two beanies are the same!
 
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to DM me on Instagram @cs.beanies or email me at mcodger@hotmail.com!
 
This item ships within 3-5 business days.  Except for Custom Orders.
 
Pattern:  The Cariad Hat by Cate @weird.sheep

Sizing:  One Size
~Fits approximately 20”- 23" head.
~Approximate Dimensions are 9.5” tall x 7.5” wide.
 
Materials:
~100% ethically sourced hand-dyed Merino Wool 
~Faux Leather or Cork branding tag
~Metal screw closure on tag
~Faux Fur Pom
~Wooden button

Photos are taken to represent the true color as clearly as possible, but there may be some slight variations due to the nature of the yarn and different computer screens.
 
Colors can also be viewed on www.malabrigoyarns.com.
 
Care:
~Recommended to remove Pom.
~Pom can be spot cleaned and fluffed with a hair dryer set on low.
~Hand wash the Beanie or spot clean with cold water and wool safe detergent.  Lay flat to air dry.
 
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“It was only a sunny smile, and little it cost in the giving, but like morning light it scattered the night and made the day worth living.” 
                                                                                             ~F. Scott Fitzgerald