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KNITTED CAPS

Flower Hat
Pattern: $7.95
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gauge: 4 1/2 stitches = 1 in
Materials:
      Yarn -
220 yards DK weight alpaca yarn
      Needles: #8 circular needles, 24" long
Kit: $26.95 (Makes 1 cap. Kit includes pattern, one 100 gram skein alpaca yarn. Contact us with your yarn color preference.)




Waldron Island Cap
Pattern: $7.95
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gauge: 4 1/2 stitches = 1 in
Materials:
      Yarn for three color cap -
3 colors 110 yards each, DK weight       alpaca yarn
      or
      Yarn for one color cap - 220 yards DK weight alpaca yarn
      Needles: #8 circular needles, 24" long
Kit: $49.95 (Makes 2 caps. Kit includes pattern, 1 skein handpainted yarn, 2 skeins custom or heathered yarn. Contact us with your yarn color preference.)




Friday Harbor Cap
Pattern: $7.95
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
Gauge: 5 1/2 stitches = 1 in
Materials:
      Yarn for three color cap -
3 colors 110 yards each, DK weight       alpaca yarn
      or
      Yarn for one color cap - 220 yards DK weight alpaca yarn
      Needles: #7 circular needles, 24" long
Kit: $49.95 (Makes 2 caps. Kit includes pattern, 1 skein handpainted yarn, 2 skeins custom or heathered yarn. Contact us with your yarn color preference.)

Letter from an appreciative customer

Dear Marjorie,

Last September I bought the Friday Harbor Cap kit, and you were kind enough to help me with the decreasing and finishing.

I thought you might get a chuckle out of the fact that I wore it for three days and nights last week! On December 28th at 1:00 am, the electricity went out over a huge area of the Tehachapi Mountains in Southern California due to a fierce snowstorm with high winds. We got power on again at 12:30 am on December 31st. And we were among the lucky ones. Some areas are expected to have power by later today. Well, we bundled up in about four layers of clothes, snuggled under blankets by the fire in the fireplace, and we were still cold. It got down to 46 inside the house by the time the heater could run again. The only time we were warm was when we went to bed, fully clothed and capped.

And what did I do for three days besides shiver? When it was light enough to see, I knitted on the second cap I am going to get from the leftover yarn! Who knows - some time I may need to wear two at once!

Karen Seely


Contact Honey Lane Farms:
Marjorie Puckett
mpuckett@rockisland.com
360-378-1895