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|I received a beautiful
hat made of so so soft fiber in the color turquoise. The hat is homey, cozy
and full of love. My hat sits on my head like a jewel. I love love love
|I have three hats
from Carol. My all natural hood was made entirely from the wool of a black
sheep named JJ. I love knowing his name and can relate to "black sheep".
My berry hats have all my favorite colors and they are my Jazz caps that
I wear around the house and also on stage when I am playing trombone. I
am constantly having people tell me they love my hats. Carol involves herself
with each step of the process with loving care and a great artistic sense.
Mike Smith, Carol's webmaster - www.nanoSmith.net
|I bought 3 hats....my
friends bought 2 hats and, so on.....it's hard to stop at one! These are
the yummiest most organic hats i've ever had. I get continuous compliments!
Cari Lutz, Los Angeles CA
|I love my Carol
products. I am the proud owner of berry cap, a hood and a small wool rug.
Every time I wear one of my hats. I guarantee that someone will compliment
me on having such a cool hat and want to know how to purchase one. On cold
chicago winter night sometimes I sleep with my hat on. It's a big part of
me Sept. through March. It's so great to have an assecorie that is so unique
and made with so much quality.
Alyce Henson, www.alycehenson.com
|I'm nuts about Carol's work.
A perfect marriage of fantastic yarn and great design, I have to pat myself
on the back for buying one of her knitted hoods way before they did a photo
spread on those hats in the New York Times.
Madeline Meyerowitz - owner, enokiworld. www.enokiworld.com
|I have a beautiful sheep's fleece
vest that makes me feel like a viking when I wear it! The fasteners are
made from leather and wood. The coolest thing was that when I asked for
a matching hat, Carol not only said that was very doable, she actually knew
the individual sheep the yarn had come from - apparently it was from Lester!
Fred Hickler, www.fisheyeworld.com
Photograph by Christian White