Baily Ann Rose fashioned this magic somewhere off'a Colfax in Denva, Colorada, falling into winter of 2020. Unique processes utilized in creating this magic contribute to natural variations & asymmetries that remind us of our wild & raucous nature.
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Fiber Content (YARN) : 100% Peruvian Highland Worsted Wool sourced from the Yarn Shoppe in Denver, hand dyed by The Fabulous CAB (Cassandra Allen Brown) & team.
FUR POM: Colorada Coyote scrap fur from a commissioned coyote design. Coyote is an invasive species on ranches in Colorado, with a lot of pelts going to waste. Utilizing coyote in this design is a zero waste, circular, regenerative practice. The pelt was given to Baily from a rancher who usually throws the pelts away.
Design Details :
- Pockets in the hem to hide gems in, when not folded up.
- Zero waste design
(ha, a joke 'cos all knitting is a zero waste pattern, 'cos it only uses as much yarn is needed to knit the design... but for reals, it is zero waste)
- Compostable Design : All elements are compostable. After wearing a lifetime or two, return back to the earth, to let decompose & biodegrade.
- Extra Matching Yarn: to use for mending holes over the lifetime of the toque
Transparency on average time taken to make this be.annie toque :
5 HOURS =
+1 hr to knit on knitting machine
+1 hr blocking (steaming) + sewing + finishing toque
+2 hrs sourcing yarn + coyote, storing pelt, sewing into fur pom, sewing pom onto toque
+1 hr photo, website, selling, administrative, shipping
CABlu & Coyote be.annie
Orders processed Monday - Thursday: 9am - 5pm Mountain Time
LIFETIME GUARANTEE + EXCHANGES
defective items that are the artist's responsibility & mistake (they happen!) will be mended, repaired, returned, or exchanged, according to the customer’s desire & consultation.
Returns must be in an unworn & clean condition to be returned, unless it is because of the above mentioned defectiveness due to a human mistake while creating the item.
Returns must be postmarked within 3 weeks of the original purchase.
Hand wash gently with lukewarm water with your favorite organic as fuck detergent
Lay flat to dry on a sweater rack, or a cookie rack works peachy keen, or anything really, that allows air to pass through the garment
Be gentle handling the pom when wet. Let completely dry, and then shake out the pom to fluff it back up, while holding the base of the pom from inside the be.annie. Pretend the pom is a coyote that just took a bath in the river, and shake it like a coyote would shake itself after exiting the wild water. ;)