Styles

Brim Edge Stripes - $135

Single Button Flower Embroidery - $150

Dragonfly Embroidery - $150


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3 Flowers Embroidery - $185


[More photos of felt hats with 3 Flowers Embroidery…]

3 Snowflakes Embroidery - $185


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12 Mini-Flowers Embroidery - $185


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French Knot Mandala Embroidery - $185


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3 Flower Vine Embroidery - $185


[More photos of felt hats with 3 Flower Vine Embroidery…]

Leaf & Vine Embroidery - $235


[More photos of felt hats with Leaf & Vine Embroidery…]

Spiral Vine Embroidery - $235


[More photos of felt hats with Spiral Vine Embroidery…]

5 Flower Vine Embroidery - $250


[More photos of hats with 5 Flower Vine Embroidery…]

 A note on sizing:  While each of my Heirloom Handknit Hats is one of a kind, it’s possible to estimate what size might fit you best. 

First, use a tape measure to get your head circumference, being careful to go over both ears, across the forehead and down over the knobby part at the back of your head.

Now add for ease:  1/2 inch if you want it to fit snugly (for active use), an inch for average fit, or 1 1/2 inches if you prefer a rather loose fit. 

This should give you a good starting number if you want to contact me about your next hat.

I also offer felt hat kits if you’re interested in making your own.

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19 thoughts on “Styles

  1. Hi Sari,

    Because all of my hats each turn out a slightly different size, ordering online can be tricky, but I have had good luck in the past with open-minded folks.

    Generally, we can start with a head measurement in inches, and perhaps a favorite color, and I can then see what I have in the studio that would be a good match. I can then email you some photos of possible hat choices, and we can go from there.

    Best regards– Carrie

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  2. Carrie,
    I recently found your website and I love it!! I too love to knit hats and more. I was wondering if you share your pattern or could guide me where to purchase the pattern.Thanks.

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    • Carolyn,
      Thanks so much for dropping by & saying hello! I appreciate the feedback of other fiber folks.

      I sell hat kits for US$35, (plus shipping), which includes instructions for knitting & felting, a bit of satin ribbon to line the band, and 2 skeins of yarn, enough for one hat. Additional skeins cost $10 each.

      You can contact via email if you’d like a kit: ccmhats AT gmail DOT com

      Thanks again! Carrie

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  3. Hello! I have been looking for hats like yours ever since I lost my Irish embroidered hat several years ago. I want one! How do I order one, select colors, etc.?

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    • Hi Sharran!

      I’m sorry to hear you lost a favorite hat, but so glad you found my site! I’d love you to have one of my hats.

      Because all of my hats each turn out a slightly different size, ordering online can be tricky, but I have had good luck in the past with open-minded folks.

      Generally, we can start with a head measurement in inches, and perhaps a favorite color, and I can then see what I have in the studio that would be a good match. I can then email you some photos of possible hat choices, and we can go from there.

      Best regards– Carrie

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  6. I just met Carrie and what a love. I am so excited I will be hosting a trunk show Thursday Feb.6th from 6-8 pm at White River Yarns. Sample hats will be on display in early Jan. I love them and I know you will also.

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