Maddi is another one of our Teak babies born and bred right here in the Skagit Valley, just south of Mount Vernon. She has super fine fleece, great solid color, and has what is becoming a normal "Teak" personality; calm and easy going. I still have no problem rounding this young lady up for whatever I need to do with her. To finish this cria off, you would get gray on both sides of the family. Her full brother is Graydown's Hobbs a wonderful rose gray male.
Graydown's Lili with Georgia
Price: $1,500 for Lili and $600 for Georgia
Lili is one of the best we have had on the farm, a wonderful dark fawn that has produced some outstanding cria and Georgia (out of Graydown's Teak) is no exception, super fine with good crimp, she is now over a year old, Georgia is not registered right now but can be at the cost of the new owner.
Just a better picture of Lili
Summer is white girl out of Graydown's Teak, her mom died when Summer was young so she was bottle feed, she also is a blue eyed white and deaf. Summer is not registered and is being sold as a non breeder.
Teaks profile to come
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Hand knit hats
Price $30 to $50
These are some of our hand knit hats, all of our hats are hand knit, not machine knit and seamed or turned out on a circular knitter, what's the difference.. Well for me one size doesn't fit all, I like a nice crown and a good cuff, I enjoy using different colors and different kinds of yarn and all of that without a seam running up the inside of the hat but all that means you should really try these hats on before you purchase them.
Most of our hats run from $30 to $50, the ones pictured are $40.
Price $40 to $50
These hats were designed by Karen as a shout out to the tulip festival here in Skagit Valley. The color in all of our tulip hats are hand dyed hand spun yarn, I have just started using hand spun yarn for the background making a very thick warm hat and only adding $10 to the original design. The two hats that are pictured have mill spun backgrounds and are $40.
These hats are made a bit smaller for smaller heads. These hats are just a smaller version of our other hats, most are 100% alpaca, all different designs and sizes
Hand dyed Hand spun yarn
Price: .20cents per yard
I tend to spin a bit chunky, not supper fat but thicker than DK weight for sure (I just knit a hat using some hand spun yarn with #11 needles and only went through 80 yards). Nice and thick, wonderfully soft this yarn makes great hats and scarfs.
Hand dyed Hand spun
Price: .20 cents per yarddd
Different colors of our hand dyed/spun yarns.
Hand spun yarn
Price: .20 cents per yard
More of our chunky hand spun yarn, this time we are using the natural colors. Just to keep things interesting I had some silk added into of our rovings, it makes for some wonderful yarn with extra shine.
Mill spun yarn
Price: $18 to $26 for 200 yards
We use a mill in Edmonds and we really like the end product, most of what we have is light sport wt. but we are now carrying some DK wt. also. We have some blends with silk and others with sheep but most of our yarn is 100% alpaca.
Adult Fingerless gloves
These are some of our South American imports, 100% alpaca, hand knit fingerless gloves at a price that can't be beat. Best to try these on before purchase being they are all different sizes. Also available in "kid" size for $5.00 each.
100% alpaca mittens for the same great price as our fingerless gloves. Also available in "kid" size for $5.00 each.
These are real nice 50% alpaca x 35% wool x 15% synthetic blankets that measure about 60" x 66" without the fringe. We don't carry lots of these so we don't have all the colors available.