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Stylish hand-knit Spro Baby Cap that is soft & comfy on the skin
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Mar '09
LibraKnits specializes in making luxurious handmade baby hats for the baby gift-giver. The company's new product line, the Spro Cap uses a unique blend of yarn that is soft and comfy on baby's skin. The Spro Cap combines functionality and style that ensures your baby is comfortable and fashionable from their first day.

According to LibraKnits founder Amanda Sawyer, the phrase,"Spro," loosely translated, is the Buddhist concept of inspiration. "We named our hat the Spro Cap because we hope that each baby who wears it will one day be inspired to make the world a better place," adds Sawyer.

LibraKnits was started after a two-year battle with infertility. Amanda Sawyer's story had a happy ending in that she recently gave birth to her first child, a baby girl. As she has made many stylish baby hats for her customers, she can proudly say that she, too, is now a customer and hopes the new product line will continue to bring hope and happiness to each baby who wears a LibraKnits cap.

"We hand knit our hats in the round, which means that there are no irritating seams on the baby's skin," states Sawyer. "Our goal is to create the most beautiful, luxurious and functional baby gifts that we can."

Most pediatricians recommend that newborn babies have their heads covered for at least the first two weeks of their life because they cannot regulate their body temperature. The LibraKnits Spro Cap takes care of that need as it was specifically designed and sized for newborns to wear indoors during those first weeks and months.

Each cap is hand-knit using a unique blend of yarn that consists of bamboo, silk and lambs wool. The blend feels wonderful on baby skin and will help keep infants comfortable indoors or out. The Spro Cap is designed to fit newborn babies up to three months and retails for $25.95. With proper care, the Spro Cap will be a wonderful keepsake baby gift for years to come.

LibraKnits LLC

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