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Luxurious 'Re sa' Caps to bring warmth & joy to your baby
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Jul '08
“Re sa” Caps promise to bring warmth and joy to both the person giving the hat and the baby who wears it

In the fall of 2006, Amanda Sawyer heard the words that no woman wants to hear. She was told that she could never have children. Out of disbelief she started to seek out the opinions of 7 different specialists, only to be told the same thing - she was suffering from a degenerative disease which had likely rendered her infertile. During the many doctor visits, she needed something to help pass the time, and that is when she picked up her knitting needles. At that time many of her girlfriends were pregnant, and how could she not be happy for them? So she knitted them soft and cozy little baby hats with all the energy and love that she could put into them. She gave them to her girlfriends and they adored them. They loved them so much that they, too, wanted to give the luxurious handmade baby hats to other friends as gifts. They wanted something original, beautiful and unique and Amanda could give them that. It was then that LibraKnits was born.

"LibraKnits has allowed me the opportunity to turn one of the most difficult times in my life into one of the most rewarding and wonderful things I've ever done", states Sawyer.

With the help of talented knitters, the LibraKnits Re sa Cap is handmade using luxurious, 70% angora 30% lambs wool yarn that is hand-dyed by artisans. According to Sawyer, it is extremely efficient at keeping infant's heads warm because angora rabbit fur is hollow, which allows warm air to be trapped inside each angora strand that makes up the yarn, therefore the hat then retains the heat from the baby's own head. The Re sa Cap is very reliable and with the proper care it will easily last well beyond it's useful life which is what makes it such an excellent keepsake gift. It is available in a variety of colors to appeal to a number of different tastes, so those people who do not want just pink or blue have options as well.

"The phrase Re sa, loosely translated, is the Buddhist concept of hope." states Sawyer, "We named our product the "Re sa" Cap because LibraKnits wishes each baby who wears our hat all the best hope for a vibrant future full of joy and happiness."

You can learn more about Amanda Sawyer and LibraKnits by visiting www.libraknits.com.

LibraKnits LLC

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