Re sa Caps now come in two new colors as LibraKnits, LLC launches their holiday-inspired product line and Owner Amanda Sawyer gets an early gift of her own.
This holiday season will be a busy one for LibraKnits, LLC owner, Amanda Sawyer. Her company is launching its first holiday-inspired product line of luxurious hand-made baby hats, available in September. The line will come in two new colors for Christmas and Hanukkah and will maintain its original style. Sawyer has also heard the news she has been waiting for. After coming to terms with not having children, Sawyer and her husband are now expecting their first child, a baby girl, and are set to give birth in October 2008.
The Re sa Caps are soft and cuddly and promise to bring warmth and joy to both the person giving the hat and the baby who wears it. They make the perfect holiday gift, as they are available in several colors to help celebrate Christmas and Hanukah. The holiday colors have been chosen specifically to appeal to customers wanting to commemorate their baby’s first holiday, as the hats are sized for babies aged 0-6 months. They are meant to be a keepsake gift that will last until the baby has their own baby and passes it on to them.
“We specialize in making luxurious hand-knitted baby hats for the discerning baby gift-giver. Each piece is crafted using sumptuous hand-dyed angora and lambswool yarn made by artisans” states Sawyer. “LibraKnits is proud to introduce our new line of holiday-inspired hats for the baby who wants to celebrate the holidays in style.”
After a two-year battle with infertility, Sawyer also finally has news she only dreamed of – she is going to be a mommy. Sawyer has announced that she will be welcoming her first child, a new baby girl, into the world this October. As she has made many Re sa Caps for her customers, she can proudly say that she, too, is now a customer. Without having gone through the life experiences of infertility, LibraKnits, LLC would not have been born, however hope was still in sight.
“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. If you would like more information or to schedule an interview with Amanda Sawyer, please call Phyllis Pometta at 815-577-8459 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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