The following is a
guideline for pricing, some yarns will raise or lower the price.
I use very high quality 100% wool yarns unless stated otherwise.
If you are interested in a item not listed, please email me for
a quote. I can do most anything.
Prices are for basic items.
I can finish legs plain, cuffed, ribbed, scallopped lace, and
with ruffles. All at no extra charge.
Other items can be added
for extra, some of these items include cargo pockets +$7, short
rows +.75¢ each, bum ruffles +$1.00 a row, matching hat
+$10-$18, and more....
[Refunds & Exchanges]
Refunds and exchanges will
be determined on a case to case basis. In most cases an exchange
will be allowed if the item has not yet been worn or laundered.
Briefly trying an item on is okay. Due to the nature of custom
orders they cannot be exchanged or refunded. If you have any
questions feel free to contact me.
[Caring for Your
All covers will arrive in
your hands washed, lanolized and ready to use. Our products are
made of high quality 100% wool. Due to wool's unique properties
wool can be worn for up to 2 weeks, sometimes longer without
needing to be washed. Of course if your wool cover should become
soiled it should be washed before the next use.
Wool should be hand washed
and hung/laid flat to dry. You should never wring wool as it can
lose it's shape. If you want you can lay your cover between 2
towels and roll out the excess moisture then hang/lay flat to
dry. Wool can take up to 3 days to dry. Never dry your wool in a
You can purchase wool
washes with lanolin in them. If your wash does not have lanolin,
you will need to lanolize (add lanolin) to it periodically. If
your cover starts to leak or wick its time to lanolize. I prefer
to get a wash lanolin in it, and omit the extra steps. Another
great idea is to get a lanolin spray. We exclusively use
Monkey Sudz to wash and
lanolize our covers.
If cared for properly your
wool soaker should last long enough to diaper several children.
If you have any questions on the care of your soaker please feel
name is Amy Archibald, I'm 23 years old and married to my
husband Neil. We will have been married 6 years this summer.
I am a stay at home mom to
my 3 little men, Aiden ('01), Chase ('04), and Alex ('05).
I started cloth diapering
when I found out I was pregnant with Alex as a way to save a
little extra money. I soon grew to love it and wouldn't change
the way I diaper my kids for anything now. The benefits of cloth
are amazing. I wish more first time moms knew how easy and
rewarding cloth is! I wish more 2nd+ time moms knew too for that
I started crocheting
soakers & longies for my boys and my crochet hobby (okay
addiction) has grown from there. I decided it would be fun to
crochet for others as well and branch out and so here I am.
So why is my site called
"Left Hook Boutique"? Because I am left handed and I crochet
with a "hook"! I know cheesy, but its different and fun, so
there we go. :-)
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