From the monthly archives:

December 2013

Free Time Goods’ 2014-15 Santa features a full selection of  Women’s and Men’s soft and stylish winter hats.  In limited edition, all Free Time Goods Collection hats are hand-crocheted in 100% Colorado wool sustainably raised in Northern Colorado. Please Contact FTG to order.

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Colorado Hats

December 15, 2013

Free Time Goods is based in Aspen, CO, and for the love of Colorado Free Time Goods offers a unique hand-crochet design in replica of the Colorado State Flag.  The colors used in the Colorado State Flag represent the amazing environmental features of the state.  The gold represents the abundant sunshine relished by all who […]

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The Caregiver

December 15, 2013

FTG Men’s Beanie: The Caregiver Free Time Goods’ Signature Caregiver beanie is hand-crocheted in a unique alternating pattern that delivers the utmost care by holding its shape and keeping the elements out.  Hand-crocheted in the USA from extremely soft 100% wool sustainably raised in Northern Colorado. The Caregiver is a “larger” size that can be worn relaxed […]

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Beanie + Muffball

December 15, 2013

FTG Beanie + Muffball:  Fine Line and Solid Free Time Goods’ Signature Beanie + Muffball is the perfect beanie.  Fine Line hats are available in limited edition, and each FTG Beanie + Muffball is hand-crocheted in the USA from extremely soft 100% wool sustainably raised in Northern Colorado.  Solid hats available in alternative colors by […]

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FTG Signature Slouch

December 15, 2013

FTG Signature Slouch Collection. Tacked down in the back for the perfect slouch every time the Signature Slouch dresses up or down, and carries your style day into night. Hand-crocheted in the USA from extremely soft 100% wool sustainably raised in Northern Colorado. Rollover or click image for style/order code.  Contact FTG to inquire or order […]

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