Rachel Sullivan is a fiber artist living on a small-scale farm in Avalanche Acres, Alaska! She grew up on Fox Island, Washington and studied and worked as a river guide in Colorado. She came to Alaska to guide scenic rafts on the Kenai and fell in love. In 2008 during her first Alaskan summer, she started making hats and has been creating them ever since. She has enjoyed working from home and fitting this artwork into her life while raising 3 kids with her husband, Adam. She received her first angora rabbit, Uno as a gift from her husband and now her angora herd has grown to 13 loveable fuzz balls of fiber. Their hair is 8 times warmer than wool and it feels like magic to spin into yarn. They harvest their hair a few times per year and the bunnies love being brushed. Not all our hats have their fiber but if they do, a card will be attached with their photo. Alaska is Rachel's’ muse, and she is constantly inspired by the vast scenery and small surprises of nature. She also finds inspiration in poetry, literature, and lyrics. She feels it is an honor to create bright and happy coziness to accompany the dark and frigid Alaskan winter.