A creation was invented this June, 2013, while three women sat on a deck and drank wine. The ladies call themselves Red Fly, Yellow Fly, and White Fly. As they were drinking their wine at Red Fly’s home, and yes, the names represent the color of their hair, they kept shooing the flies away from their wine.
Red Fly had been to the doctor and her test results were not good news. She felt depressed and shared with Yellow Fly and White Fly that the illness had made her so tired, made her feel like she was useless, and she had lost her confidence. She looked at her two friends, shooed yet another fly away from the rim of her wine glass and said, “I wish I could be like that fly and just fly away from my problems.”
Then Red Fly perked up and said, “Flies in our wine is my immediate problem, and I have an idea!”
She went inside, grabbed her craft box, and took out some thread, a plastic circle, some beads, and her crochet needles. An hour later she designed the first, Fly Away Hat.
The Fly Away Hat fits perfectly over wine glasses and looks beautiful too. At that moment, the ladies knew they had created something every wine drinking person needed.
The goal of the Fly Away Hat, is to keep flies and bugs out of your drinks while enjoying them outside. Everyone who has sipped a glass of wine while sitting outside knows that moment, when you tip your glass in anticipation of a delicious mouthful, and you see a fly swimming in your wine; that pretty much ruins that glass. You feel your stomach go queasy and pour your expensive or cheap wine down the drain. The Fly Away Hat has solved that problem.
Because of the Fly Away Hats, every drink you indulge in, can be bug free and fly free, from this moment on. The design of the hats is of such intricate handwork, using air ventilation tops, and it is easy to take on and off as you enjoy your drink.
The Fly Away girls have now made Fly Away Hats for most sizes of cans, solo cups, and wine glasses. The Fly Away Girls have big dreams about their new product. While at their last Fly Away meeting on Red Fly’s deck they decided when they land a substantial contract and need help manufacturing it, they plan to hire some women in South Africa. One of the Fly Away Girls has family that lives there, and she said many South African women are unskilled, work in the fields, and try to support their families on only fifty to one hundred American dollars a month.
The Fly Away Hats are hand made with love by friends who swallowed too many flies in their wine glasses while sitting outside.
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