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As the election season kicks into high gear, show your political spirit (and orientation) with a Romney 2012 kippah!

Please note that I'm not making a political statement with this item. It's just a great logo that works perfectly on a kippah. I'm in no way affiliated with the Romney campaign or its associated SuperPACs, and purchasing this does not count as a political contribution. I really don't want to get a call from the FEC because of something I crocheted!

When I finished it, I determined that it was the right size (by using the traditional test of folding it in quarters, laying it across the back of my hand, and making sure that it’s at least 2 fingers wide – although mine are usually 3½ fingers wide). Then I blocked it by running it under cold water, fitting it to my mannequin head, and allowing it to dry upside down. Once it was dry, I ironed on a small label on the inside.

What sets my kippot apart from most others is their texture. By using a very small hook (some might even call it ridiculously small), I create a firm and sturdy fabric that will keep its shape on your head. I can only work for a couple of hours a day or else I run the risk of crocheting a hole in my finger!

This special kippah will be mailed in a cardboard gift box, padded with recycled shredded paper that will help it keep its shaped in transit.

You can machine wash this kippah in cold water (I usually know it’s time to wash one when the inside is a different color than the outside). Instead of putting it in the dryer, do the same thing I did to block it: Gently stretch it by hand to make it round again, then mold it to your (or the wearer’s) head by putting it on and pushing out evenly in all directions. Then allow it to dry upside down and it will retain the shape of your head.

Thanks for looking!

Romney 2012 Crochet Kippah / Yarmulke


  • Handmade item
  • Material: Cotton Crochet Thread
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Massachusetts, United States
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