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Piper and Paisley was born out of the basement of a teeny little house in Missoula, Montana in 2007.
I am a hat girl. Always have been. When we decided to have a family, I really couldn't justify my hat habit any longer, but I had the "new-mom-always-looks-like-a-truck-just-hit-her" look goin' on, and I really needed something to make me look a little more on my game. So I made some hats. Then I sold some hats. Now here I am.

Piper and Paisley hats are all made by me. I draft all of my patterns by hand, and adjust them for the best fit.




Sizing Information:


How do you measure your head? Wrap soft measuring tape around head just above…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 27
  • Joined October 30, 2007

Favorite materials

wool, linen, bamboo

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About

Piper and Paisley was born out of the basement of a teeny little house in Missoula, Montana in 2007.
I am a hat girl. Always have been. When we decided to have a family, I really couldn't justify my hat habit any longer, but I had the "new-mom-always-looks-like-a-truck-just-hit-her" look goin' on, and I really needed something to make me look a little more on my game. So I made some hats. Then I sold some hats. Now here I am.

Piper and Paisley hats are all made by me. I draft all of my patterns by hand, and adjust them for the best fit.




Sizing Information:


How do you measure your head? Wrap soft measuring tape around head just above eyebrows and tips of ears. Make sure the tape lies over the widest part of the back of the head (nape) and don't pull the tape any tighter than you would want a hat to be. Then measure from ear tip to ear tip, making sure the tape lies over the top of your head (crown).


All hats are fully lined and have soft, packable brims unless otherwise noted.
All seams are professionally finished.
All embellishments (flowers or bows) are stitched on unless otherwise noted.
Special size orders are welcome. Send me a message and we'll figure it out!

CARING FOR YOUR HAT:
I always pre-wash my fabrics prior to sewing to help avoid shrinkage later on, unless it's wool. This means that most hats are washer friendly (unless you have a wool hat- then dry cleaning is your friend). However, I would definitely recommend hand washing and line (maybe stuffed with newspaper) drying to preserve original shape.

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