maybesew

Your source for a high quality & unique kippah!

Rockville, Maryland · 886 Sales

maybesew

Your source for a high quality & unique kippah!

Rockville, Maryland 886 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Ryland Adams

Ryland Adams on Dec 24, 2015

2 out of 5 stars

The conduct of this shop it highly unprofessional and how it has such a high rating is puzzling. I had messaged the shop after 5 days of purchasing my item, and inquired to when my item was going to shipped. I waited 2 days for a response but nothing ever came. I left a rather scathing message in hopes of reaching the owner so I could get some answers. I highly recommend not purchasing from this shop until they can adequately meet the demands put towards them by buyers. It pains me to leave such a mean review but I am only being honest

kdp99

kdp99 on Nov 24, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

So cute! I think my friend will love it! : )

julie roberts

julie roberts on Nov 8, 2015

1 out of 5 stars

This item never shipped and the seller never responded to any of my emails.

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Looking for a unique kippah? Tired of using clips to keep the kippah in place? Having trouble getting your child to wear one? Need an awesome gift?

I was attending a synagogue Family Education event for 2nd graders. I noticed that a woman at my table had four sons, wearing kippot that were clearly handmade. I commented on the uniqueness of each kippah that each of her sons was wearing. She said she loved that they were unique, but that the fabric used was too juvenile. The fabrics were clearly great choices for perhaps a new baby's nursery, but not exactly something that a young boy would pick out. There was my challenge. Simple, right? Figure out how to create a pattern, construct a kippah, find fun 'big boy' themed fabrics, and start sewing! That's exactly what I did. My best selling kippot almost always start out as customer requests. I make and sell kippot to boys of all ages! I only ever list an item once it is complete and ready to ship, so that the customer does not have to wait long to have their order in hand. Thank you for your interest in my and my story!

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  • Joanne

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    I'm a wife, mom, and crafter - you know the type! I was inspired to make ritual Jewish head coverings, commonly called a kippah or yarmulke after seeing that young boys did not generally like wearing them, and they often easily fell off one's head!

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