kidskippot

Handmade Fabric Kippot

Hartford, Connecticut On Etsy since 2010

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kidskippot

Handmade Fabric Kippot

Hartford, Connecticut | 20,976 Sales

Announcement    ******************Mask making continues, if you see a print that you want in my shop on another item, drop me a note and I can probably make it for you in a mask. USPS continues to be slow, if you are in a hurry please upgrade to Priority shipping for faster delivery. Thank you and Be well! ****************************************************************

Find the perfect new Kippah for any occasion! I love to create custom kippot- please convo me if you are looking for something and don't see it, I am sure we can create it!
Most fabrics are available in both styles, Original or Saucer, so if you see something you like and want me to make it in another style just ask!

The saucer style is a one-size-fits-all, good for both kids and adults. It is similar in size to the traditional suede kippot. Each kippah comes with a clip.

The Original style comes in 3 standard sizes: S, M and L. They can also be made in XS and XL by request. Please measure your head for the best fit.

follow us on Facebook and Instagram for all the latest prints as well as giveaways and coupons! @kidskippot

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Last updated on Jun 30, 2020

******************Mask making continues, if you see a print that you want in my shop on another item, drop me a note and I can probably make it for you in a mask. USPS continues to be slow, if you are in a hurry please upgrade to Priority shipping for faster delivery. Thank you and Be well! ****************************************************************

Find the perfect new Kippah for any occasion! I love to create custom kippot- please convo me if you are looking for something and don't see it, I am sure we can create it!
Most fabrics are available in both styles, Original or Saucer, so if you see something you like and want me to make it in another style just ask!

The saucer style is a one-size-fits-all, good for both kids and adults. It is similar in size to the traditional suede kippot. Each kippah comes with a clip.

The Original style comes in 3 standard sizes: S, M and L. They can also be made in XS and XL by request. Please measure your head for the best fit.

follow us on Facebook and Instagram for all the latest prints as well as giveaways and coupons! @kidskippot

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About kidskippot

Sales 20,976
On Etsy since 2010

Need cool kippot that stay on!

When my boys started at Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Hartford they had to wear kippot everyday. No one wanted to wear a clip but the kippah had to stay on. I wanted to wash them. So I took to my sewing machine and created a solution. When others asked to buy them I invested in steel rule dies and a better workspace and Kids Kippot was born. A few years later I branched out into saucer style kippot as well and I always like the challenge of a custom order.

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  • Elizabeth Ehrlich

    Owner

    Kids Kippot was started when my boys began at Solomon Schechter Day School and needed to wear a kippah everyday. Rather than mess with clips and something un-washable, I began making them fun and stylish kippot from 100% cotton fabrics.

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    China

    a provider of accessories

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Last updated on Jul 5, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Sizing details

The saucer size is a one size fits all, both kids and adults. It is similar in size to the suede kippot that are popular for simchas.

For Original Style kippot, please measure around the head at the fullest point above the ears. If you are close to the end of a measurement, please go up in size for a better fit.

Custom and personalized orders

Yes, I offer discounts for simcha orders. Please inquire!

Sizing details

If you do not have a measuring tape to measure for an Original Style kippah, you can use a piece of string or shoelace and mark the circumference of your child's head then measure the string with a ruler.