This clever little cancer hat was originally designed as a sleep cap for anyone suffering from female hair loss, whether it be due to chemotherapy treatment, alopecia or other medical female hair loss issues. The simple fold back design makes it comfortable to wear at night with no seams digging into you while you are sleeping. I then thought it was a bit of a shame to have something you only wore to bed so I designed this so that it can also be worn unfolded and scrunched down to create a casual ruched effect – taking you from pyjamas to jeans in seconds. It consists of a fold back panel, a narrower band & a circular crown. The simplicity of this style seems to be universally liked and it has quickly turned into my best selling jersey (stretchy) style. 95% Viscose 5% Elastane.
Kitty Charity Collaboration
I have worked with the wonderful charity, Ovacome, the national UK ovarian cancer charity focused on providing support to anyone affected by ovarian cancer. This includes women who have either been diagnosed with the disease or think that they might be at risk, as well as their friends and family and healthcare professionals. The charity colour is teal so I have sourced a wonderful teal & taupe peacock feather fabric made from the softest viscose jersey to make these cute little beanie hats. I will donate £5 from every sale of this item to Ovacome directly.
95% Viscose 5% Elastane.
Machine washable. Priced at £35.