They come in all different patterns, all uniquely hand made, no two exactly alike, and not mass-produced. Most fit most heads.
The images above, of a cap with a solid pattern, are to show the fit in eight views.
Hand wash. The best way to wash, that I have found so far, is by hand. Fill a sink with luke-warm water and a small amount of gentle soap (like Woolite) or tad of regular laundry soap. Hand wash the cap with your hands for a few seconds. Leave it in the soapy water for about a minute. Then hold the cap, drain the sink, and thoroughly rinse the cap with normal temperature water. Lie flat to dry. I usually put my damp cap on a (dark) towel in an area that gets a lot of air, and not in sunlight. In warm temperatures it usually takes a day to dry, but in cooler temperature it will take at least two days to dry completely.
Machine Wash not encouraged. If you are in a hurry and absolutely have to throw it in the washing machine, at least put it inside a cloth bag (preferrably black) like a pillow case. If you want to throw it in a dryer, it will shrink a little bit. I would recommend air drying, flat.
Made out of 100% cotton.
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Caps Now Available to Buy
These are the new Head Wrap Caps that are currently available. Refer to the following for images and details. These are not mass produced. Each are unique and although some may look similar, none are exactly alike. Introducing:
ANGEL Go to buy!
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