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Category Archives: Kippot

Kippot Materials

The first thing you should decide about before buying your kippot is the fabric / type of kippah. Here are the main fabrics / types: Hand crocheted kippot – made of cotton and crocheted in many designs. Satin – a … Continue reading



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Personalization

Gallery of Artworks (ZaraMart) Personalized kippah are very popular. It is also beautiful. The method of personalization (with labels, digital printing etc), the colors of imprint and the possibility to personalize, are subject to the material of kippa and the … Continue reading



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Hand Crocheted Kippot

Colorful Rings Kippa Doc’s favorite and the most popular kippot vendor is hand crocheted kippot at ZaraMart. The quality and variety are excellent and the price is affordable. These kippot are a big BM hit. You will get many compliments. … Continue reading



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Satin Kippot

Satin Vendors With the other materials of kippot, the variety of reliable bar/bat mitzvah kippah The are several vendors, including Satin bar/bat mitzvah kippah kippot at ZaraMart, directly from Israel. Isn’t buying Israeli products a good way to stand buy … Continue reading



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Suede Kippot

Suede is a type of leather with a napped finish. Suede leather is made from the under side of the skin, primarily lamb, although goat, calf and deer are commonly used. Because suede does not include the tough exterior skin … Continue reading



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Scottish Tartan Kippot

Baillie Tartan Kippah Scottish Tartan Kippot Tartan yalmukas, with a design inspired by Celtic traditions, is a good option of you’re looking for kippot with a colorful and updated style. Tartan is a pattern consisting of crisscrossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colours. Tartans originated in … Continue reading



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Eco-Suede (Faux Suede) Recycled Kippot

The Doc really likes eating hamburgers. However, when it comes to religious items such as kippot, she appreciates those preferring not to use animal made products. An interesting type of vegan yalmukas are the Eco-Suede Recycled Kippot (from ZaraMart). The … Continue reading



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Brocade Kippot

Brocade Black Kippah Brocade yarmulkes are offered in different designs, but still keep a quite a traditional feel. Brocade is a class of richly decorative shuttle-woven fabrics, often made in colored silks and with or without gold and silver threads. The name … Continue reading



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Colors of Kippot

The colors of the online kippah can sometimes vary slightly from the reality. If you have the time, it is advisable to get a sample of a few different kippah styles just to make sure. Try to match the design … Continue reading



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Kippot Clips

The Doctor’s warm advice is to have kippot clips. You don’t want the kippot to keep falling off everyone’s heads! A tip: put the pins on each kippa before putting them in the kippot basket. Your best option is to … Continue reading



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Kippot Basket

You need a basket for your kippot. It’s a nice touch to have a special place for them. If you have a basket at home, bring it. Check at the shul also, they must have a left-over. Otherwise, buy an … Continue reading



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How Many Kippot to Order and When?

How many kippot to order? If you choose for your simcha kippot that are a little different, they will be quickly picked (not only by yourguests, but also by other people from the shul). The more they are unique, the more you … Continue reading



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Do-It-Yourself Kippot

Kippot Patterns If you are into crocheting and have the time, the Do-It-Yourself option is a lovely one. Start working on the kippot a year before the BM, take it easy and enjoy. Check these online kippot patterns: – Star of … Continue reading



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Ladies’ Head Coverings

Kippots for Women! The Doc, a true feminist, believes women should get kippots favors just as men get kippots for men. Why not? But anyway, it is a matter of the rules of your shul. If your temple provides head … Continue reading



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