On all orders of 5 dozen or more of select suede yarmulkes
Custom and hand-painted, which the yarmulke you receive is one of a kind!
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We are extremely proud and excited to introduce you to our brand new website. It has been a 5 year long and arduous process. We know that there will be glitches that will have to be worked out. We ask for your patience during this transitional process. We are here to support you either by e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org throughout the day, or by phone at 1 800- 397-0703.
There are so many new and exciting items on the website! Among other things to look at pay attention to brand new kippah designs never seen before, Chaykah's favorite Shabbos things under Got Shabbos, a brand new fabulous tye dye, and kippahs that we can make using your own material. As always, we are here to hear your ideas and when possible, make them a reality, even if you do not see it here on the website, We do want to caution that while we are transitioning, if there are any discrepancies with cost, etc, we will tell you immediately before processing your order, but we will not be able to honor incorrect pricing, if it is shown somewhere incorrectly on the site. There are/were so many facets to making this new website, that until we have it up and running, and are able to see what glitches there are, we need it known up front that if you see a price that is not correct, again, we will let you know the correct price, and will not be able to honor an incorrect one. We appreciate your understanding and hope that our new site was worth the wait!
Brand new product lines from Mazeltops!See Ultra Suede See Raw Silk See Felt
The happiest babies sleep soundly on their bear rugs with their wubinub pacifiers.See Shabbos
The Happiest Boys on Earth Wear Mazeltops Tzitzits!
Our newest design modeled by Shuey!
Be proud of who you are! Let your family colors show.
Brand New Tartan Kippahs made with your family pattern.
When I got married and started our family, I painted murals in the children's bedrooms and people who would see them would offer to pay me to do that. At that time, I thought that my only job in life was going to be a Mommy, but it was not meant to be! Being an Orthodox family meant that when our boys would turn three they would be required to wear Tzitzis and a kippah every day. Of course I wanted my son's to have "special kippot" and one way to accomplish this was to do it myself! If I remember correctly, my first kippah was a Ninja Turtle. My son wore it proudly... Learn More