Looking for a Kippah for your 18-inch doll to wear at Hanukkah? You'll love this easy to sew design and once you make one you'll likely make several more to really add flair to your boy dolls wardrobe.
A Kippah, also referred to as a yarmulke (pronounced Ya-ma-kah), is a brimless cap worn by all men in Orthodox Jewish communities during prayers and by most Orthodox Jewish men at all other times. Among non-Orthodox Jewish communities, some who wear them do so at all times, while others wear them only during prayer, while attending a synagogue, or in other rituals like Hanukkah, Passover, and Bar Mitzvahs.
The cap is made in 4 sections and fully lined. It's pretty simple to sew, but labeled as intermediate because of the curves and attention to side seam notches.
This pattern is featured in Sewing With Cinnamon - Sewing Holiday Traditions with a video sew-along.
This PDF sewing pattern by Liberty Jane is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®.
Recommended Fabrics: linen, velvet, satin, sateen, or quilting cotton
Skill Level: Intermediate
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