Etsy Your Mammas Hat From The Seventies!!!

I am really bummed about my shop not opening and have been trying to think of creative ways to launch the business (again) in the United States. It’s been a slow process of rebuilding and quite time consuming – starting over is really hard I have come to realise!

I have hooked in with the community, met some really great people and have made plans to host Stitch&Bitch events soon to start making some of the hats and scarves we were making whilst in London. I have passed my cards around, hooked in with some really cool volunteer groups and plan on taking off like a bomb!

One of the creative selling channels I approached is Last year, I designed and made these fantastic Spring Easy Tie-Back Scarves for myself first and then made more for women suffering from hair loss. Being that I was the first customer, if you haven’t been following for a while, I am just 16 months out from Breast Cancer treatments.

I can tell you from personal experience they are comfy, light weight, roomy with enough space to allow your head to breathe! They wash well and are durable. And they are made in 100% Cotton these fabulous bright fabrics by Amy Butler, Heather Bailey, Jennifer Paganelli to name a few.

They cost $22.00 and ALL PROCEEDS GO DIRECTLY TO SUPPORT THE PINK POM-POM PROJECTs crafting for cancer therapy initiative to bring crafting back and making things for victims and volunteers within Cancer communities.

And also, they don’t necessarily have to be for hairless victims – they are very cool to wear for anyone!



About Alexandra Wallace Currie

A breast cancer survivor since October 2010 with loads to talk about and share! Founder of The Pink Pom-Pom Project - a crafting for cancer therapy initiative helping other victims, friends and family through treatment and diagnosis. Now based in Fairfield, CT, USA, The PPPP hosts monthly Stitch&Bitch events and Open Crafting classes to local community organisations. We hope to teach everyone that working with your hands is easy and anything is possible!
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3 Responses to Etsy Your Mammas Hat From The Seventies!!!

  1. shepherd says:

    They’re fabulous!

  2. lindyneuhauspottery says:

    I did not your shop didn’t open. I am so sad . What happened and why am I always the last to know??? Love Neeners

  3. ecky malick says:

    i love these hats…they do remind me of when nini and i were in holland (or was it scotland?) one of us wore “the 70’s hat and the other wore a fall.. we traded hat and fall, and people thought we were the same person..we were either the one with the hat or the one with long hair..we had great fun switching horses, especially two cuties in a red MG who tried to pick us up (and were successful)

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