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  • Double Ruffled Linen Cap

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    A cap is an absolute necessity for any woman in the 18th century. While caps range from simple to extravagant, the basic round-eared style is commonly found. The linen makes these easy to wash and durable, as well as gives you a perfectly historical look with an appropriate fabric. The double ruffled linen cap has a medium caul with ruffles on either side. The small drawstring in the back ensures one size fits all. 
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    EW
    10/26/2023
    Elizabeth W.
    United States United States

    Perfect all purpose cap.

    This is a very comfortable, well made cap. Linen is such a strong, natural fabric, and the drawstring makes it very easy to keep on your head even with long, thick, unruly hair like mine! It works perfectly under the silk market bonnet or on its own. I’d even wear it under my straw hats if I ever decide to go back to them. (I’ve fallen in love with the comfort and ease of the market bonnet, so we’ll see!) I have multiple caps of different thicknesses of cotton ranging from very sheer to thick and sturdy, but I like this linen one the best. I’m very happy to have found this store!

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    10/01/2023
    Shelly W.
    United States United States

    Back for more…

    I’ve bought several of these double-ruffled caps. They’re my favorite…easy to wear and flattering. Good price, too.

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    08/24/2023
    Anonymous
    United States United States

    Pretty, all-purpose cap

    My 18th-century wardrobe includes more than a dozen caps—some I’ve hand-sewn, and some I’ve purchased, from various sources. This particular cap turns out to be my favorite, so I’ve returned to buy a couple more. It’s flattering and roomy—and looks particularly nice with a ribbon & bow. Keep the ruffles fanning in opposite directions (as shown here), or press them to go the same way. (The price is pretty competitive, too!)