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    Wool Hat from Icelandic Design - Nishi


    Great wool hat in a classic grey mix. A beautiful knitted pattern is a thickly knitted with a green pom-pom on top. This hat is made ethically by female artisans of Kathmandu or Nepal to Fair Trade certification. Very warm. It is fully lined making it very soft and comfy inside. 

    The hat is 100% wool, lining 100% polyester (black color)

    Hand wash in cold water. Lay flat to dry.

    Material - 100% wool

    Did you know that pom-poms are said to come from sailors' hats that gave them extra protection out at the sea when water was rough, so they would not bash their heads? But pom-pom (pompon) were also used in clergy hats and military hats. So if you have sombody who is important to you, give them a hat with pom-pom for extra protection:)

    Made in Nepal, Fair Trade certified, see Tab below "Who Made my Clothes?"


    • Icelandic Design was founded by an Icelandic native, Gerdur, whose passion was designing wool garments connected to her deep Icelandic knitting culture. Garments are made from the finest quality fibers with respect to Icelandic design patterns.

      Today, Icelandic Design has integrated with another family-owned and operated business dedicated to sustainability and Fair Trade standards. The brand employs artesian women and men from all around the world, with social support in the form of working conditions and educational opportunities. It also partners with local Food Banks in the USA to feed the hungry.
    • All items (except underwear and socks) are returnable for refund or exchange within 30 days of the receipt. Super easy! Place in a small packet and mail to Natural Clothing Co, PO Box 69, Snohomish, WA 98291.
      Only the cost of merchandise, not the shipping fees are refunded. Items need to be unused and unwashed, in the original condition, free of perfume, cigarette smoke; please keep this in mind when trying on your clothes.
    • Sizing
    Hat is 8.5" tall, approx. 22" round (before stretch)

      Who Made My clothes

      We carry products made in ethical sustainable way, a challenge in "dirty" textile industry. The question "Who Made My Clothes?" is an important one. 

      Your purchase supports the preservation of traditional craft, love of natural fibers and fair conditions. 


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