Wearing our Pixie Style Scrub Caps

Since we’ve been getting a ton of orders for our scrub caps for women with longer hair, I thought I’d throw together a quick blog post that walks you through putting it on, in case you are confused when you get it.   (want one? Get them here.)

The cap looks giant when it arrives. Don’t panic.

Start off with a tidy ponytail or bun for your hair. Don’t be like me. I had the messiest mess back there. It was a disaster.

Find the front center – it’s more or less opposite the back. 🙂

Put that part up to your forehead.

Smooth it around over your ears. Is it wierding you out that the letters are backwards? I couldn’t figure out how to flip the image in my image editing program.

I like to hold the cap at the place where the ribbons come out with one hand and the ribbons with the other hand and pull snug at this point. Don’t be me – tuck that hair up inside.

Make a knot. (Note: My cap is made just a smidge different from the ones I sell – it’s looser here at the bottom because it does NOT have the same elastic placement as the ones I sell. I made that design change after I made this cap and gave away the second round of samples…)

At this point, you may finish off with a bow.

Or you can pull those ribbons back up over your ponytail. (OK, but don’t wear a ponytail in the middle of your head for this like I am. Obviously this photo shoot was super impromptu and not thought out. Also, sorry I’m tilting my head down…)

And tie a bow on top of your ponytail.

My goodness, I’m sloppy.


Author: wallypop

I'm a Work At Home, Homeschooling, Special Needs Mom! I'm so blessed to be able to stay home with my kiddos and sew fun things like diapers, baby carriers, and special/medical needs goodies for my customers. I hope you enjoy reading my blog!

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