CAPtains log..

Winter Events

Winter Events

The winter events diary is gradually filling up & getting more and more exciting!

If you are Leeds, Manchester or Gateshead/Newcastle way then The Capalog is coming to you!

Dates confirmed & coming up are:

Sat 14th Sept / Craft & Flea / Manchester Cathedral 10am-4pm

Sun 6th Oct / Northern Craft / Gateshead The Baltic 11am-5pm

Sat 12th Oct / Northern Craft / Leeds Left Bank 11am-5pm

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The Capalog Has Doubled

The Capalog Has Doubled

NEW STYLES! So instead of 9 styles available in the Cap Index there are now 18, with 9 being released earlier today.

There are now two tone caps, 6 denim basic colours, 1 cotton and 2 new fisher colours and a new trapper colour.

Read on for more pics or check out the cap index page to see the full collection.

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Product Focus-Basic in Blue Grey

Product Focus-Basic in Blue Grey

A cap from the catalog and a little about why we love it.

The Blue Grey Basic Cap. This one is priced at £35 inc p&p. It's made from organic cotton denim and is available in 7 sizes.

Now this one is one that I wear, it was one of the first ones I made for the capalog. The fabric comes from an awesome supplier in wales and well it's that timeless subtle blue grey shade that goes with SOO many things. 

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I wanna talk about batches & slow fashion

I wanna talk about batches & slow fashion

So FYI, all the caps are made in small limited batches. What sort of batch? A mini production line batch of products.

The cut off each week is wed at 12pm, then caps are packed and sent out on fridays.

Why? This is for a few different reasons, to reduce fabric waste, to keep the whole brand sustainable & also just to keep costs low. For you and me. Right now in the fashion world fast vs slow is being talked about and understood more and more and The Capalog is firmly & definitely in the slow fashion party.

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Wtf is The Capalog

Wtf is The Capalog

So wtf is the capalog??

Time to talk about the craft of cap making. Sorry what? Cap what? Is that a thing?

Well it is for me & I wanna share why I'm addicted to it. So I'm a milliner, i.e. hatmaker and pattern-cutting headwear is a pretty basic part of millinery. It's one of the first ways I learnt how to make hats, looking at the hats from a 2D angle in order to make the final shape out of flat fabrics & oooh are the possibilities are endless.. 

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