Autumn is a time of transition. The sky becomes a deep, radiant blue, like the crystals you'll see interspersed with forest brown beading in this wire crochet kippah. The morning light becomes more burnished and golden, like the wire and some of the tiniest beads in the yarmulke. As you walk through the woods, you'll notice a deepening, a mellowing of color. That's the feeling I hope you get when you wear this head covering, whether to a Bar or Bat Mitzvah (or B Mitzvah, as some have started to call it), to Shabbat services or to a wedding. The open pattern makes it lightweight and delicate. When ordering,please let me know whether you prefer a comb or a clip.
I can still hear my mother saying,
"Wear it in good health!"
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