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Rainbow Stripes Cat Hat by cutekick Rainbow Stripes Cat Hat by cutekick
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**Hats do not cover eyes. The model head is made smaller than the average human head. This causes the hat to cover the eyes and parts of the face that it will not on a person.
Patterned ears and color combinations can be applied to any style of hat, not just the cat ones. Contact me if you would like to commission one.**


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After all that black and white we still needed some more color, rainbows seems like a good option. I love rainbows but doesn’t everyone? 

I made this hat in both black and white, with the stripes horizontal or vertical, and with the option of a same colored or dark pink brim. Rainbows just work with so many things.

I thought about making it in a variety of colors but decided to stick with black and white so that the rainbow ears were the focal point. I am still thinking that maybe a purple based hat would be pretty. What do you think?
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I'm confused about how to wear these :| ... I tried one in a store yesterday, but had to fold up the bottom of it otherwise I couldn't see. Even in yer pics it looks like it comes down too low, so you'd have to roll it up or push it back on yer head, but then the ears wouldn't be in the right place.... I dun understand this design at all
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cutekick Dec 22, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
If you read the disclaimer in the description the model heads are made much smaller than the average human head. This causes the hat to cover the eyes and parts of the face it would not on a person. I have never had someone complain that one of my hats covered their eyes. Depending on the type you are looking at in the store you might just need smaller size, which I happen to offer on my hats. 
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cutekick Nov 19, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks!
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Cr3ativity Nov 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
Love these hats! :D
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cutekick Nov 19, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you!
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TheIcyGlaceon Nov 18, 2013  Student Writer
Oh! Actually!
Speaking of your etsy, I know someone who has been looking all around for a cat hat with ears sort of like yours, that have inward ears and such.
Plus, she's still upset over the fact she could have almost gotten scammed by the people. Is there any chance I can provide your link to her?
She might love that! :)
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cutekick Nov 18, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Feel free to share my shop with your friends. That would mean a lot to me. But please do not go posting to other people that you do not know. I don't expect you would do that but there was a misunderstanding about such things before and I do not want to repeat such events. It's just, hm, words are hard sometimes. DeviantArt seems rather drama prone and I prefer to keep things drama free. I want my my items and the reviews I have on Etsy to show that my work is worth purchasing more than just my words. If people are told to purchase from me by someone they do not know things can be misunderstood and get complicated. I hope I am making sense. I guess what I mean is that I want my work to speak for itself rather than having other people trying to speak for it. 
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TheIcyGlaceon Nov 18, 2013  Student Writer
Oh, I see.
Well, I sort of know this girl,
We talked a bit.
We don't know each other in real life,  but we sort of connected (sort of)
after the whole scam thing that went down with these costly people.
She was trying to find a hat with curved inward ears,
And I thought that maybe showing her your hats could have made her feel a bit better.
She couldn't buy my friends hat, so maybe, she could buy yours?
That's what I was thinking.
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cutekick Nov 19, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Feel free to share it in that case. In the past I have had someone go around posting on others submissions that they should look at my sometimes similar items instead. Which is rather rude and can lead to misunderstandings. I know the person meant well but it still was inappropriate. I am happy people want to share my shop but I want them to share with people they know and let me worry about promoting myself to new people.
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