Instead, over the course of last week, I photographed the yarmulke I wore each day. What results is a representative showcase of my collection. Enjoy!
This happens to be the first one I ever got, a gift from my father when I was eight years old. It is small enough to be what I call a "business size" yarmulke.
This was part of my college graduation gift; it...is...covered...in...PENGUINS!!! I found it on Etsy. It is also "business size."
Hand embroidered silk, by Israeli designer Yair Emanuel. I have to say, I find his designs to be the prettiest I have seen anywhere.
And another hand embroidered silk,Yair Emanuel. I specifically bought this one to go with undergrad university t-shirts. (They are red.)
This is a "Bar Mitzvah Beanie:" a cheap satin freebie from a Bar Mitzvah. This week, I wore this one to go with...
And a hand-painted silk Yair Emanuel. I often think this is the prettiest yarmulke I own. Mind you, the background was supposed to be blue, but that's OK.
I know I've shown these here before, but that was several years ago. These are my Sabbath/festival bobby pins; yesterday I used them with my gay pride yarmulke.