CoS Hat


Child of Society branded hat.

Bucket hat made from deadstock homeware materials from my local Op Shop. Embroidered tulip detail around the edge. Reversable to hide the logo. Hand Made so designs will vary slightly.

10 in stock


These hats were created as a limited run due to the use of upcycled textiles. The hats act as a signature with ‘Child of Society’ branding. The embroidered tulips along the brim were inspired by a Japanese Children’s song that I grew up singing along with my Mama. In the song, tulips are described as being lined up in a row, where no matter which flower you look at, they are seen as beautiful. Listen to the full song here.

Terms and Conditions

By purchasing this item you understand that the item will vary slightly due to the handmade nature of the design. Please see our return & refund policies here

By purchasing this item you also agree to dispose of it responsibly and to the best of your ability. This can include repairing, re-gifting, donating and composting (where possible). Please contact us if you need any assistance with disposal.


One size – following head circumference.
S/M: 54-56cm


  1. Cut fabric
  2. Sew
  3. Embroider
  4. Sew Label
  5. Pack to new wearer


Upcycled garments have been created with homeware textiles (curtains, blankets, table cloths, etc.) collected from my local Op Shop. By utilising these textiles, it saves them from landfill and avoids the creation of new textiles which creates waste and emissions. This also makes them one-of-a-kind or from a limited run. Due to the age and delicate nature of these textiles, they require gentle care. Please donate or pass-on post-use.

General Laundering:
– Gentle cold machine wash with like colours. 
– Dry in shade and cool iron.
– Do not bleach or soak 

Do not tumble dry

Cool  iron


The majority of longstanding textile practices take decades of practice and  dedicated training to master. The purpose of these garments is to incorporate a deep appreciation for longstanding techniques through a modern lens for a sustainable future. These designs are handmade by a young Australian designer to honour her heritage and share her culture. These garments are not claiming to be of traditional artisanal standards or practices.