QEST, a charity of the Royal Warrant Holders Association with HRH The Prince of Wales as its patron, supports British craftsmanship through funding the training and education of talented and aspiring craftspeople.
2020 sees QEST mark its 30th anniversary and to mark this occasion, we’ve created this cap – made using cloth woven at Lovat Mill in Hawick, Scotland in the charity’s colours.
The Teflon-coating of the best-selling style of cap makes the piece showerproof and perfect for country pursuits.
£10 from the sale of each cap will be donated to QEST.
Steam from a household kettle and a hard bristle hat brush will help banish any dust and dirt from tweed or cashmere. Brush the hat using short strokes.
Dry a tweed cap or hat by shaking off the water and leave at room temperature.
6 cm peak
22 cm diameter