The short visor worn in the 19th and early 20th century is a truly classic design. Keeping true to tradition, this cap is handcrafted using top-notch materials that would have been found on turn of the century headwear. The cap stiffener is genuine hair canvas with a flexible visor, and the hat itself is made with 100% wool and a cotton sweatband. Prefer another fabric or different type of sweatband? Just ask, we love custom orders.
Find out what a great fitting hat feels like, available in either fitted or with a hidden elastic adjustable panel in back (in small, medium, large and X large). The more you wear our caps, the more comfortable they grow.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Just contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 21 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
You can choose your size (if known) from the drop-down menu for each cap. From 6 1/2 to 8 1/2, we have your head covered!
If you do not know your cap size, you can simply measure your head where the cap band normally lies. (keep a finger tip under the tape so the cap isn't too tight!) Divide that measurement by 3.14 (pi) and your exact size will be the result!
We do make half sizes so feel free to contact me regarding your order if your cap size is say a 7 3/8+ or -.
If you have the need for a deeper cut cap, or a more shallow cut cap, submit your ear to ear measurement.
**Finally you found a place to make a cap to fit YOUR head. Like a fingerprint, no two heads are alike!
As each cap is hand crafted in our small shop in south central Pennsylvania, We can not offer the normal wholesale discount that larger companies and imports can offer. What we can offer is the highest quality material and workmanship available in the custom made cap market.
What we are able to do is discount your order for 1 dozen, 2 dozen, etc.
Contact us for more detailed quotes. We also offer a dual labeling program, where your own brand label can be stitched in along with our brand label.
No private label caps (not having our logo inside) offered.
Yes! As long as the material in a normal cap material such as woven wool, cotton, linen, etc. The only leather we can use is very thin garment weight. No hair on leather either!
We have had customers send us their favorite shirt that may have passed the age of being worn out in public. They have it up-cycled into a custom made cap! So if you have that special piece of clothing that you hate to throw away or donate, have it made into a custom cap or two!
No, unfortunately at this time, the cost of the MLB license and commission structure is beyond the financial grasp of small businesses like mine.
As Stockbridge Sewing Works grows, who knows!
Yes, we now offer over 15,000 stock embroidery files. Custom embroidery are will be charged a custom digitizing fee. Starting at $25.
Send your artwork to email@example.com for a quote.
Back in 1989, living in a small 1800's schoolhouse in rural upstate New York, out side the small town of Cooperstown, I found my passion for caps. Working with several companies as a sub contractor, I produced many caps without my label on them.
Feeling a little left out of the cap spotlight,I threw caution to the wind and ventured out on my own. First, step was renting a tiny one car garage in downtown Cooperstown, behind the bakery, at the one street light in town. Then I moved my machines and fabric in and put a hand made sign up "HAND MADE CAPS $22".
The price has changed but the quality has only gotten better! Now handmade in Pennsylvania.
Aug 13, 2023
Mar 12, 2023
It took a while for this cap to grow on me. It doesn’t go with as many outfits as I thought cause the beige and pattern is unique. Still I found how to style my hair with it and have come up with some outfits that work for it. The short visor is cute and I like how flexible it is.
Oct 26, 2022
Love this cap!
Dec 29, 2020
It was too big. I am not a hat size expert, so that might be why, but I did try to measure.