The kippah doesn’t have a biblical meaning. It is a custom that evolved because people desired a sign that will show recognition and faithfulness, a way to show that they believe there is someone above us, Someone greater who is watching over us and our every act. There isn’t a mandatory kippah, there are some traditional designs and materials used, but you can try more modern ideas and as long as you are faithful and honest, nothing else matters, including your kippah’s print.
You can try fun kippahs for your little ones
When organizing a special event for your children, a Bar Mitzvah or a Bat Mitzvah, when you have children invited to a wedding, or even for the Sabbath, your little one will probably wear a kippah. Especially to these special events it is fun to choose a one of a kind model and design kippahs for all your little guests.
You can custom make any model you like
There are so many ideas; you can make almost anything out of the common satin kippahs. If you want to make a kippah that matters, like for a child with autism, or for an event that will raise funds for these children, you can order a special pattern, kippahs with the traditional autism symbol, the puzzle ribbon. However, the kippahs can be more entertaining and fun, you can order fun prints for special parties, like patters with pizza or the little ones’ favorite cartoon characters for a themed party.