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Cotton Flannel Sleeping Cap

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Cotton Flannel Sleeping Cap

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WAS:  $10.95
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Our cozy 100% cotton flannel sleeping cap keeps your noggin good and warm on those bone-chilling nights. One size. Machine wash and dry. Available in both Misses’ and Women's sizes.

  • 100% cotton flannel
  • One size

Enjoy the warmth of a night cap every night with our cotton flannel sleeping cap.

Cotton Flannel Sleeping Cap


100% Cotton Flannel


To avoid shrinkage: Machine wash warm and tumble dry low.


Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

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Purchased on a whim I purchased this sleeping cap on a whim. I had seen them on tv programs, and thought it might be a handy item to own. I have very long hair, below my waist, and I wear it in a long braid when sleeping. Sometimes it becomes a problem. Thus, the sleeping cap. I find when I wear it my hair stays out of my face and does not end up tangled. These are probably not for everyone, but it did solve a problem for me. It took some getting used to. The product is as described and fits well. December 2, 2013
Red Cotton Flannel Sleeping Cap The Red Cotton Flannel Sleeping Cap is a lovely, festive red color and a nice weight. However, it is too small for my adult-size head; the elastic is tight, and the lace around the outside feels of poor quality and does not appear to be cotton, as represented. I would not recommend it for other adults because of the small size. However, a small child may find it comfortable, warm and fun. November 19, 2013
Little House on the Prarie Comes to Maryland I live in an old house where it gets quite cold during long winter nights. My "Ma" got me this flannel sleeping cap in white, just like Laura Ingalls Wilder wore. It keeps me warm all over, better than an extra blanket, warm pajamas, or fuzzy socks. It really is true, if your feet are cold, put a hat on - it does the trick! November 20, 2012
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