In the United States, a beanie seamed cap is a head-hugging brimless cap, with or without a visor, made from triangular panels of material joined by a button.
At the crown and seamed together around the sides.
. In some U.S. regions and parts of Canada the term “beanie” refers to a knitted cap (often wool alternately called a “stocking cap” or “toque”. In Malaysia, “beanie” is better.
Although widely used for inner piece of clothing inside for women, but it is acceptable to use it as a translated term for cap .
One popular style of the beanie during the early half of the twentieth century was a kind made of four or six felt panels sewn together to form the cap.
This type of beanie was also very popular with some colleges and fraternities, as they would often use school colour in the different panels making up the garment.
The band would often have a decorative repeating zig-zag or scalloped pattern cut around the edge.
It was also quite common for schoolboys to adorn their beanies with buttons and pins.
In the United States, beanie is a head-hugging brimless cap with or without a made from triangular panels of material joined by a button at the crown and seamed together around the sides.
Commonly made of cloth or felt material, beanies may also be made from leather or silk.
Beanie seamed cap is different from scottish hat.