Slouch Headwear was founded in the winter of 2013. We wanted some cute beanies for our son Hudson to wear during the cold Utah winters but we had a hard time finding a beanie that was high quality, stylish and comfortable, so we made it! Word started to spread and we quickly got several requests for our beanies, and that's when Slouch Headwear was born. Tens of thousands of beanies later, we are excited to continue providing you with high quality beanies for you and your little ones. Each slouch beanie is made with love and attention to detail by moms here in Utah. We hand pick all of the fabrics we use to ensure comfort and quality.

Thank you for supporting our family business and for shopping small!

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Meet the Team!

Carl & Emily - Founders


Carl has a full-time job as the financial analyst for the Department of Surgery at a hospital in Utah. For Slouch he handles the website, social media, photography, fulfillment and customer service. If you email us or message us on social media then you're talking to Carl! His hobbies include sports, yard work, travel, drone photography and family time. 

Emily is a stay-at-home mom of two darling boys, Hudson (4) and Riley (1). She is the glue that keeps Slouch together. She handles the pattern design, product development, styling for photo shoots and some of the beanie sewing. Her hobbies include minimalism, reading nutrition and self-help books, beach days, walks and family dance parties.

Instagram: @CarlFillerup & @EmFillerup

McKinsey - Seamstress


McKinsey joined the Slouch team in October of 2015. She hand makes our slouch beanies and lives just 5 houses down the street! Her and her husband Gage have 4 handsome boys. She enjoys sewing anything from dresses to pajamas (and of course, beanies!). She enjoys spending time with her family in the mountains or on bike rides. Her favorite dessert is creme brulee!

Amy - Seamstress


Amy joined the Slouch team in August of 2017. She hand makes our slouch beanies and lives just a few minutes away! Growing up, Amy wanted to be a meteorologist and went to school to achieve a degree, but once she started having children she became a "domestic engineer" instead. They have 4 amazing kids who keep them very busy. Her family enjoys playing games and traveling. Amy enjoys reading a good book, being outdoors, learning new skills (thanks YouTube), basketball and sewing. She loves to sew and has been sewing since she first learned at a young age in her 4-H club. Since her kids are getting older and don't want homemade clothes anymore, Amy has been making home decor and now beanies! One of her greatest possessions is her Bernina sewing machine that she inherited from her great grandmother because of their shared love for sewing.