Created from felt, it looks like the shark jumped out of the water and landed on the child's head. The Shark Attack Hat creator used Patons wool, and cast 90 stitches onto a size 9 circular needle to produce this cute yet dangerous head gear.
Implications - With kids becoming more and more stimulated by online media and technology, parents are looking to hold on to more traditional ways to entertain their children. Hats with flair and a sense of adventure are just one way to motivate youngsters away from the world of virtual reality. Companies should consider more daring ways to design their products that stimulate excitement in the younger generation.