For my 1900s gingham wash dress, I’ve sewn this white cotton and lace maid’s cap with long streamers.
Some caps had long streamers as in this photograph.
The streamers have a rather wide hem, as can be seen in this photograph.
The cap is just a circle of fabric with broderie anglaise lace round the edge and a bias-cut casing for the drawstring. Here‘s a similar antique edwardian cap. Because the cap is flat, it can be quite easily ironed.