Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans is a rare low to intermediate grade dermal tumour, sparsely found in head and neck region. It is a clinically challenging tumour in view of its initial slow idle behaviour that delays its presentation to treatment facilities. It spreads characteristically in a villous pattern in adjoining tissues, thereby recurring commonly if inadequately excised. We present a case of supraclavicular lesion in a child. The objective of this article is to acquaint the clinicians to the possibility of a rare tumour like this in a seemingly benign swelling and to have an idea regarding its management.