Ethically Made Bandanas.
Unlike all of the other items we create, we made (most of) these bandanas using conventional cotton, instead of organic cotton. Why? Because we work with a really great non-profit in Bellingham WA called Ragfinery, and we saw they had some great "deadstock" fabric. This organization has a goal to divert textiles from the waste stream, and we are happy to be a part of their mission. We make clothing in an ethical way and we are always striving to do better.
You can use these as headbands, face coverings, around your neck, as a napkin, or even a hand towel. It's a 22" square piece of fabric.
- Approximately 22" X 22"
- Label is sewn in the corner, so it can be hung on a hook.
Alpine Trail, Brown Hatch, Flower Bed, Match Sticks, Pink Dots, Vintage Flowers, and White Paisley :: 100% cotton (reclaimed "deadstock" from Ragfinery.)
Indigo Pinstripe :: 55% hemp 45% organic cotton (Not "deadstock" from the Ragfinery.)
Questions about sizing? Ask us!
Questions about laundering? Read our blog post!
I recently bought a couple and they are a terrific size and I've used them both as a scarf around my neck as well as in my hair. It's nicer than a regular bandana, but every bit as functional.
I grew my hair out from a pixie to shoulder length during the pandemic and wanted to up my bandana game--these bandanas are great color palette andmore sophisticated (but not stodgy) than the traditional bandana pattern. I expect to wear them constantly during the summer--keeping my hair back while at the beach, gardening, or even at work.