These hand-dyed bandana are a great accent to any outfit, but can also function as a makeshift face mask or worn while working. Because they’re made with organic cotton, they’re better at wicking away sweat than standard cotton and have a super soft feel.
Production: The bandana blanks are sourced through a Vancouver, BC company called Maiwa and sewn at their studio in India. The fabric is ethically made from organic cotton grown in Nagpur in Central India, and spun and woven in Coimbatore, South India. The cotton is SKAL and Solidaridad certified organic. Fabric is dyed with Procion fiber reactive dyes.
Care: Handwashing is ideal, but can be machine washed in cold water with like colors. Line dry or machine dry on the delicate cycle. Colors may bleed first couple washes. Do not bleach.
24” x 24”100% organic cotton
- Here Studio is a one woman creative shop run by Abigael Tripp in Portland, OR. Her focus is on landscape imagery and design inspired by the magic and beauty of the natural world. She grew up in western Montana with a connection with the land that has fostered a great sense of respect and gratitude for the environments that we are so intimately a part of. For her, the process of making art and design is a meditation — a space to be present in body and heart without being dominated by thought or judgment. Here Studio makes things that bring more joy into daily life. It is her hope that by sharing her work she can connect with fellow earth dwellers who also feel this deep appreciation and love for the places that we’re so fortunate to inhabit.