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Wild Rags and The Cowpokes Who Love Them

Wild Rags and The Cowpokes Who Love Them

The Wild Rag is a larger, more elegant scarf most commonly worn by western range-workers.  It dates back as far as the mid-nineteenth century and is often cited as deriving from neckerchiefs adopted by cavalrymen in the Spanish-American War.
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2023 Holiday Gift Guide: Meet our Muses!

2023 Holiday Gift Guide: Meet our Muses!

Our gift guide this year was inspired by four archetypal characters, that help define the Last Chance Textiles: The Stargazing Dreamer, The Buckaroo, The Folk Art Freak, and The Camp Counselor. Do any of them sound like someone you know?
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A Stellar Journey:  Connecting the Dots on Our Starry Bandanas

A Stellar Journey: Connecting the Dots on Our Starry Bandanas

A goal of each Last Chance design is to create something that feels timeless but also super special. I find inspiration from historical references (mostly textiles). One of the most exciting things about looking at these references is spotting similar motifs across different cultures and periods. When I spot these similarities, it’s like a constellation appearing just after sunset– I only have to connect the dots to create something new.
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Introducing the Blossom Bandana: Bursting with Floral Splendor from Days Gone By.

Introducing the Blossom Bandana: Bursting with Floral Splendor from Days Gone By.

A goal of each Last Chance design is to create something that feels timeless but also super special. I find inspiration from historical references (mostly textiles). One of the most exciting things about looking at these references is spotting similar motifs across different cultures and periods. Join me for a trip back in time as we touch upon some of the captivating historical references I used to create one particular design.
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Nine Reasons to Love Wearing Silk Noil!

Nine Reasons to Love Wearing Silk Noil!

Welcome to the world of our silk noil bandanas and scarves, where style and heritage converge, and sustainable fashion takes center stage. In this blog post, we will delve into nine exceptional benefits of adorning yourself with this unique silk fabric. 
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What is Silk Noil? Exploring Our Favorite Silk!

What is Silk Noil? Exploring Our Favorite Silk!

Silk noil (pronounced like soil)  is made from the exact same source as conventional shiny mulberry silk but the yarn is created in a different way. 
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Interview with Fiber Artist Lacy VanCourt of Die Trying

Interview with Fiber Artist Lacy VanCourt of Die Trying

We've been collaborating with Lacy of Die Trying for the past five years on our chain-stitch embroidered bandanas.  We caught up with her recently to take a deeper dive into her process and inspirations. 
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Introducing Our New Cotton Bandanas

Introducing Our New Cotton Bandanas

Along our journey together these past seven years, my version of the ideal bandana has merged with yours. This newly revised cotton bandana is closer than ever to our shared ideals. I’ve achieved this through some adaptions of fabrication, printing, and finishing processes while finding the perfect partners to help us along the way.
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Ajrakh Printing in Kutch, India

Ajrakh Printing in Kutch, India

In September 2022 I had the honor of visiting block printing artist Sufiyan Khatri at his home and studio.  Sufiyan is a 10th generation pratictioner of Ajrakh and he and his family have received esteemed international recognition for their craft.

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10 Ways To Use A Bandana On Your Next Camping Trip

10 Ways To Use A Bandana On Your Next Camping Trip

If you are planning to go camping this summer (and you should!), may we suggest that you you carry along some bandanas? They hardly take up space and are supremely versatile in an outdoor camp setting. Ahead we have listed ten ways to use a bandana on a camping trip-
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Cyanotype - Into The Blue

Cyanotype - Into The Blue

Enigmatic blue backdrops imprinted with detailed silhouettes in white- cyanotypes are instantly recognizable by their azure monochromatic palette that is at once haunting and inexplicably picturesque.  Cyanotype is one of the oldest photographic printing processes and is a striking blend of the precision of chemistry with the curiosity of art.

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Interview with Shaivyya Gupta: Block Printing the Bazaar in Jaipur, India

Interview with Shaivyya Gupta: Block Printing the Bazaar in Jaipur, India

Shaivyya Gupta brings the eye of a fine artist and the soul of everyday Jaipur to her work as a textile designer, consultant and educator.  We caught up with her recently to take a deeper dive into her process and inspirations.
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