Create a one-of-a-kind bandana using one of the oldest forms of photography-Cyanotype. Also known as sun printing, this process blends chemistry, art, and nature for a satisfyingly hands-on project that is fun for everyone!
The standard kit includes one cotton bandana and two cotton practice swatches.
Read more about cyanotype here. Check out our IG highlight for FAQ and inspiration.
Comes in a resealable stand-up pouch
Includes chemistry, protective gloves, glass stone weights, two 7 x 11-inch practice swatches, and a 22-inch square blank bandana
The detailed booklet includes step-by-step instructions, tips, and fun facts
Suitable for ages six and up with adult supervision and help
Sometimes the distraction of a game can be a real life-saver, or at the very least a morale-booster. A checkerboard bandana might just be that same timely remedy for folks on the go, easily stashed in a pack, pocket, or in the car. Just grab this travel checkers set and you are ready, set, GO!
Includes organic cotton bandana, 24 wooden playing pieces, and drawstring bag.
Bandana Made in India
Bag and Checkers Made in USA and Assembled in Oregon.
Utilizing the smallest fabric waste from our bandana production, these hatbands are hand twisted into a colorful and textured rope. The perfect adornment for your favorite hat!
Made in collaboration with long-time friend of Last Chance Textiles, Jessica Rives. Jess is dedicated to the craft of upcycling with found and repurposed material. We hope you'll love the twisted rag rope hatband she has lovingly created.
Hand painted with a bold cobalt blue starburst graphic. The back of each tee is painted one at a time with a handheld airbrush and stencil set. This technique allows for a lot of play and variation, so each tee is unique. The front of the tees are hand screen printed with our spectacle logo.
This design was based on my drawn studies of 8 pointed star quilts. This pattern transcends multiple cultures and generations across North America, making it one of the most recognizable and enduring quilt designs. The quilted technique utilizes rings of contrasting fabric diamonds to create dazzling depth and movement. My intention was to create a similar optical effect in monotone, achieved by gradients within each diamond. Watch a video of the process here.