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Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas
Happy Accident Bandanas

Happy Accident Bandanas


DISCOUNT mishap / happy accident bandanas are the occasional result of our printing and natural dye process.

These discounted botanical bandanas are the same favorites found on the site, with minor flaws that eliminate them from full price listings.

Such flaws may include: 
- minor dye irregularities
- minor fabric pulls
- minor funked up stitching

These flaws are part of the handmade process, and a great way to score Wanderite herbalist bandanas at a deep discount.

The irregularites are such that when worn or used as an altar cloth, they are hardly noticeable at all. That's what we call wabi-sabi folks!  :  the Japanese term for aesthetic that embraces the acceptance of transience and imperfection. 

 

Made for nature lovers, herbalists, green witches, and medicine wo/men from all walks of life.

Perfect for adorning yourself, an altar or sacred space as a reminder of the power of our ancient + loving plant allies. 

 

Approx. 17" x 17"

Organic cotton. Raw edge.

Drawn by hand in the Appalachian mountains and printed with eco-friendly inks in North Carolina, USA. Stitched, dyed + packaged with love by hand.

 

Note:

*Wanderite bandanas are intentionally smaller than "normal" size cotton bandanas. 

*Wanderite bandanas are pre-shrunk, lightweight cotton, and get softer with time. Gentle cycle. Lay flat to dry. Steaming relaxes fabric up to size if any shrinking occurs if using a low heat dryer. 

*Intentional raw edge has been stitched to not unravel, but edges may need to be trimmed in the first few washes. 

*Wanderite bandanas existed long before Covid-19, and in addition to face coverings, can be used as altar cloths, wall hangings, hair ties, cloth napkins & more.