Bandanas are screen printed with water-based inks on natural cotton fabric with a stitched hem. Due to the process, each one is unique and may vary slightly. Size: 22" x 22”. Care: Hand-wash gently, tumble or line dry. Made in United States.
About the Maker: Portland, OR based Elana Gabrielle is a multidisciplinary illustrator, maker, and designer of printed textile and paper goods. Her work is influenced by wild and varied landscapes from misty mountains and foggy beaches, to dusty desert valleys. Her handmade goods mirror the environment by focusing on form and function, as well as using sustainable practices and natural fibers, dyes, and inks.
Our Sustainability Practices
We believe it’s our responsibility to our planet to be as low-impact and sustainable as possible. We’ve worked hard and are extremely proud of the results of our efforts.
Recycled Metal Content
Nearly all of the metals that are used to make our jewelry come from a recycled source. Whether it be a stud earring, a jump-ring on a necklace or the plating that is on a bracelet, we’ve worked to source recycled and responsible materials.
Our production studio in Seattle is a zero-waste facility. We take great effort and pride in making sure that materials that are normally considered unusable by manufacturers find their way into hands of those who will use them. Whether it be recycling our scrap metals, sending small bits of gold that we have gathered for years to be re-processed or donating components to local schools who teach jewelry classes.