Beautiful bandanas made for a lifetime of adventuring.
21″ X 21″
machine wash cold, slight fading to be expected
hand dyed and printed
100% of the profits from the limited edition "Still, I rise" bandana Jenni Earle donates to the Loveland Foundation.
About the Maker
The love of bandanas started early with Jenni Earle. Growing up in West Virginia, she loved working in the garage with her grandpa, Earl. He always had a bandana tucked into his pocket that he’d use to wipe the sawdust off a piece of furniture he was building or clean his hands after coming out from under the hood of a car. He never said, "You’re too young to help, or a girl, so probably shouldn’t run the drill press." When Earl wasn’t looking, she would swipe that bandana and hold it, trying to channel all his strength and bravery into her being. Holding that 22” square of cotton, she felt like she could conquer anything. The bandana became a talisman for her, a "symbol of that bravery" she remembers.
Forever a maker, she set out to bring Earl’s bandana to you. Jenni Earle products are made by hand. They're cut and sewn in South Carolina and then dyed by hand in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The bandanas are then screen printed with a hand-drawn design. The process of washing the goods a few times before hand-dyeing leaves the finished bandanas looking all just a little bit different, making them truly one of a kind and oh so soft.