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Tie Dye Bandana | Bandanna, Outdoor Gear, Scarf, Camping Gear, Handkerchief, Camp, Small Art, Heart, Hippie Gift, Hand Dyed, bohemian, love

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Beautiful, one of a kind hand dyed 100% cotton bandana. I carefully tie and hand dye each one, care going into each unique piece. I have even had customers buy these for a smaller alternative to tapestries for wall art!

This tie dye bandana is sturdy material with finished edges, dyed with professional grade dyes. Standard size, approximately 20"x20". Bandanas make amazing gifts for any outdoor enthusiast (even yourself), they are one of the most versatile tools one can carry! I have a couple bandanas that have accompanied me on almost every adventure I embarked on over the last decade, I don't leave home without one.

Just a few of the MANY uses this humble swatch of fabric can offer in a pinch:
1. Signal – a bright colored bandana can be hung up as a flag over a campsite that might be lost in tight brush or tall grasses, or swing it around on a stick as a signal flag.
2. Bag – tie opposing corners together to make a bag to carry all sorts of loose items.
3. Tourniquet – not so much for snake bites, but for a dangerously bleeding extremity. This is a serious deal, when you have to decide to lose the limb or lose the life.
4. Cordage – tear off strips or use the whole bandana twisted into a cord.
5. Breathing Mask – tie it around your face like a bandit for a sand storm or as a pollen protector. Wet the bandana to help a little more as a smoke filter, if you get caught in a fire.
6. Sun Protection – tie it on your head like a skull cap and leave some cloth hanging down the back of your neck.
7. First Aid Sling – fix up that busted arm by using your bandana as a sling.
8. Cold Compress – from a fever to a sprain, to a venomous bite, wet the cloth down or fold it up with snow or ice inside for a cold compress.
9. Bullet Patches for Muzzleloader – now we’re talking.
10. Washcloth or Towel – wash with it or dry with it; or have two bandanas and you can enjoy both options.
11. Kitchen Helper – whether you need a pot mitt to get your kettle off the fire, or a dish rag to clean up after the meal, the bandana has you covered.
12. Sling – Just a few weeks or months of practice at slinging rocks, and you’ll be hitting the side of a barn (or better). It also helps to imagine that you are David and you’re fighting a giant.
13. Water Filter – just a pre-filter really, but it will improve the clarity of the water, and it can protect your precious water filter from premature clogging.
14. Snot Rag – I remember my grandfather using a hankie, pretty gross if you think about it, but when disposable tissues aren’t an option, there’s your bandana ready for action.
15. Bandage – hopefully it’s a clean, new bandana if you have to slap it on a wound. But if you are out of sterile dressings, your new bandana will be cleaner than the sock you were wearing.
16. Cleaning Patches for Your Firearms – gotta keep those barrels clean.
17. Bikini for Your Lady – there’s supposed to be a way to tie up four bandanas to create a reasonable, modest bikini. I’m sorry, but I’m going to have to do some more research on this.
18. Warmth – tie it around your neck for a gaiter, tie it around your ears for muffs, tie it around your face to stave off frostbite.
19. Hat – several ways to tie it for a serviceable head covering. Anyone with long hair can use it as a headband.
20. Mark a Trail – whole or in pieces, mark your trail and then collect the pieces before you bug out of there.
21. Gear Wrap - wrap up your gear in your backpack to prevent it from making noise
22. Napkin – that’s obvious enough.
23. Eye Patch – whether you have an eye injury, or you’re playing pirates with the kids.
24. Fire – if the bandana is cotton, you can soak it in oil for a torch, or use it dry as back-up tinder for emergency fire starting.
25. Toilet Paper – this could be your final use of the bandana, as you gratefully employ it one last time.

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Check back often, my inventory is constantly growing!

I work with the highest quality dye available, these beautiful colors will stay put. If you like my work but aren't finding quite what your looking for feel free to contact me. Special orders are possible, but due to the nature of the tie dye process results will vary from piece to piece.

Customer satisfaction is guaranteed, if you are unhappy with the piece in any way, you let me know and I will replace it for you or issue a refund. Return shipping may be required. If you have any questions please send me a message!

Follow Chromatic Kiddos on Instagram to participate in fun giveaways and Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/chromatickiddos

See what else is available! https://chromatickiddos.etsy.com
Beautiful, one of a kind hand dyed 100% cotton bandana. I carefully tie and hand dye each one, care going into each unique piece. I have even had customers buy these for a smaller alternative to tapestries for wall art!

This tie dye bandana is sturdy material with finished edges, dyed with professional grade dyes. Standard size, approximately 20"x20". Bandanas make amazing gifts for any outdoor enthusiast (even yourself), they are one of the most versatile tools one can carry! I have a couple bandanas that have accompanied me on almost every adventure I embarked on over the last decade, I don't leave home without one.

Just a few of the MANY uses this humble swatch of fabric can offer in a pinch:
1. Signal – a bright colored bandana can be hung up as a flag over a campsite that might be lost in tight brush or tall grasses, or swing it around on a stick as a signal flag.
2. Bag – tie opposing corners together to make a bag to carry all sorts of loose items.
3. Tourniquet – not so much for snake bites, but for a dangerously bleeding extremity. This is a serious deal, when you have to decide to lose the limb or lose the life.
4. Cordage – tear off strips or use the whole bandana twisted into a cord.
5. Breathing Mask – tie it around your face like a bandit for a sand storm or as a pollen protector. Wet the bandana to help a little more as a smoke filter, if you get caught in a fire.
6. Sun Protection – tie it on your head like a skull cap and leave some cloth hanging down the back of your neck.
7. First Aid Sling – fix up that busted arm by using your bandana as a sling.
8. Cold Compress – from a fever to a sprain, to a venomous bite, wet the cloth down or fold it up with snow or ice inside for a cold compress.
9. Bullet Patches for Muzzleloader – now we’re talking.
10. Washcloth or Towel – wash with it or dry with it; or have two bandanas and you can enjoy both options.
11. Kitchen Helper – whether you need a pot mitt to get your kettle off the fire, or a dish rag to clean up after the meal, the bandana has you covered.
12. Sling – Just a few weeks or months of practice at slinging rocks, and you’ll be hitting the side of a barn (or better). It also helps to imagine that you are David and you’re fighting a giant.
13. Water Filter – just a pre-filter really, but it will improve the clarity of the water, and it can protect your precious water filter from premature clogging.
14. Snot Rag – I remember my grandfather using a hankie, pretty gross if you think about it, but when disposable tissues aren’t an option, there’s your bandana ready for action.
15. Bandage – hopefully it’s a clean, new bandana if you have to slap it on a wound. But if you are out of sterile dressings, your new bandana will be cleaner than the sock you were wearing.
16. Cleaning Patches for Your Firearms – gotta keep those barrels clean.
17. Bikini for Your Lady – there’s supposed to be a way to tie up four bandanas to create a reasonable, modest bikini. I’m sorry, but I’m going to have to do some more research on this.
18. Warmth – tie it around your neck for a gaiter, tie it around your ears for muffs, tie it around your face to stave off frostbite.
19. Hat – several ways to tie it for a serviceable head covering. Anyone with long hair can use it as a headband.
20. Mark a Trail – whole or in pieces, mark your trail and then collect the pieces before you bug out of there.
21. Gear Wrap - wrap up your gear in your backpack to prevent it from making noise
22. Napkin – that’s obvious enough.
23. Eye Patch – whether you have an eye injury, or you’re playing pirates with the kids.
24. Fire – if the bandana is cotton, you can soak it in oil for a torch, or use it dry as back-up tinder for emergency fire starting.
25. Toilet Paper – this could be your final use of the bandana, as you gratefully employ it one last time.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Check back often, my inventory is constantly growing!

I work with the highest quality dye available, these beautiful colors will stay put. If you like my work but aren't finding quite what your looking for feel free to contact me. Special orders are possible, but due to the nature of the tie dye process results will vary from piece to piece.

Customer satisfaction is guaranteed, if you are unhappy with the piece in any way, you let me know and I will replace it for you or issue a refund. Return shipping may be required. If you have any questions please send me a message!

Follow Chromatic Kiddos on Instagram to participate in fun giveaways and Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/chromatickiddos

See what else is available! https://chromatickiddos.etsy.com

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My goal is a happy customer! If you aren't satisfied for any reason I am happy to offer a replacement or accept a return.

Please contact me within: 7 days of delivery
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Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about my policies.

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Processing Time (starts after payment is received):
1-5 Business days. However - Many weekday orders will ship out within 24 hours! I use USPS and provide tracking numbers on all orders. If you need faster shipping send me a message, I might be able to make that happen!

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I ship with USPS. It is up to the customer to provide a correct mailing address. If the item is returned to me due to incorrect address or an address that USPS does not deliver to, the buyer must pay to have the item reshipped.

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International sales may have additional customs fees added once they reach the buyer's country. Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs. The buyer is responsible for any additional fees and will not be refunded if they refuse to pay. Here's a link to Etsy's explanation https://www.etsy.com/help/article/5023

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International sales may have additional customs fees added once they reach the buyer's country. The buyer is responsible for any additional fees and will not be refunded if they refuse to pay. Here's a link to Etsy's explanation https://www.etsy.com/help/article/5023

Tie Dye Bandana | Bandanna, Outdoor Gear, Scarf, Camping Gear, Handkerchief, Camp, Small Art, Heart, Hippie Gift, Hand Dyed, bohemian, love

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