Bandanas, handkerchiefs, hankies, pocket squares. So many words for a fabric square with so many uses. We like useful. Wear one around your neck on a hike then artfully wrap it up around your sweaty hair, use it as a pop of pattern to give an outfit some personality, tie it this way or that way, around your face for a dust mask, or to gather small items like a rucksack. Keep one handy for runny noses, or to wipe a baby's face. Wave it passionately in the air at a political protest, or accentuate the movements of your hands while dancing joyfully. Endless possibilities. Beautiful patterns. The Swiss army knife of accessories.
100% premium cotton
22" x 22"
Designed in the USA, ethically screen-printed by hand in India.
The hemlock plant is pretty but poisonous, tender yet tenacious. We see the spirit of the hemlock plant in the women we admire, and it's what inspires the bandanas Hemlock Goods create.
These bandanas were made to be beautiful, yes, but they're also tough. They can hold your hair back, carry an outfit, pick up spills, and store your beloved treasures and favorite snacks. The possibilities are endless with these hardwearing, artfully designed handkerchiefs. And with a Hemlock bandana in your possession, your possibilities are endless too.
Hemlock Goods contributes to the following organizations:
BOLD, Black and Brown Opportunities, Leadership and Development, is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit youth empowerment and mentoring organization created in an effort to support, nurture, and enhance the leadership skills of Black and Brown girls in Columbia. The mission of BOLD is to empower and uplift Black and Brown Girls through enrichment opportunities, leadership training, education, and positive identity development. BOLD began with a small coalition of women who shared a similar vision: To create a strong social and professional network for young Black and Brown girls in the city of Columbia so that they could not only reach their potential, but have support and guidance from strategic partners along the way.
Race Matters, Friends (RMF) confronts Columbia’s history of racial inequities by practicing courage and collaborating with trusted partners to build transformative policies that dismantle disparities in all local institutions and organizations. RMF’s equity work includes focusing on race, class, LGBTQIA+, disability, religion, and other marginalized groups, ethnicities, and cultural groups.
Inclusive Impact Institute is committed to creating diverse and inclusive communities. Their curriculum reflects this commitment, as well as the diverse backgrounds and cultures of their instructors and participants alike.
They offer an unmatched variety of events, experiences, and programs, created for individuals or groups of all ages and academic levels.
She Should Run is a nonpartisan nonprofit working to dramatically increase the number of women considering a run for public office. She Should Run helps every woman understand the importance of being equally represented in office, gives her the opportunity to see herself there, demonstrates that she is qualified, and provides the pathways for her to take the first step.