In case you haven’t noticed, the 60s are BACK! Well, they’ve been back, but I’m loving how more and more 50s/60s/70s fashion pieces are coming back in style, including the neckerchief. A neckerchief can be made out of any square fabric, and in this case, I stamped plain bandanas with homemade potato stamps to create unique statement neckerchiefs that I can pair with my outfits this spring and summer! You may have made potato stamps as a kid, and I’m here to tell you that they are NOT just for kids. Continue Reading
Vinyl tablecloth? Ick! This fifteen bandana cloth I spied on Aesthetic Nest is so much jazzier. Since bandanas aren’t exactly square, you have to do a little reconnoitering to get it just right. The step-by-step tutorial on has some of the best photographs and directions I’ve ever seen. All you need to is a sewing machine and fifteen square-ish bandanas. See how Anneliese handily dealt with slight un-squareness of these pesky bandanas.