These bandanas were cut from recovered sails from a ship in the 18th century. The ship was making a Transatlantic voyage but ended up in the Pacific Ocean. Still not sure how that happened... Centuries spent in the sun eventually caused the linen to turn black. When we found them, we turned them into bandanas because bandanas are an essential tool for sailors. They provide a way to shield your face, protect your neck, filter water, and numerous other utilities. We've found that they also look pretty great on your first mate: your dog.
Salvaged ship linen with custom screen printing