- Product Information
Product DescriptionOur Tie Dye bandanas are sure to bring back the grove of the 1960s with vibrant, assorted colors. Perfect for retro-themed parties, our Tie Dye bandanas make great accessories to be worn head-to-toe or displayed throughout your home. Use Tie Dye bandanas as a napkin or placemat. Hand out these fun bandanas as party favors. Use a Tie Dye bandana to tie up party-favor bundles. Lay 60's inspired bandanas out on tables to add pizazz to home decor. Dress up your pet! Add a frame to our bandanas for some colorful, psychedelic wall art. Crafters can sew Tie Dye bandanas into table cloths or table runners for a unique table setting. You could even stitch your Tie Dye bandanas into a quilt or blanket that would perk up any picnic or bedroom. Tie Dye bandanas are 19-inch cloth squares and are sold by the dozen.
- Size-19 inch
- Questions & Answers
- Great looking and just what I expected. Review by Pat the Party G
Had a tie-dye party and used these as part of the centerpieces.
(Posted on 4/15/12)
- Nice product, a little thin Review by H & B
We sell Tye-Dye and added this product to our festival booth. A little flimsy and thin. They are selling but very slowly. Nice for hot days cause they aren't heavy.
(Posted on 8/7/11)
- Worth the Price! Review by Coach
We used the bandanas for a 5K race to stand out. Mission accomplished!!! Everyone looked great! Great product! Wish I could get all one color though not the 3 different but they were all great colors! They are a little thin but worth the price!
(Posted on 6/2/11)
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