Bandanas don’t need to be verifiable works of art, but it’s pretty cool when they are. That’s not meant to disparage normal bandanas, but the one-of-a-kind, Shibori-dyed bandanas that Jolie Bird Studio cooked up for NAQP kind of do the job just by existing.
Made in Canada exclusively for the Canadian shop, each piece in the collection is dyed one-at-a-time by fiber artist Jolie Bird, who expertly employs a classic Japanese Shibori technique—which uses stitching, binding, pleating and wrapping to resist-dye things—to incredible effect.
Done in a beautiful array of blues, browns and yellows, each piece is made with an open-weave cotton fabric, features hand-stitched hems and measures in at 24” x 24”.
For those of you into synergy and winter, think of these as the snowflakes of bandanas. Or something.
Available for $65CAD (~$50USD) at NAQP.