Now Shipping: Lost Art Press Bandanas

We have a new bandana in our store and ready to ship. Made and printed in the United States, the bandana is undyed cotton and features an array of historical hand tool images, our skep logo and – of course – bees.

We were quite pleased with the quality of our first bandana, which disappeared suddenly from our online store when 160 or so of the bandanas “went missing” from our old warehouse (if you see them stacked at a Midwestern flea market, drop us a line).

Undaunted by the financial setback, we asked Tom Bonamici to design a new one using the same specifications. These bandanas soften up nicely after a wash or two and become like the woobie of your childhood. The image – printed in water-based discharge ink – is remarkably resilient.

We have only 250 of these, so we don’t expect them to last long. The bandanas are $24 plus shipping (yes, we ship these to Canada).

If you are local to Cincinnati, you can pick one up at our holiday open day next Saturday (details here).

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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16 Responses to Now Shipping: Lost Art Press Bandanas

  1. Richard says:

    Cannot complete. Won’t ship to USA.

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  2. nrhiller says:

    Just found this while dashing off a reply about work and tried to order, but I’m repeatedly getting a notice about my cart having been modified as a result of which I have to change my shipping method…and then nothing. (Repeatedly.) I hope others are able to order these!

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  3. Gautier says:

    Hi, great gift for Christmas, is it possible to arrange shipping to France ? As actually only USA and Canada is available !

    Cheers

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  4. foskifo says:

    Hi, great gift for Christmas, is it possible to arrange shipping to France ? As actually only USA and Canada is available !

    Cheers

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  5. eyeofpine says:

    perfect, I was looking to outfit my band of street tuffs.

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  6. Barry MacDonald says:

    Is the edge seam a double folded hem with basting stitch, or a rolled hem overlock seam from a serger?

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  7. johncashman73 says:

    I look forward to Megan’s line of bandana throw pillows. She could call them Bandillows, and advertise on late night cable infomercials.

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    • fitz says:

      Stuffed with cat hair.

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      • johncashman73 says:

        Please write an article on dealing with cat hair in the shop. I was using spray adhesive just now to apply a stack of small patterns to plywood. Every time I sprayed, black cat hairs appeared on the patterns, as if from nowhere. It was like a scene from some CSI program.

        I’m thinking about running the little buggers through the dust collector. The cats, not the patterns.

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  8. Steve Carey says:

    Nice another loon cloth! Woo Hoo!

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