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Upcycled Handmade Headband in Happy Stripes Print

$25.00
Description
Color makes us happy, so we thought it was only fitting to name this fun, colorful geometric stripe print Happy Stripes.  This 100% cotton fabric is one of our five exclusive Lucky Franklin branded prints.  We had it custom printed for a special project and these headbands were made from the left over scraps! Fabric scraps are often viewed as trash, but we see them as treasures that can be used in a variety of ways to make unique goods.  We only had enough scraps for 2 of these super special headbands.  Our upcycled headbands feature a trendy top knot and have been finished with hand stitching, we never use any glue in our headbands.
Features

Features

-1" wide flexible plastic head band base, stays put and doesn't slide up like knit headbands

-100% cotton, upcyled and sourced from fabric scraps left over from production waste

-Hand stitched, higher quality finish without any toxic glues

Fabric Content & Care

Fiber Content: 100% Cotton
Care: Spot clean as needed

Shipping & Processing

Please allow us 2 to 3 business days to get your order packed up and ready to send to you. We ship via USPS and offer first class package and priority mail options.

Returns & Refunds

Unhappy with your headband? We will accept returns on UNWORN headbands within 14 days of receipt.  To process your return and refund, please email us at info@luckyfranklin.com

Sustainability & Transparency

Our headbands are always made from upcycled scrap fabric left over from other production waste. We never cut into fresh yardage to make these and never will.

No glue is used in the construction process. The fabric pieces are prepped on the sewing machine and then attached with hand stitching to the plastic base.

The plastic base we use is the least sustainable aspect of our headbands. We would love to be able to find an alternative material for the headband bases.