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Re: Handkerchiefs

From: Michelle Lowe (mishlowe)
Date: Tue Aug 22 2000 - 18:55:10 PDT

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    At 09:36 PM 8/22/2000 -0700, you wrote:
    >I have decided that I want to create "real" bandanas with my entire K-6
    >while there is grant money to do it. This comes to appx. 140-150 kids. I
    figure this
    >would be a fantastic design problem for them - we would use fabric crayons
    >someone has a better idea. Now I just need to find a good source to
    purchase that
    >many large white handkerchiefs. I had a classroom teacher suggest I buy white
    >material and cut it myself to the proper size, then have parent volunteers
    sew the
    >edges. I would rather take the easy way out if I can. Anyone have any
    ideas where I
    >can find these?

    You could try They have lots of all white items for
    dying as well as an extensive dye and fabric painting catalog. The catalog
    actually has lots of how-to and information included! I see they have silk
    scarves, and handkerchieves, available at a discount for bulk.

    Good luck!
    Michelle Lowe, potter in the Phoenix desert \|/ |
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