Organic Cotton Handkerchief - Desert Flowers

An organic cotton patterned handkerchief handmade in Australia. Reduce the waste you generate by using and reusing a hanky! Great for your handbag, or as a napkin for your zero waste lunch kit. A desert flower design. 25cm x 25cm.

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you are making a difference:

  • Choosing Australian made products and supporting independent makers.
  • Choosing materials that have been produced without the use of toxic pesticides that are harmful to the planet.

features:

  • Organic cotton hanky
  • Unique design
  • Handmade in Australia by Amy Jade Creations
  • Watercolour desert flower design
  • Normal machine wash

materials/dimensions:

Organic cotton. 25cm x 25cm.

Due to the handmade nature of these, the product you recieve may vary slightly from image.

Made in Australia.

Browse our other zero waste toiletries.

    By on 01 June 2019 (Organic Cotton Handkerchief - Desert Flowers) :
    (5/5

    Very Pretty - And Another Good 'Low Waste' Choice!

    I stopped buying packets of tissues for my handbag last year to reduce plastic use. I still buy bamboo tissues for home and was folding them up and putting them in my bag. I FINALLY got myself an ethical/eco organic cotton handkerchief and it is lovely and soft to blow my nose or wipe my tears with. It is so pretty, also! I will gradually buy more and more, so I can reduce my use of bamboo tissues at home, also.

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    By on 10 Apr. 2019 (Organic Cotton Handkerchief - Desert Flowers) :
    (5/5

    Beautiful Fabric

    These handkerchiefs are so useful. I really love the design of this one. It feels nice to have a beautiful handkerchief to wash and reuse rather than throwing away tissues.

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