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Father’s Day Handkerchief and Bandana!

Father’s Day is almost here! Why not make him his very own handkerchief for his suit or bandana for when he’s busy working outside. Our basic combed cotton is perfect for bandanas and now that our silks are back you can make dad a very nice handkerchief or pocket square for his work attire. What better gift than something completely custom and made by you, dad will love it! Follow our tutorial below on how to create your very own.


  • Fabric (23”x23” Square)
  • Sewing Machine
  • Thread
  • Scissors
  • Iron
  • Pins

Step 1: Cutting Fabric

First you will cut out your fabric. You will need a 23” X 23” square. This will give you enough room space to finish the edges to give you the perfect size of 22” x 22” when completed

Step 2: Preparing Fabric

Next you will press your fabric and fold over each edge ½” towards the wrong side of the fabric and press. Then you will fold over each edge once more at ½” press and pin in place.

Step 3: Sewing Edges

Now you will edge seam along the folded edges, being sure to backstitch at the beginning and end.

That is all it takes, it is easy and a gift that dad will love!

We got this great Bandana design from our artist LaurenYoungDesigns! She has these and more colors available on her artist profile page. Don’t Forget to take 30% off from now until May 20th with code fathers30!

Bandana Blue by : LaurenYoungDesigns

Bandana Red  by : LaurenYoungDesigns

Bandana White by : LaurenYoungDesigns


At you can upload your own design, choose from one in our library or create your own seamless pattern with our fabric creator. Choose from one of our high-quality fabrics and your order ships out to you in around 10-15 business days.

What will you make with your custom printed fabric? Use hashtag #mfdesigns and show us your creations!


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Bandana White

Bandana Red

Bandana Blue

Basic Combed Cotton

Cotton Silk

Silk Crepe De Chine



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