Great cowboy trimmings
Nice mix of colors, just the right size for you little cowboy/girl
February 3, 2009
great vibrant colors
Plan to make summer picnic quilt using these bright bandanas. Awesome
April 29, 2014
I used these to make a stick horse head. They were the perfect color. Less than $1 each. Used a variety of different colors
March 11, 2014
bought for my little girl birthday party and they were perfect!
February 1, 2013
these did the trick
For a cowboy/western themed party, these bandanas will do the trick. They are colorful and fit the theme. Unlike an authentic bandana a cowpoke would use, instead of nice cotton these are polyester. Doubt anyone at the party noticed or cared, but wouldn't use for "real" just for a party. Price is "ok" a bit much for just some fabric squares.
June 15, 2012
Some had black spots
I bought 3 dozen of these for a cowboy baby shower,the colors were nice but some of the bandanas had ugly black spots on them, I didnt want to bother with returning the whole thing so I ended up throwing the two worst ones away. Overall 6 out of the 36 I received had the ugly spots.
September 23, 2011
They are 100% polyester, and thin, and rough.
June 17, 2011
colors not as shown
Ordered these for my 9 yr old daughter's cowgirl birthday party. The colors were disappointing... in the photo they look bright and vibrant. When I received the bandanas they were actually dark and dull. The teal was the only bright color. The red, blue and green were especially dark and dull. They are not jewel- toned in any way.
November 1, 2010
I ordered these to use as hankerchiefs. They are much too thin and rough to use for my intended purpose. Not at all like patriotic ones I purchased in the past.
July 2, 2010
Great under helmets
I purchased these after I had ordered the pink bandanas, and was contacted later telling me they were out of stock. While disappointed, I ordered these and ended up being happy with the variety of color. They are a wee bit thin and stiff, but all 11 girls at my daughters party liked them. They all went horseback riding, and the scarves were part of the gift bag, but were handed out early to be used under the riding helmets. One never knows what lurks in a community item that goes on one's head!
June 29, 2010