On this Frugal Friday I’d like to talk about bandanas.
I own a lot of bandanas, in just about any color or design you can imagine. I used to wear them under my motorcycle helmet, but since they started making more and more cute do-rags (aka skullcaps) for women, those are now my head covering of choice under my helmet.
I still use a couple of pink bandanas (a must for this pink girl!) to tie around my neck or to cover my nose and mouth during high-pollen seasons, but this still left me with a whole lotta unused bandanas!
My daughter, Kathy, and I were shopping a month or two ago and noticed what cute bandana patterns are available now. Our first thought was how cute these would be as dinner napkins:
- They don’t cost much.
- They’re the right size.
- They wash and dry easily.
- And—if you’re actually into it and you absolutely think they need it—they can easily be ironed.
- And you can find them in so many stores now.
- Oh, and how much more recyclable/reusable can you get?
So let me ask you: what’s not to love about all that?