Last Chance Textiles combines ethical manufacturing practices with beautiful designs to create sustainable bandanas and scarves. Each stunning textile is woven with silk noil yarns, or "raw silk" remnant fibers from the silk industry's fabric production process. Last Chance Textiles deliberately chose silk as their primary textile due to its natural durability, biodegradability, and minimal environmental impact. They hand-dye all their bandanas using plant and insect-derived dyes. This process uses less water and is non-toxic and biodegradable. Minimizing waste as much as possible, Last Chance Textiles also uses the entire fabric width for each piece, resulting in zero leftover scrap cuttings.