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ABOUT SPRINGS CREATIVE
The Bandanna Company: Some of America’s most iconic pictures feature bandannas. From Rosie the Riveter to the classic American cowboy, these simple, square pieces of fabric have become an American symbol.
From their use as mouth covering while herding buffalo to a hanky, used to wipe a child’s tear, this national symbol has touched almost everyone’s life at some point.
Bandannas history in America is full of diversity, much like our heritage. Their early use included a face covering for the British Red Coats as they fought the American soldiers.
It was also used as a peace offering between the Native Americans and early colonists. Their popularity grew exponentially in the 1950’s as they became the token symbol of Western movies, Zorro, and cowboys everywhere.
The Bandanna Company has continued to evolve through the years, with a variety of colors and patterns emerging. From hot pinks to licensed prints, bandannas cover the fashion spectrum. Today, bandannas are as fashionable as they are useful, with a range of uses from campy necessity to decorative headscarf.
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The Bandanna Company’s parent company, Springs creative, is Headquartered in the Knowledge Park district of Rock Hill, SC, Springs Creative is a global leader in innovations in textiles. We are the fulcrum of past and future in the world of textiles.
- Springs seeks what’s next now in the world of fabric, crafts, and finished products.
- We hold creative licenses for a list of world class brands, as well as develop and manage our own.
- Springs Creative offers services spanning the creative and technical side of the supply chain, including sourcing, logistics, digital printing, product design, brand development, marketing, merchandising, and more.
- We maintain a state-of-the-art facility and house truly unique assets in textiles, such as the Baxter Mill Archive.