Bandana - A Place For You (Harriet Tubman II)
Bandana - A Place For You (Harriet Tubman II)
Bandana - A Place For You (Harriet Tubman II)
Bandana - A Place For You (Harriet Tubman II)

Bandana - A Place For You (Harriet Tubman II)

A tribute to Harriet Tubman in partnership with the National Archives Foundation.

Harriet Tubman was an abolitionist, a conductor on the Underground Railroad, a commander of a battalion during the Civil War, a spy, a wife and a woman.

This bandana is inspired by Harriet Tubman and by these quilts and quilt makers. The design features a woman moving silently through a dark forest. The blocks of color are meant to symbolize the blocks used in quilting and also the idea of moving from bondage to freedom. 

The bandana also features Harriet Tubman's last words "I go to prepare a place for you."

- 23" x 23"
- 100% Cotton
- Designed in Washington DC
- Limited edition

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