Handkerchief (small)

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Why we chose The Chief Project?
  • Locally¬†made in¬†Hong Kong¬†-¬†support local!¬†
  • Cute pattern designs
  • Upcycles excess textile factory waste from the global fashion industry by turning them into reuseable daily products to replace single-use disposables¬†
  • Reduce waste by (upcycling) waste - the best low waste approach to sustainability in our opinion ūüėČ
  • Employs workers from the local community, such as housewives with sewing skills who are looking to work again in Hong Kong

Product Highlights 
  • Stay classy! Be nice to your sniffly nose with these super soft hankies... (no itchy red noses during allergies and colds)
  • Travel and on-the-go friendly: lightweight and small to fit into your pocket!¬†
  • Use for local bakery goods, e.g buying your bo lo baau in a pretty hanky instead of a disposable plastic bag
  • Reduces disposable tissue waste just like how our grandparents did with their hankies.
  • Reuseable and washable. Save money from buying tissue packets when you're out and about.¬†
  • 100%¬†cotton from excess textile factory waste in the fashion industry. Sewn by the local community.¬†


3 pieces of 10" x 10" handkerchieves per box. Note: Each handkerchief is of a different pattern per box.

Use and Care

How to use

  • Use for wiping your hands or blowing your nose into. Some of us here gets a bit peckish and use it for buying our favourite Bo Lo Baau from the local bakery! (We get weird looks... but we saved on plastic baggies.)
  • Use for wrapping your tupperware or tiffin boxes bento style! Have your sweet potato lunch like the anime character that you've always wanted to be...¬†

Handkerchief Care instructions are printed on the paper sleeve.


Three 10x10" handkerchieves per paper sleeve. 


Upcycled 100% cotton woven textile cloth.

  • Compost or recycle the paper sleeve in the public paper recycling bins, or to¬†Waste No Mall¬†and¬†Go Green SYP¬†drop off points.¬†
  • Compost the cloth when it wears out. Alternatively, use the worn out handkerchief as 'cleaning rags', plant supports, or for upcycled projects such as dog chew toys!¬†