In lithuanian language the word "handkerchief" has two different meanings. One is for the well known fabric accessory and the other one for the specific lithuanian diacritical mark (ą, ę, į, ų). This is the reason why the name of the project ends with the symbol "ę" and the pattern of the handkerchief is created using the same letter.
Two different colours are available - black and fluorescent orange.
Inside each handkerchief there is a card with the list of different ways you can use the handkerchief for: to blow your nose, to wave back to someone, to perfume and lose it, to tie up a knot as a reminder, to decorate your jacket pocket, to wipe away the tears, to wrap up some bisquits or to put inside your shoe if it rubs your foot.