I’ve been sewing and donating these cotton fabric face masks to a few local organizations, and people seem to like them. Now I am making them available here in small batches.
The fabric designs on the front of these masks will vary. They come from my stash of mostly designer quilting cottons, though there are a few other styles in there sometimes. I can keep the cost of these masks relatively low if I don’t have to photograph each one. I’ve included some examples of the styles of fabrics I am using in the gallery, though I have many more than those pictured. You may specify some preferences in the order notes, and I will do my best to choose fabrics in the styles and colors you choose. Just please be aware that stock is limited and there are no guarantees.
On the other hand, if you really don’t care what your mask looks like, you can get a nice deal. Choose the GRAB BAG option (it’s only listed if I have masks in stock), and I will choose a mask randomly for you.
All masks are roughly 12 inches long from “ear” to “ear” when the 1/8-inch elastic is unstretched, though this may vary as much as an inch (smaller or larger). Linings are made from a layer of soft cotton (usually flannel), so they’re nice and comfortable against the skin.
All sales are final on these masks, so if you are not OK with a little bit of mystery, this might not be the best purchase for you.
The masks are machine washable.
These are not medical-grade or N95 masks! They are double-layer cotton masks for personal use when out and about, doing your food shopping, picking up curbside take-out, or performing your essential job outside of the home.
Please allow up to a week for me to sew any backordered masks (though it will probably be sooner).
Want to make your own? This is the tutorial I learned from.
TIP: Masks are supposed to fit snugly. If yours does not, or if it fits too snugly behind the ears, you might like to try one of these hacks to make your mask fit more comfortably.