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Handmade Cotton Face Mask

Connie Brown

$12.00

“Cootie Catcher Face Mask” by quilter Connie Brown of North Carolina.  Connie has been making and donating these masks (160!!) for essential workers, including her husband and his co-workers at the Fedex Express Asheville location and grocery store workers.

  • 2 layers of premium cotton fabric
  • Rubber coated wire for nose piece
  • Spandex/lycra head bands
  • Hand wash with mild soap
  • Made in NC

Description

The cloth face coverings recommended by the CDC are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators.  Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance.

Wash after each use.  Hand wash with mild soap (in the sink like washing your hands), rinse well, reshape and dry flat or hang to dry.

Too big:  tie a knot in the band

Too little:  cut the band and add shoelace type ties

Connie Brown

Be sure to click on the "Gallery" tab to find more information about quilt appraisal services, consultations and special events. I make all kinds of quilted textiles, bed quilts and wall quilts in traditional and contemporary styles. All are one of kind creations whether I use hand sewing skills or a home sew machine.

Description

The cloth face coverings recommended by the CDC are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators.  Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance.

Wash after each use.  Hand wash with mild soap (in the sink like washing your hands), rinse well, reshape and dry flat or hang to dry.

Too big:  tie a knot in the band

Too little:  cut the band and add shoelace type ties

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