Saturday, April 11, 2020

Making Face Masks


I started making face masks to donate to my daughter-in-law's hospital in New London, CT. Now making for friends and family. And just listed some on my Etsy shop and they're selling like hotcakes. If you have time, and a fabric stash (duh and duh!) consider selling some on Etsy.
This pretty fabric was designed by Jennifer Paganelli who lives in CT. I think it's a good choice for a mask because it's good quality fabric, and the color is like rosy cheeks.



1 comment:

JustGail said...

I made a few for DH, DS & his girlfriend and now got a couple of other requests. Eeek - I'm not sure I want to get into this being full time :-/ Selfish part of me says this is not how I want to spend my time, yet the more people get masks, the better for all.

I took a peak at your listing, and others - prices are all over the place. How did you decide how much to charge? Right now not a big issue as I'm using a twin size bedsheet set that I have no twin size bed for, but if I need to start buying fabric....