I create, and I have been creating for decades. I love making things that make the world a brighter and more beautiful place. Whether I am cozying up to one of my looms, hanging out with a crochet hook or making masks, there’s rarely a day that goes by that I do not create, make and share.
In March of 2020, Covid-19 rocked the world and everything changed overnight. I was not a sewer, but I knew we would need masks. So I read, I researched, I made. My first masks were really terrible, just embarrassing, but after some time and practice, I had finally made a mask that worked!
Once I got the “making” part done, it was time to add my own flair. My masks are made with dye sublimation, a very cool hobby that uses science to permanently dye fabric, which means I can print anything on my masks. Fully custom. Give me your ideas.
I am selling my masks because my youngest, Abby, was diagnosed with scoliosis and, later, cerebral palsy and there are some pretty insane expenses that go along with that. My hope is that selling my masks makes sure that Abby gets the best care possible, and that I might make our Covid-19 time a little more bearable with fun designs and comfortable masks.
Quality. Value. Comfort.
Sizing Guides are below. The most common size is Large
- XS-For toddlers ages 2-4
- S-For children aged 5-8
- Medium-For children aged 9-12
Doge4Masks is a project to send masks to Bean’s Cafe, a shelter and kitchen in Alaska! If you’d like to contribute, feel free to send Doge to:
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