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Cotton Face Mask Kit to Sew - free

**We have gone through our entire supply of surplus fabric and elastic. Thank you to all who have sewn masks for yourselves, your loved ones, and for donation to your community health care systems!  Almost 2,000 mask kits were sent out, thanks to additional fabric donations from Cottonwood Quilt Shop and our fabric rep, Jim Yourinson.  Wishing you good health and as easy a journey as possible through this time!** 
NOTE: If you missed our mask kits, check the links below for homemade fabric masks with a variety of materials.  
The original design we used (with a tie version offered as well)
Surgeon General's no-sew face mask (t-shirt material and rubber bands)
Bandanna Mask (no-sew - bandanna and hair elastics)

We learned about shortages in face masks and how some hospitals are requesting the public to sew cotton face masks as backup.  We looked at the pattern and realized we have a supply of the right fabrics here in our studio - scraps from past Denise2Go sets, or extra fabrics from discontinued Denise2Gos. 

If you, your friends and family, or your community are in need of face masks and you're willing and able to do the sewing, we are offering face mask sewing sets free in conjunction with an order (no additional shipping charge) or alone with a small shipping charge.  Included in each set is the pre-cut pieces for both layers of the mask and two pieces of elastic.  For sewing instructions, watch this video or find written instructions at the bottom of this page.  

Please note that these cotton masks do not offer the same protection as a medical-grade respirator.  Here is information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website:

  • Unlike NIOSH-approved N95s, facemasks are loose-fitting and provide only barrier protection against droplets, including large respiratory particles. No fit testing or seal check is necessary with facemasks. Most facemasks do not effectively filter small particles from the air and do not prevent leakage around the edge of the mask when the user inhales.
  • The role of facemasks is for patient source control, to prevent contamination of the surrounding area when a person coughs or sneezes.  Patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 should wear a facemask until they are isolated in a hospital or at home. The patient does not need to wear a facemask while isolated.

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