It took me an hour and it’s a little lopsided... but i sewed my first mask! 🧵if you’re feeling intimidated by this project or confused about which pattern to make, i was right there with you.
if you’re in baltimore and want to sew masks for healthcare providers, head over to @createdomesticity’s website to get all your questions answered! christina has three different patterns posted with details about which hospitals are accepting each pattern. she also has fabric in her online shop. if you can’t afford to purchase fabric, there is donated fabric specifically for masks. if you don’t sew, but would still like to support others who are making, you can donate money for fabric and supplies! ✨
it might take some practice and your first one might not be perfect, but you can do it! this extra layer of protection really is valuable to healthcare providers who are currently being asked to reuse their ppe due to shortages. dm me if you have any questions about making masks and i’ll try my best to help or direct you to someone who can! ❤️ #domesticitymasketeers