OUR FABRIC MASKS

Why Fabric Masks?

Our fabric masks are the result of extensive research, which helped me to come up with three styles/options. All are reusable and all are 100% cotton, hand made in Langley, British Columbia, Canada.

We all know the best masks to wear for protection are the N95 disposable type masks. Let's keep the N95 masks in the hands of our healthcare workers.

Premium Comfort Masks

These masks are made with a new 'comfort fit' adjustable elastic, and softer flexible nose piece. They are made with a front and back layer of tightly woven high cotton/polyester fabric. (Elastic will be either black or white, depending on supply)

I've constructed these lighter masks after feedback and after reviewing specifications for non-medical face masks from the Government of Canada Website. These masks fit within their specifications but have a much more comfortable fit.

Kids Masks

These masks are made with a new 'comfort fit' adjustable elastic, and softer flexible nose piece. They are made with a front and back layer of tightly woven high cotton/polyester fabric. (Elastic will be either black or white, depending on supply) Fits approximately 5-10 years.

I've constructed these lighter masks after feedback and after reviewing specifications for non-medical face masks from the Government of Canada Website. These masks fit within their specifications but have a much more comfortable fit.

Modified Olson Masks

These masks are a bit cooler for summer and composed of a front and back layer of tightly woven cotton fabric. There is also a bendable nose piece to better fit the mask to your face and reduce the gap below your eyes.

I've constructed these lighter masks after feedback and after reviewing specifications for non-medical face masks from the Government of Canada Website. These masks fit within their specifications but are cooler to wear in the hot summer!

2 Layer Modified Olson Masks

Please note: I'm not here to debate whether or not a fabric mask is the right way to go to protect yourself or if you should or shouldn't wear one. I'm just here to try and help out healthcare facilities that may need them in emergencies, and just regular people and businesses who would like one but don't have time or resources to make them on their own.

Thank you for your support and stay safe out there! #shoplocal

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