3-layer, non-medical, protective face masks are hand-sewn from two outer layers of upcycled, woven quilter's cotton, with an internal layer of organic cotton jersey.
Elastic straps go around the ears.
Machine washable and reusable (please wash before using).
One size fits most. Due the handmade nature of the these masks, there is some variability in sizing.
Measurements: ~7.5" across top, ~6" across bottom, ~5.25" high at center.
The 3- and 5-packs are pre-packed and will be random, mixed colors.
Discount codes do not apply to masks. This includes rewards coupons (sorry!).
We cannot offer any returns on masks. All sales are final.
Please note that these are non-medical grade masks and should not be used as a substitute for N95 or surgical masks and are not FDA approved.
25% OF YOUR TOTAL MASK PURCHASE will be donated to Detroit-based Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan.Gleaners distributes an average of 100,000 meals per month to five counties in and around Detroit. We considered a number of great causes, but were profoundly struck by the new levels of food insecurity being created by the pandemic. Gleaners has distributed over 35,000 quarantine food boxes to the elderly and has been working to expand access to food during the state of emergency issued in Michigan.
EVERY MASK PURCHASED PROVIDES 10 MEALS TO THOSE IN NEED.
Why we like these masks
Made from the recommended fabric for non-medical, protective masks. A recent study found that two layers of a woven fabric, like quilter's cotton, offers more protection than typical knit fabrics. These masks have those two layers (front and back), with an internal layer of organic cotton jersey for added protection.
The most environmentally friendly masks we could find. They're made from "upcycled" quilter's cotton sourced from high-quality remnants that normally become waste from large fabric mills. Not only do they allow effective reuse that prevents waste, they create almost no additional waste from production.
They are providing much needed jobs. They are hand made by home sewers in Cambodia. These sewers have been struggling due to reduced orders in the garment industry from COVID-19. In Cambodia, the garment industry is practically collapsing, and these workers have few income options. We're happy we could find a way to support them.