The Keep America Moving Mask | Steele Canvas
Our partner and family-owned and operated textile manufacturer Steele Canvas has converted their cutting and stitching departments into manufacturing lines for protective, denim face masks. For each mask purchased, one is donated to one front line worker. (You also have the option to donate two masks if you’re not in need of one.)
Lingua Franca, a line of sustainably-sourced, fair-trade cashmere sweaters hand-stitched by women in NYC is offering virtual face mask sewing lessons spearheaded by their head designer. In conjunction, they filmed an easy-to-follow YouTube tutorial and created a mask pattern so you can stitch one for yourself, loved ones, or essential workers.
Fleece Face Mask | American Blanket Company
These fleece-based face masks are plush and soft, making them ideal for people with sensitive skin. One face mask will be sent to a medical professional with each purchase.
Wake Up & Fight Mask | Hedley and Bennett
With the help of their apron-production facility, women-owned Hedley and Bennett teamed up with a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at a local children’s hospital to create protective cotton face masks. For every mask purchased, one is donated to a doctor, nurse, grocery store employee, restaurant worker, or first responder on our front lines.
Washable and Reusable Face Masks | Kiya Tomlin
Clothing designer, and friend of the Laundress, Kiya Tomlin halted her spring collection in order to stitch masks for healthcare personnel. They recently paused public sales to ensure they’d have enough supplies for essential workers, and 20% of profits from her line will be donated to help COVID-19 funding through the month of April.
Face Mask Guide | The New York Times
Have some sewing skills? Repurpose old t-shirts, pillow cases, flannel pajamas, or tea towels into a protective face covering with this easy to follow pattern and guide from the New York Times.