Purple squiggle non-medical face masks
These fun lines and loops on a Cadbury-purple background.
Fabric masks - the unlikely accessory of 2020! These masks are a comfortable and spirit-lifting alternative to disposable paper masks, as we are encouraged to wear face coverings in public spaces.
*PLEASE NOTE - THESE MASKS ARE NOT MEDICAL GRADE. THEY ARE NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR WASHING HANDS AND ENSURING SOCIAL DISTANCING TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19*
I am making these masks to order. Due to demand and pressure on Royal Mail, please allow up to two weeks for delivery. They are also taking longer than anticipate to make but I promise I’m sewing as fast as I can! ❤️
These fabric face masks are made from high-quality, close woven cotton quilting fabric. The cotton lining makes them gentle against the skin, with side pleats to ensure they fit over the nose and chin. The top edge contains a mouldable metal strip, so after placing on your face, pinch the top of the mask over the bridge of your nose, to ensure a close fit.
The luxury fold over elastic ties soft, and colour coordinated to your fabric. They are left long enough for you to adjust to the desired length to fit your ears, or to tie behind your head. Ear savers are available to improve comfort when wearing. *please note - some masks are pictured without elastic, but will of course include elastic when sent*
Ear savers can be used to help make masks more comfortable when wearing for extended periods of time. Just hook the elastic over the buttons, rather than your ears, and position at the back of your head. I find the nape of the neck most comfortable. Both basic designs (black tape with coloured buttons) and matching designs are available.
It is recommended you wash reusable fabric masks between each use, keep up regular hand washing and observe social distancing guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
HOW THEY'RE MADE
These masks are sewn in my home in Bristol, and every effort to maintain a clean and germ free environment is made. I regularly sanitise my hands and workspace whilst making. The time between sewing and posting masks is a minimum of 48 hours.