Well, 2020 sure is one crazy rollercoaster ride. We had to leave our summer camping holiday early back in January due to bush fires. Packing up our camp site while you could smell the bush fire was not a very pleasant experience. Now we have corona virus, not a very pleasant experience either.
Living in Melbourne, we are back under stage 4 restrictions and wearing a face mask is mandatory when we leave our home.
So yes, I have been sewing up a storm making lots of fabric face masks. Mine are 3 layers, they have a noise wire and adjustable elastic ear loops.
I have two different types, curved or pleated. I love the fit of the curved ones, I am using the Craft Passion pattern, but they fog up my glasses. If I did not have to wear glasses all the time, I would be very happy with these face masks.
I had to find a different style that fogged my glasses less. These pleated (folded) ones do not fog my glasses as much, thankfully. Again, they are 3 layers, with a nose wire and adjustable elastic for the ear loops.
The curved style comes in 4 sizes (2 kids sizes, ladies/teens and mens).
The pleated style comes in 2 different sizes - medium and large.
If you want to order any handmade fabric face masks, head to the Raspberry Rainbow Facebook page for all the info. There are over 150 different fabrics to choose from.
Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Social distance.
Stay safe, peeps. Stay sane.