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04.05.2020 Journal

Ever since the Coronavirus has run rampant, keeping us in our homes and changing everything about the way we used to live, I have been teaching free recycling ideas for all your old clothing.  You can tune in to my facebook page each weekday at 11am EST and learn a fun way to turn old clothing into something cool and new – and utilitarian.

Tomorrow morning’s class is all about how to make your own face mask out of materials you likely have kicking around your house.  

If you want to follow along and do the process as we go, you can gather the following tools and materials to have at your fingertips.

We ALL should be wearing masks whenever we are inpublic.  I posted a short video righthere on my blog a few days ago about the active role very simple masks areplaying in the Czech Republic as they flatten the curve.  The added benefit to wearing a mask in publicI have found is bringing clear awareness to how much we touch our faces. If youwear a mask, it is harder to get what could be toxic germs on your face.  So, as was stated in the short video I postedon April 1, I protect you.  You protectme.  You ready?  Cause I don’t know about you but I am readyto kick the Coronavirus’ ass into submission. You with me? – Wear A Mask – Ok?

You will need the following discarded clothing items:

·     A man’s dress shirt (preferably cotton).  If you do not have one, you can use anythingthat is made of similar fabric (pillow cases, some women’s shirts, kitchentowel).

·     A stretchy cami – (you know the kind with thebuilt in bra?) Or a pair of leggings

You will also need:

·     a pair of scissors that can cut fabric, or, evenbetter - a rotary cutter, pad, and ruler

·     A sewing machine OR a hand sewing needle andthread

·     Straight pins

·     An iron is handy but unnecessary.

 

P.S. If you are totally not into making your own mask orneed masks sent to loved ones, there are some listed in my shop.

04.05.2020 Journal

Ever since the Coronavirus has run rampant, keeping us in our homes and changing everything about the way we used to live, I have been teaching free recycling ideas for all your old clothing.  You can tune in to my facebook page each weekday at 11am EST and learn a fun way to turn old clothing into something cool and new – and utilitarian.

Tomorrow morning’s class is all about how to make your own face mask out of materials you likely have kicking around your house.  

If you want to follow along and do the process as we go, you can gather the following tools and materials to have at your fingertips.

We ALL should be wearing masks whenever we are inpublic.  I posted a short video righthere on my blog a few days ago about the active role very simple masks areplaying in the Czech Republic as they flatten the curve.  The added benefit to wearing a mask in publicI have found is bringing clear awareness to how much we touch our faces. If youwear a mask, it is harder to get what could be toxic germs on your face.  So, as was stated in the short video I postedon April 1, I protect you.  You protectme.  You ready?  Cause I don’t know about you but I am readyto kick the Coronavirus’ ass into submission. You with me? – Wear A Mask – Ok?

You will need the following discarded clothing items:

·     A man’s dress shirt (preferably cotton).  If you do not have one, you can use anythingthat is made of similar fabric (pillow cases, some women’s shirts, kitchentowel).

·     A stretchy cami – (you know the kind with thebuilt in bra?) Or a pair of leggings

You will also need:

·     a pair of scissors that can cut fabric, or, evenbetter - a rotary cutter, pad, and ruler

·     A sewing machine OR a hand sewing needle andthread

·     Straight pins

·     An iron is handy but unnecessary.

 

P.S. If you are totally not into making your own mask orneed masks sent to loved ones, there are some listed in my shop.

04.05.2020 Journal

Ever since the Coronavirus has run rampant, keeping us in our homes and changing everything about the way we used to live, I have been teaching free recycling ideas for all your old clothing.  You can tune in to my facebook page each weekday at 11am EST and learn a fun way to turn old clothing into something cool and new – and utilitarian.

Tomorrow morning’s class is all about how to make your own face mask out of materials you likely have kicking around your house.  

If you want to follow along and do the process as we go, you can gather the following tools and materials to have at your fingertips.

We ALL should be wearing masks whenever we are inpublic.  I posted a short video righthere on my blog a few days ago about the active role very simple masks areplaying in the Czech Republic as they flatten the curve.  The added benefit to wearing a mask in publicI have found is bringing clear awareness to how much we touch our faces. If youwear a mask, it is harder to get what could be toxic germs on your face.  So, as was stated in the short video I postedon April 1, I protect you.  You protectme.  You ready?  Cause I don’t know about you but I am readyto kick the Coronavirus’ ass into submission. You with me? – Wear A Mask – Ok?

You will need the following discarded clothing items:

·     A man’s dress shirt (preferably cotton).  If you do not have one, you can use anythingthat is made of similar fabric (pillow cases, some women’s shirts, kitchentowel).

·     A stretchy cami – (you know the kind with thebuilt in bra?) Or a pair of leggings

You will also need:

·     a pair of scissors that can cut fabric, or, evenbetter - a rotary cutter, pad, and ruler

·     A sewing machine OR a hand sewing needle andthread

·     Straight pins

·     An iron is handy but unnecessary.

 

P.S. If you are totally not into making your own mask orneed masks sent to loved ones, there are some listed in my shop.

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