The masks are three layers of pre-shrunk, 100% cotton with the middle layer being a cotton flannel. The ear elastics are adjustable and I can add a nose wire for those that wear glasses.
I will be donating $5 from each mask to Atira's Enterprising Women Making Art (EWMA) program towards sewing equipment and supplies.
EWMA was launched in 2003 as a development initiative of Atira Women’s Resource Society. It has focused on supporting women in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside to work together to develop an alternative form of business or employment that is grounded in their needs and realities.
The program is a self employment initiative for women impacted by violence who face significant barriers to traditional employment and who seek safe, income-generating opportunities free from exploitation, abuse or other vulnerabilities.
Jack Face Mask
Wash the mask after every use, with a regular detergent in warm water. The mask is also dryer safe.