Like so many of us that are able to sew I have been making face masks for my daughter. She works in a rehab facility and they ran out of face masks. The first week I made 10 for her. Six of them were florals, which she picked up the first day. She mentioned several of her male workers wished they had some manly ones, the the last four were made from some Star Wars fabric I had stashed away.
She sent me this picture of them with their new masks. I have continued to make a few more. Here in California we have been instructed to now wear masks if we must go out and to limit it to only absolute necessary trips. So I made a few more for my daughter and ourselves.
When I made the ones for my daughter she requested a pocket to put a filter in.
Elastic is no longer available so I ended up using large thick hair bands. They work really well. These additional four were made are as much neutral gender fabric I could find in my stash.
Ginger our Yorkshire Terrior our only pet unlike my daughter with multiples has felt a bit left out of the blog thing lately. She thinks she is quite the hunter and showed off for a photo of her latest stuffed toy kill. Our house is littered with her stuffed toys which she races around the house with showing us what a good varmit hunter she is.
My daughter said her husband was complaining about their TV reception the other day. She didn't think about it much but one afternoon while out side she discovered the possible reason for the issue. Time to clip the wings on those peacocks before he rings their necks.