Who knew practical, hand-made masks could be beautiful?

… Beautiful in their construction
Breathable protective barriers:

Our masks use 2 layers of tightly woven quilter’s cotton, inner layers by request

Vibrant personality:

Adding choice & colorful patterns helps life feel a little more ‘normal’ right now

Full under-the-chin coverage:

Our pleated, surgical style design covers your nose, mouth, and chin

Fog-free living:

Our re-shapeable nose piece keeps your mask secure and your eyewear fog-free

Easy ears:

Custom-fit ties give your ears a break from tight elastic ear bands

Community safety:

If everyone wears a mask, together we could turn this pandemic into isolated incidents

… And Beautiful in their impact
Everybody needs a mask, but we all have different amounts we can pay for one.

Your Purchase of a Jane Michael mask helps us partner with and provide masks free of charge for organizations serving:

  • Homeless youth
  • Abortion clinics
  • Native American Populations
  • Immigrants and asylum seekers
Remember, not all of our neighbors can wear what we can.
  • People of color don’t have the privilege to wear a bandana “bandit style”
  • Some trauma survivors report severe anxiety when wearing regular surgical masks, which remind them of their medical condition, past natural disasters, or even war years ago
Learn about our suppliers:
  • Non-woven polypropylenecanvas ETC, a Minority Woman-owned Business
  • Cotton/Poly blend bias tapeDove Originals Trim, a family owned and operated business. To help the mask-making effort, they are constantly resupplying their inventory of and prioritizing all orders for bias tape, elastic, twill tape.
  • Premium Quilter’s CottonHawthorne Supply Co. is a husband and wife team based in Red Hook, NY. Out of all the online fabric suppliers I purchase from (a lot!) Hawthorne Supply has the fastest turnaround, often shipping orders the same day they are placed.

I’m Jane Michael and I believe every body should have a fun, comfortable mask, regardless of their ability to pay. From the beginning, I knew I wanted to help make wearing masks as easy as possible for any population. That means making them comfortable, fun, and sometimes it also means making them F-R-E-E.

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