Handmade face covering from double layered cotton fabrics.
▶ Flat, contoured design handmade from two layers of woven cotton fabric. Some vintage fabrics used. Fits securely over face and nose, reducing fogging from glasses.
▶ Removable metal nose piece inserted into interior nose channel. Side pocket for inserting filter material (optional).
▶ Color: Vintage cotton black with bird of paradise.
S/M is 5.5" from nose bridge to under chin, 8" width, 3.5" side seam.
M/L is 6" from nose bridge to under chin, 9" width, 3.5" side seam.
▶ Elastic ear loops for easy on/off and comfort. Adjustable, if needed, by gently pulling the knotted end of elastic from within the side seam side channels and re-knotting for custom fit.
▶ Buy one, donate one. For each mask purchased, another is donated locally in Austin, TX in partnership with Austin Mask Exchange.
▶ Masks combined with physical distancing and hand washing help prevent people who have COVID-19 from spreading the virus to others. Wearing a mask helps protect people around you, including those at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19. Details at CDC.gov.
▶ Wash before use.
Masks are handmade from pre-washed, pre-shrunk cotton fabrics. Remove nose wire before washing. Hand wash or machine wash on warm or hot cycle. Color safe bleach optional. Air dry or tumble dry low, as to not melt elastic. Iron fabric portion only using cotton setting. Do not iron elastic.
Ashdel is a collection of hand-sewn jewelry and art by Ashley Delose based in Austin, TX.
Vintage and upcycled materials are at the heart of her design process and inspire limited edition collections. Her work is experimental yet grounded in traditional techniques including Japanese braiding, sewing, embroidery, and beading. Working within the constraints of existing materials allows unexpected ideas to flourish. Designs are collaged together and further refined over time to create unique, timeless pieces.
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