I have now made over 800 masks. I launched my first batch on Easter Weekend and it has been a wild ride since then. I have the burns from the hot iron and the slices from the rotary cutter. Many hours hunched over the sewing machine, adjusting the design, assessing fabric thickness, various tie styles, attempting to settle on a consistent product.
As a society we are all exploring what it is like to wear a mask: emotionally and physically.
If you have a mask that I made, here is a photo demo of how to get this style to sit comfortably and snugly against your face.