Our Rags2Bags Team
Here's how you can make face masks while socially distancing in your own home:
If you have used T-shirts, they are needed to make liners for Face Masks. The T-shirt fabric should be freshly washed and cut into 6" x 9" rectangles and batched into sets of ten. Omit any fabric that has printing on it.
The pick-up / drop-off time and place is:
Here are two videos that will guide you through the mask making process, created by Pam Doffek and Mike Mitchell:
We will distribute
to the agencies who have made requests for thousands of masks, and we'll continue as long as this need exists!
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