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How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Phyllis Strickland
I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

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Re: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Jeanne Moss

I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.

Jeanne Moss



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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

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Re: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Phyllis Strickland

Thanks, that’s excellent advice.  I should have said the article has resources to find places that are asking for them so be sure to check that out.  There is a organization which is coordinating that.

Phyllis


On Mar 22, 2020, at 5:41 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52170h4@.nabble> wrote:


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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.

Jeanne Moss



On Mar 22, 2020, at 4:56 PM, SUDSOL [Phyllis Strickland] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52169h80@.nabble> wrote:


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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

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I just read a post from a nurse who said the cloth masks that people are making from a pattern do not protect people from spreading  or catching the virus.  People should look into this before going to all the work to make them.

Donna

 

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Thanks, that’s excellent advice.  I should have said the article has resources to find places that are asking for them so be sure to check that out.  There is a organization which is coordinating that.

Phyllis

 



On Mar 22, 2020, at 5:41 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52170h4@.nabble> wrote:



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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.

Jeanne Moss

 

 



On Mar 22, 2020, at 4:56 PM, SUDSOL [Phyllis Strickland] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52169h80@.nabble> wrote:



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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

Phyllis strickland


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Re: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Phyllis Strickland

This article is from Forbes a leading business.  They wrote it because hospitals are asking for help.  They tell you who needs them.. Sorry  I should have copied and pasted the article I was just trying not to clog mailboxes.

This is how they use them:
If you think that a handmade mask cannot be used, think again. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a place for them — in times of crisis, like the one we are in right now. On the CDC page: Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of Facemasks, they explain that as a last resort, a homemade mask is acceptable. Frankly, we are at that stage right now. Here’s how they explain it in the Crisis Strategy section, 

I aplogize for posting this.  I won’t do anything like that again

Phyllis Strickland

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I just read a post from a nurse who said the cloth masks that people are making from a pattern do not protect people from spreading or catching the virus. People should look into this before going to all the work to make them.

Donna

 

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Thanks, that’s excellent advice.  I should have said the article has resources to find places that are asking for them so be sure to check that out.  There is a organization which is coordinating that.

Phyllis

 



On Mar 22, 2020, at 5:41 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52170h4@.nabble> wrote:



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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.

Jeanne Moss

 

 



On Mar 22, 2020, at 4:56 PM, SUDSOL [Phyllis Strickland] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52169h80@.nabble> wrote:



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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

Phyllis strickland


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Re: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Cathy Hansen

Phyllis, please don’t be sorry for posting this.  In these times everyone is trying to do what they can to help.

I did a quick search and found several organizations online who are asking for these masks.  They are saying they can be washed and reused — a definite advantage when there’s a shortage of disposable masks.

Thanks for being thoughtful.

Cathy Hansen 

Sent from my iPad

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This article is from Forbes a leading business.  They wrote it because hospitals are asking for help.  They tell you who needs them.. Sorry  I should have copied and pasted the article I was just trying not to clog mailboxes.

This is how they use them:
If you think that a handmade mask cannot be used, think again. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a place for them — in times of crisis, like the one we are in right now. On the CDC page: Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of Facemasks, they explain that as a last resort, a homemade mask is acceptable. Frankly, we are at that stage right now. Here’s how they explain it in the Crisis Strategy section, 

I aplogize for posting this.  I won’t do anything like that again

Phyllis Strickland

Sent from my iPad

On Mar 22, 2020, at 6:09 PM, SUDSOL [donnab07] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52172h66@.nabble> wrote:


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I just read a post from a nurse who said the cloth masks that people are making from a pattern do not protect people from spreading or catching the virus. People should look into this before going to all the work to make them.

Donna

 

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Thanks, that’s excellent advice.  I should have said the article has resources to find places that are asking for them so be sure to check that out.  There is a organization which is coordinating that.

Phyllis

 



On Mar 22, 2020, at 5:41 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52170h4@.nabble> wrote:



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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.

Jeanne Moss

 

 



On Mar 22, 2020, at 4:56 PM, SUDSOL [Phyllis Strickland] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52169h80@.nabble> wrote:



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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

Phyllis strickland


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Maria Pobre

I have read that the medical areas who are asking for these are not using them for themselves, but for patients who may have colds and fever. It frees up the medical masks for those who need them the most.

Happy Stampin’~

Maria Pobre
Guam, USA

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Phyllis, please don’t be sorry for posting this.  In these times everyone is trying to do what they can to help.

I did a quick search and found several organizations online who are asking for these masks.  They are saying they can be washed and reused — a definite advantage when there’s a shortage of disposable masks.

Thanks for being thoughtful.

Cathy Hansen 

Sent from my iPad

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This article is from Forbes a leading business.  They wrote it because hospitals are asking for help.  They tell you who needs them.. Sorry  I should have copied and pasted the article I was just trying not to clog mailboxes.

This is how they use them:
If you think that a handmade mask cannot be used, think again. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a place for them — in times of crisis, like the one we are in right now. On the CDC page: Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of Facemasks, they explain that as a last resort, a homemade mask is acceptable. Frankly, we are at that stage right now. Here’s how they explain it in the Crisis Strategy section, 

I aplogize for posting this.  I won’t do anything like that again

Phyllis Strickland

Sent from my iPad

On Mar 22, 2020, at 6:09 PM, SUDSOL [donnab07] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52172h66@.nabble> wrote:


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I just read a post from a nurse who said the cloth masks that people are making from a pattern do not protect people from spreading or catching the virus. People should look into this before going to all the work to make them.

Donna

 

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Thanks, that’s excellent advice.  I should have said the article has resources to find places that are asking for them so be sure to check that out.  There is a organization which is coordinating that.

Phyllis

 



On Mar 22, 2020, at 5:41 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52170h4@.nabble> wrote:



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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.

Jeanne Moss

 

 



On Mar 22, 2020, at 4:56 PM, SUDSOL [Phyllis Strickland] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n52169h80@.nabble> wrote:



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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

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Re: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

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It’s also my understanding that these masks free up the ones needed to protect from the virus. As in maternity wards or pediatrics, dialysis centers, etc.

Jan Grant
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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.

Jeanne Moss



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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

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RE: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

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Ditto!

Donna

 

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Phyllis, please don’t be sorry for posting this.  In these times everyone is trying to do what they can to help.

 

I did a quick search and found several organizations online who are asking for these masks.  They are saying they can be washed and reused — a definite advantage when there’s a shortage of disposable masks.

 

Thanks for being thoughtful.

 

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This article is from Forbes a leading business.  They wrote it because hospitals are asking for help.  They tell you who needs them.. Sorry  I should have copied and pasted the article I was just trying not to clog mailboxes.

 

This is how they use them:

If you think that a handmade mask cannot be used, think again. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a place for them — in times of crisis, like the one we are in right now. On the CDC page: Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of Facemasks, they explain that as a last resort, a homemade mask is acceptable. Frankly, we are at that stage right now. Here’s how they explain it in the Crisis Strategy section, 

 

I aplogize for posting this.  I won’t do anything like that again

 

Phyllis Strickland

 

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I just read a post from a nurse who said the cloth masks that people are making from a pattern do not protect people from spreading or catching the virus. People should look into this before going to all the work to make them.

Donna

 

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Thanks, that’s excellent advice.  I should have said the article has resources to find places that are asking for them so be sure to check that out.  There is a organization which is coordinating that.

Phyllis

 

 

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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.

Jeanne Moss

 

 

 

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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

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Re: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Diane Clark
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You don't have to apologize to me for an attempt to benefit all of mankind!  Most of us are homebound and have more discretionary time than ever before...Bless YOU, Phyllis.  diane clark


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This article is from Forbes a leading business.  They wrote it because hospitals are asking for help.  They tell you who needs them.. Sorry  I should have copied and pasted the article I was just trying not to clog mailboxes.

This is how they use them:
If you think that a handmade mask cannot be used, think again. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a place for them — in times of crisis, like the one we are in right now. On the CDC page: Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of Facemasks, they explain that as a last resort, a homemade mask is acceptable. Frankly, we are at that stage right now. Here’s how they explain it in the Crisis Strategy section, 

I aplogize for posting this.  I won’t do anything like that again

Phyllis Strickland

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I just read a post from a nurse who said the cloth masks that people are making from a pattern do not protect people from spreading or catching the virus. People should look into this before going to all the work to make them.
Donna
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Thanks, that’s excellent advice.  I should have said the article has resources to find places that are asking for them so be sure to check that out.  There is a organization which is coordinating that.
Phyllis
 


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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.
Jeanne Moss
 
 


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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

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Re: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Kathleen Brandt

Phyllis, you did the right thing. I'm a retired nurse(or and gi) and I am making them. Thank you for sharing

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You don't have to apologize to me for an attempt to benefit all of mankind!  Most of us are homebound and have more discretionary time than ever before...Bless YOU, Phyllis.  diane clark


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This article is from Forbes a leading business.  They wrote it because hospitals are asking for help.  They tell you who needs them.. Sorry  I should have copied and pasted the article I was just trying not to clog mailboxes.

This is how they use them:
If you think that a handmade mask cannot be used, think again. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a place for them — in times of crisis, like the one we are in right now. On the CDC page: Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of Facemasks, they explain that as a last resort, a homemade mask is acceptable. Frankly, we are at that stage right now. Here’s how they explain it in the Crisis Strategy section, 

I aplogize for posting this.  I won’t do anything like that again

Phyllis Strickland

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I just read a post from a nurse who said the cloth masks that people are making from a pattern do not protect people from spreading or catching the virus. People should look into this before going to all the work to make them.
Donna
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Thanks, that’s excellent advice.  I should have said the article has resources to find places that are asking for them so be sure to check that out.  There is a organization which is coordinating that.
Phyllis
 


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I applaud all crafters for wanting to help!  Just be sure you have someplace to take these before you go to all the work.  I’ve heard of many places that can’t use homemade masks.  I’m not saying don’t make them, just be sure you know what you’re going to do with them.
Jeanne Moss
 
 


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I’m not Sure which  Forum applies but thought I would try this one.  I’ve noticed that many stampers also are sewers.  I expect they would be glad to help with the current crisis because I’ve also noticed that stampers tend to be generous and help others, especially demonstrators.  So here is an excellent article from Forbes Which explains how we can help with our sewing skills. Making cards is awesome, too, but this is a concrete way to help if you can

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2020/03/20/calling-all-people-who-sew-and-make-you-can-help-solve-2020-n95-type-mask-shortage/

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Re: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Charlotte Lindmeier
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Yes, this is true.  I am making masks for a hospital but some hospitals won't use them.  I called my sisters that work at the Mayo Clinic and they can't use them.  So I make them for a hospital where the nurses started to make them for their own hospital.  Check with the hospitals because they have patterns out there for what they want.  Also make sure you can get the elastic you need.  I'm at a stand still right now because I don't have anymore elastic.  Can't find the right kind in stock.
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RE: SU!: How we can use our sewing skills to help in this crisis

Lois Folla

I saw on the News today,  Washington State, they are asking for folks to make them.

 

Initially, a company was sending out materials to use, but it got so popular they couldn’t afford it. You may want to find out precisely what they will use before you start making them.

 

 

 

 

 

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Yes, this is true.  I am making masks for a hospital but some hospitals won't use them.  I called my sisters that work at the Mayo Clinic and they can't use them.  So I make them for a hospital where the nurses started to make them for their own hospital.  Check with the hospitals because they have patterns out there for what they want.  Also make sure you can get the elastic you need.  I'm at a stand still right now because I don't have anymore elastic.  Can't find the right kind in stock.

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