Saturday, April 4, 2020

Masks for Covid

So what did you accomplish this week?  Staying at home has been a love hate relationship.  I do love to be home.  But, not 24/7.  Right now we have no choice.  I like many have been making masks for family and friends.  I don't have a whole lot of time to sew because of Smallie ( my grandson I call him my Small Wonder ) living here. We spend a lot of time together.  But, this week I made some masks.  I also made my cat a cat bed.  I worked on organizing some of my stash and trying to pick out more fabrics for the rest of the masks I need to make.  I've made 2 different kinds of masks now.  I also made a jar opener.  A very simple project.
Wednesday I received my very cool t-shirt from the Quilted Cow.  Every Weds night they go live on facebook from their shop and sell fabric, notions, fun little projects.  It's fun to watch. I'm
pretty frugal most weeks.
I hope you are staying safe at home.  Praying for this epidemic to come to an end sooner more than later.  I appreciate all the quilters and sewers that are making masks to donate to all the healthcare workers.  It's amazing how Americans are coming together to help each other.  Back to basics my friends and things that are important.  Family, Friends and Faith.

Jar opener. 

I sent the flags to my dad and the breast cancer one to my sister.  The other two are being
given to a nurse from Brookfield. 

I made this one for Mike.  
Sophia on her new bed. 

This is a mask with the elastic that goes around the ears. 

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