The problem with sewing is that it becomes an addictive obsession of collecting fabrics, tools, etc.! Before getting into this, I had never even ventured inside a Joann’s Fabrics or Hobby Lobby, and the mere process of taking a bolt of fabric to the cutting counter was intimidating. Walmart and Michael’s are where I started to gather supplies, and from there it went to online sources and beyond. It’s also addictive to watch tutorials, which of course in turn feed into the “purchasing more stuff” addiction. Fortunately, I can rationalize that all of the time and money invested are going to good causes!!
It’s somewhat embarrassing to post this, but transparency is good, and perhaps folks will get a much-needed laugh out of my three earliest “creations”! Continue reading “Humble Beginnings!”
The “Philadelphia Eagles Football Masks Project”!
A friend of mine from New Jersey, who had been watching my Facebook posts about mask-making Continue reading “The “Philadelphia Eagles Football Masks Project”!”
Donating a Batch of Masks
Most of my first batch of masks was taken to the Salvation Army’s House of Hope in downtown Fort Myers, Florida Continue reading “Donating a Batch of Masks”
Building a Mask
Here’s a few snapshots of what goes on behind the scenes! Continue reading “Building a Mask”