I am back to making masks.
In April, when the CDC announced that masks were a good idea, after all, probably, my younger daughter and I went full-on Little Women, stitching supplies for the beleaguered Union troops. Our first masks were made of whatever fabric bits we could scrounge around the house: bandanas, Japanese gift cloths, a few disastrous efforts involving tea towels.
Some of our early attempts were less than expert. We call this one “Loving Hands, Made at Home,” after a favorite…Read more