#MellyMasks-Buy One, Give one.

#MellyMasks are made using the Nurse Made pattern, with the benefit being that it can be worn over the N95 mask, extending its use. They are made using two layers of quality quilter’s cotton and can be washed and dried. 

There are several ways to purchase or donate masks. 

I am offering masks for sale through my Etsy shop! When you purchase an individual #MellyMask through my Etsy, you are purchasing two masks, one for yourself, and one that I will give away to local essential workers. Check my artist insta to see the giveaways! Right now, my Etsy contains masks made of my own fabric lines, Meadowlark by Windham Fabrics and Florabunda! by RJR fabrics.  

Monetary donations to my Go Fund Me will help me to make, ship and give masks to medical workers, bus drivers, park workers and grocery store employees. My current goal is to get 12-24 masks into the hands of my previous employer (I was let go, but hope to get called back after all this is over). Please consider donating in support of this next push to mask my local peeps! 

It thrills me to be able to give masks to essential workers, I am thankful for your help and support. Being able to stay centered in gratitude, while giving thanks, one mask at a time, is a beautiful thing! 

If you are willing, please help me replenish my art supplies through my Amazon Wishlist.



2 thoughts on “#MellyMasks-Buy One, Give one.

  1. Melanie, your masks look so fun & festive! What is that machine you are using at the beginning of your video–it looks like it folds & presses fabric to make the straps for the masks? Good luck with your project!


    1. Hi Traci! Thanks for the comment. That is a Simplicity Bias Press. They don’t make it anymore. If you find a working one on eBay, BUY IT. 🖤


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