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Kumquat Silk Reusable Face Mask
The masks are designed and crafted the Kaarem way, with keen attention to construction, sustainability (remnant fabric is used) and handcrafted quality. Here are some key features:
- For the silk face masks, we cut by hand and carefully hand-basted a 3rd layer of organic cotton in between the outer and lining layers.
- The pattern has a small dart on both sides of the nose for a closer fit to the face. It is designed to fit high on the nose, and to fit underneath the chin.
- We made our own ear loops out of 4-way stretch jersey that was sewn inside out so that the softer fabric touches the skin.
These are non-medical, reusable masks. It is NOT meant to be a substitute for medical-grade equipment or FDA approved.
**Face masks are FINAL SALE. Promo codes cannot be used on masks.**
Thank you for your support - your purchase will help us to continue to run our production studio in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
From mid-March to August 2020, we dedicated our entire production team to make personal protective equipment (PPE) supplies and donated masks to various hospitals through Masks for Heroes and direct requests from healthcare clinics. We now continue to dedicate a part of our team focused on this effort to produce and donate more PPE to healthcare workers. With every mask purchased, we donate a mask. Donation requests can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outer: 100% Silk
Middle: 100% Organic Cotton
Lining: 100% Silk
Only Medium and Large sizes are available. Medium should fit most faces.
9.5 cm (top) x 10 cm (bottom) x 15 cm (h)
10.5 cm (top) x 11.5 cm (bottom) x 17 cm (h)
and with elastic ear loops
Wash after single use. Hand wash and hang air dry recommended. Or machine wash.
Each garment is designed and produced in our studio in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Features a handcrafted blind stitch at its openings. Details and variations in these natural fibers make this garment entirely unique.
We created a tutorial on how to make a 2-layer mask by hand (no sewing machine required) using Kaarem techniques.
Patterns are available for download.
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