Little Things Mean A Lot These Days

It’s the little things that make all the difference. We’ve all talked about the major shifts in our lifestyle as a result of the pandemic. But for many of us, living in our pajamas is a real change with less fuss about what to wear therefore, less laundry. Most of all, more time on our […]

Face Masks Continue to Adapt

I’ve been experimenting some and continuing on a learning curve in this whole process of face mask making. Your comments and evaluations on the following research article article are welcome. I refer you to this article that’s well worth reading: https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsnano.0c03252?fbclid=IwAR1WpO46p8GZq1nQbrlGJi0Lp5Jg0jyYc3GjKQhzfmFVcLAvecN_qs4JMsQ “Electrostatic interactions are commonly observed in various natural and synthetic fabrics.(36,37) For instance, polyester woven […]

Covid 19 – More Facemasks!

I’m still making facemasks and my pattern keeps evolving.  The changes I’ve made are mostly to make them closer to a one-size-fits-all. Not being a natural born seamstress, I also want them to be as easy a sew as possible. Although the size of the initial cut of fabric has varied, in the end, the […]