Face Mask in All Black. I found the last 3 yards of solid black in the quaint little town of Port Townsend. This is a hand-dyed Batik, slightly thinner fabric that will soften with wash. This listing is for solid black fabric. You can choose to add dots inside or keep it black. All FORM FITTED Masks: *Are made with cotton and both layers of fabric are interfaced for additional built-in filtration. *Offer a pocket to insert a filter, paper towel, shop rag, etc. to add extra filtration. *Are washable! It's best to line dry for the elastic and do NOT use fabric softener. *Have one continuous piece of approx 30 inch elastic to fit any noggin! The top elastic goes on the top angle of your head and the bottom straps tie behind your neck. Keep moving it around until it's comfortable, tie it, and keep it tied even during wash. I am working quickly to make as many masks as possible and please know that the print on your actual mask will vary from the photos. Right now, when lives are at stake, my main priority is to get masks to you and yours. I wish I had some solid prints for you, if that's your jam, but nobody will see the lining unless you reverse the mask...which is totally an option ;) ELASTIC OPTIONS: All elastic options are pictured on the FACE MASK page. If you are unsure of the exact elastic name, feel free to just describe it. Some elastic options may sell out. If so, I will reach out to you with other options. LINING OPTIONS: Choose solid black, one of the ombré dot colors, or any other print you see on the Face Mask page. Stay Safe. Stay Sane. Stay Kind. If you need anything specific, please reach out to me through the website, email me at email@example.com, or DM me on IG @SoBetty.
FACE MASK - Solid Black
Hand wash or machine wash warm or hot. Line dry overnight or tumble dry low.
DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENER. Softener can ruin the elastic.
Once the elastic is tied and knotted firmly, it is recommended to keep it tied even during washing. If elastic slips out of sides, use a safety pin to pull it back through.
If you need to trim the ends of the elastic, use scissors to cut at an angle. Carefully singe the ends of the elastic with a fire flame to keep it from fraying.