Showing posts from August, 2020

Hand Sanitizer

Beside masks, I guess there will be a need for these items too, next month when the kids go back to school. I had a request to make some for my neighbour, a nice change from the extreme sewing lately. To make your own, you can download my free Hand Sanitizer Holder pattern

Face masks

We're 6 months into the pandemic now and still living this “new normal” life.  Things have improved somewhat because we can go out and socialize more, but only with people we choose to be in our “bubble”. Social distancing is still the norm and I'm afraid for quite some time yet. To try and contain a new upswing in the infection spread there is now a mandatory face mask use for indoor public places. School are going to be open again next month and kids will also have to wear masks, starting in grade 4. Needless to say I have been extremely busy sewing. I'm at the point where I have to borrow Malinda's sewing machine for a while so I can bring mine in to have oiled and serviced (it's starting to squeak quite badly, from overuse I'm sure). I've now provided most of the family with masks but I'm getting a little overwhelmed lately with orders from friends of friends, Michelle's clinic clients and just through word of mouth. People seem to like the desig