*Wear Your Fandom on Your Face*Sarah Woloski Designs
Since all Americans (and most of the world) are now required to wear face masks, let’s make it fun! We have over 40 fabrics to choose from, featuring Star Wars, Disney, Marvel, DC and Harry Potter designs. For every facemask sold, one is donated to a front-line healthcare worker. As of 5/18/20, over 250 face masks have been donated. Teresa Delgado, my mom Norma Heitman, and I have been working together to make this happen.
All face masks are $12 each and include a pipe cleaner for a custom fit around the nose (no foggy glasses!) and a pocket for a filter. All fabric is pre-washed and masks are sewn to order. I customize for adults, children and toddlers, and normally do ties around the head. If elastic is your preference, I have that as well.
Fabric Catalog (Updated 5/18/20)
Click on each picture below or pinch-and-zoom to bring up the larger picture and choose your fabric(s).
How to Order FaceMasks
Please take a look at the catalog and email the following info:
- Fabric Selection and quantity of each selection
- Specify adult or kid size for each selection.
- I usually do ties around the head, but if you’d rather have elastic let me know.
- Your mailing address
We will then send you an invoice with the PayPal email to send payment. Sarah will sew them to order and turnaround time is about 3 days. Shipping is $5 on Domestic orders and includes 1st Class service and USPS Tracking.
I want to extend a huge THANK YOU to those of you who’ve ordered facemasks and also made outright donations since 4/3/20. Because of you, over 360 masks (so far) will be donated to front line healthcare workers.
- Paul Barrie of Window To The Magic
- Eric Walker (Mace Towani in Ewoks: Battle for Endor, All For Sci-Fi)
- Christopher Marino
- Sandra Choute of Fangirls Going Rogue
- Chris Alexander (author, Star Wars Origami)
- Tricia Barr of Fangirls Going Rogue
- Lisa Woloski
- Sue Hicks
- Peter and Norma Heitman
- Connie Shih
- Trisha Muro
If you’re interested in donating either material or money toward facemasks for front line workers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are cloth face masks that are not medical grade. A face mask should be worn whenever you leave your normal self-quarantine area as it may help to reduce the odds of Covid-19 transmission. In no way will wearing these face masks eliminate the need to observe all recommended CDC separation and hygiene protocols.