Face Masks Made in Seattle.
We are a Seattle based business and have been under siege of the COVID-19 virus for several weeks now. Medical supplies both personal and professional are running low and we thought that we would make sewn fabric face masks locally to help alleviate the lack of supply. This product is made at The Foundry Print Shop in South Seattle.
This mask is reusable and can be laundered.
There’s a great article on Huffington Post about how to handle your laundry during the COVID-19 outbreak here. It’s important to note that we make no claim that these are certified as a respirator N95. Here is the the most comprehensive article we’ve been able to to find on masks made from alternative materials. We chose 100% cotton tee shirt material and a woven natural fabric because they came at the highest recommendation overall and are both eco friendly.
We offer masks to businesses in bulk and have options to logo them for your staff or customers.
10 unit minimum with no logo $15/each
30 unit minimum with logo $16/each
We have a variety of cord colors available at no additional charge.
If you would like more information or would like to put an order together, please fill out the form below.
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- Material: linen/lyocell blend outer with 100% cotton liner.
- The liner has an opening to add a filter. There is a metal piece in the nose bridge area to customize the fit.
- Masks include a sliding toggle and elastic cord.
- Wash and dry with like colors.
- All sales are final
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The Foundry saved the day ! PPE is really hard to come by right now and they have adjusted their business model to support the community when we need it most . My job falls under emergency response and L&I is requiring some form of cloth face covering. These not only fit the bill but exceeded my expectations in every way. The wire for the nose keeps my safety glasses from fogging up and the cut of the fabric fits my face well. They are clearly made with love and you call feel good supporting a local business. Kara went out of her way to get the masks to me and she deserves everyone’s business .