This double-layered face mask is patterned in colorful tie-dyed butterflies and topped with adjustable ear loops made to stay put! Made with a filter pocket, and a moldable nose piece for the perfect fit. The headband is handmade from cotton, with elastic and topped with buttons on each end for looping a mask's ear loops through -- keeping your ears comfortable and reducing any irritation from wearing a mask for an extended time.
- Headband: Cotton, elastic, & wood/shell buttons
Mask: Cotton & elastic
- One size fits most
- Elastic ear loops
- Double layer
- Moldable nose wire
- Filter pocket; filters not included
- Machine wash, line dry
- Headband: 10.5" L x 2.75" W (26.6 x 7 cm)
Face Mask: 9" L x 5" H at center (22.8 x 12.7 cm)
- Handmade in & fairly-traded from India
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Per CDC recommendations, face coverings like this one are intended for personal use in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies).
Sarc is an artisan group in Jaipur, India that has been established for more than 23 years. The group employs people in multiple villages and helps them build sustainable incomes for their families and their futures. By working within the community, this group helps each artisan with their personal goals, like sending their children to good schools.
This artisan group also helps preserve the practices and traditional skills found throughout the participating villages and gives those skills new life in each textile created. Each article of clothing this group creates is a unique work of art produced by the skilled handiwork of multiple artisans.
It really does take a village to contribute to each item’s beauty. Every step in the process—from making the fabric, stitching it together, adding embroidery, dyeing the fabric and applying any number of unique prints and designs—highlights the skills and beautiful traditions found throughout the 25+ villages involved.