About Flatten the Curve Masks
Let’s make a difference together - while apart!
This weekend we had an idea that would help solve two problems.
However, most of our seamstresses have professional-grade sewing machines at home. While it’s not feasible for them to continue working on large production runs (like, say, the Princess Awesome spring line) from their individual homes, they can definitely work on small projects - like surgical masks.
Here’s our idea: Make masks! Our factory workers can produce surgical masks at home. Then we can alleviate the problems in two ways:
Solution 1) Create needed protective gear for our heroic health care workers and individuals who need them.
Solution 2) Create work and paychecks for the workers at the Chicago factory.
Sew Precise's owner and manager, Selvana Ashak, is coordinating the home production of surgical masks, and deliver them to medical facilities or ship them to individuals.