As more and more businesses are starting to require masks for not only employees but customers, the demand for reusable masks are growing.
For those who find themselves in need of a mask, here are five locally-sourced masks to consider.
Rather than covering your head, this local hat company has gotten into the business of covering faces recently with face masks. Their masks are available in a variety of patterns and sizes. Masks are available for pick up in Shorewood or can be shipped directly. To order email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The company focused on free patterns and tutorials covering a wide range of crafts, features two different mask designs: a “normal” mask and a mask with a pocket and nose wire sleeve that ties around the back of the head rather than having ear loops. Both patterns are free for download.
3. Halo Soap
Although the Milwaukee based company normally sells soap and skincare items, they have since added face masks to their repertoire, featuring a variety of styles, patterns and sizes.
4. Madam Chino
This Milwaukee-based sustainable and eco-friendly clothing company has also pivoted to selling masks during this time. The masks are available in a variety of sizes and patterns and are available for local pickup or delivery.
We may not be able to watch them on TV right now, but we can still show our love for our favorite basketball team – just in a different way. The Bucks are now selling reusable face masks featuring the team logo in adult and youth sizes. All of the sales from the masks will go to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin.