Sashiko, or little stabs is a decorative embroidery from Japan. Traditionally, it was used to reinforce worn clothing or to repair areas with tears, but now is purely for ornamental purposes. The white pattern against the indigo blue cloth is said to recall snow falling around old farmhouses.
- 1 washable mask shell comes with 3 replaceable N95 comparable filters
- One N95 comparable filter may be used for 3-4 days; dispose of after each use
- Tight-knit polyester outer layer with anti-microbial treatment
- Inner cotton layer to keep skin dry and comfortable
- Fits your face with enough volume to breathe
- Flexible wire nose strip
- Comfortable, adjustable ear loop straps
- Protects the wearer from airborne and liquid particles
- Dispose of filter
- Wash mask shell in warm soapy water
- Blow-dry on high heat or line dry
Since each mask is carefully hand printed for you, there will be variations in printing and longer processing times.
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 Briscoe, Susan. The Ultimate Sashiko Sourcebook: Patterns, Projects, and Inspirations. Davi & Charles Brunel House, Wisconsin. 2005. ISBN 0715318470.