Cotton Knit Face Mask - Eagle Charcoal

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Discounts to be applied to your TOTAL order as follows:

TOTAL ORDER DISCOUNT
$501-1,000 5%
$1,001+ 10%

Let's be honest, no one loves to wear a mask! At Maker House we worked hard to offer you a simple and beautiful mask that is easily adjustable, and made in Canada.

This mask has a cotton knit outer layer with 100% cotton liner and elastic ear loops, and is available in Adult or Child sizes.

The beautiful Eagle design is by Nuxalk & Nuu-Chah-Nulth artist Kelly Robinson. Kelly Robinson was born in Nanaimo, British Columbia. His roots and family origin are in Bella Coola, BC with descendants from both the Nuxalk and Nuu-chah-nulth nations. He was exposed to First Nations artwork from an early age and was always interesting in learning and refining the art — specifically the unique design forms of the Nuxalk. Under the guidance of his uncle, noted master carver, Alvin Mack, Kelly has developed his own techniques in creation of two and three dimensional art forms. 

The WHO and CDC recommend wearing a cloth face mask to blunt the spread of covid 19 by capturing and reducing droplets that become airbourne when talking, sneezing or coughing. Our best protection to keep safe and healthy is to not touch our faces, frequent hand washing and social distancing. When wearing this cloth mask be sure to:

- Wash hands before placing mask on face.

- To remove, pull on the elastic behind one ear and "peel" off across your face. If you can't wash it right away, place mask in an area that can be sanitized after.

- Wash mask in soap and warm water, hang to dry.

- Wash and sanitize your hands after touching or removing your worn mask, before washing it.

All face masks sold at Maker House are Final Sale and not returnable.
Made by Panabo in Vancouver, BC
With every purchase we make a donation to #CraftChange.


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