Making masks for the Trust

Young Ambassador Megan is putting her sewing skills to great use and raising funds for the Trust by making face masks.

There is a wide selection of designs on offer. Each mask is hand made from 2 layers of 100% cotton fabric. The masks can be machine washed but not  tumble-dryed. Each mask is £3 plus £1 for first class postage.

Some masks have adjustable elastic straps and all have a nose bridge.

I am delighted to be a young ambassador for the Cameron Bespolka Trust and have decided to create and sell these face masks to raise money for such an amazing organisation.

Megan

If you would like to purchase a mask please visit Megan's website for more details:

More details

 

There are a wide range of designs available


 

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