2020-2021 Masks

First mask was made by my friend Diane, who used some material from a quilt she had made us.  This was in winter 2020.
First mask was made by my friend Diane, who used some material from a quilt she had made us. This was in winter 2020.
Lighter ones for Spring, again made by Diane.
Lighter ones for Spring, again made by Diane.
First ones I made, using a pre-made elastic that can be adjusted.  This was for 4th of July!
First ones I made, using a pre-made elastic that can be adjusted. This was for 4th of July!
Back to School!
Back to School!
Me with 4th of July and hair staring to get very shaggy!
Me with 4th of July and hair staring to get very shaggy!
Fall and Halloween Masks
Fall and Halloween Masks
Fall and my longer hair.
Fall and my longer hair.
Thanksgiving and Christmas
Thanksgiving and Christmas
Thanksgiving with band keeping hair out my face.
Thanksgiving with band keeping hair out my face.
RED Christmas Mask.  Christmas masks were made from Left-over quilting material mu sister Margaret sent.
RED Christmas Mask. Christmas masks were made from Left-over quilting material mu sister Margaret sent.
January and February 2021 Masks.  Did seem like it would never end.
January and February 2021 Masks. Did seem like it would never end.
Tie Dye seemed appropriate after 1 year!
Tie Dye seemed appropriate after 1 year!
Valentine's Day Mask.
Valentine's Day Mask.
St. Patrick's Day, Easter, and for Megan a special one with Eagles on it, which are her school's mascot!
St. Patrick's Day, Easter, and for Megan a special one with Eagles on it, which are her school's mascot!

To maintain my sanity during the horrible 2020-2021 Covid fiasco, I took to making masks, both for myself (Dave just wore a surgical mask) and for Megan and her Educational Assistant to wear over their N-95 Masks.   I hit upon seasonal themes to make them varied.  Ended up making extra for some of Megan's students and other teachers.