**Through April 15, 2021, we will donate a mask to a Berkeley Unified Elementary school of your choice for every mask purchased from our online shop. Just add the name of your chosen school in the "Add A Note" section during checkout. **


We have been busy helping to make face masks for first responders in the Bay Area and wanted to give people the opportunity to help support that effort AND get a cloth face mask for themselves and their loved ones! Our masks are made in the East Bay by studio members and employees and sales help to support Hello Stitch.


Our washable and re-usable masks are made with 2 layers of high quality, densely woven cotton. Elastic loops fit neatly behind the ears for ease of use. At 7.5" x 8.5", this adult-sized mask is large enough to fit over a standard N95 mask, but can also be worn on it's own.


We currently have a few different fabric options to choose from. Single masks are $12 each. Sets of 5 masks are $50, a $10 savings! If you would like a mix of different styles, choose the 5 Mask Mix option and we will send 5 different masks based on our available inventory. (Sorry, we aren't able to include specific fabric options in the 5 Mask Mix!)


If you would like to sew your own mask, we have directions on our blog. We also have pre-cut mask kits available for purchase here


Made with 100% cotton + elastic

*New inventory is added often!

Your order will ship in 2-3 business days by USPS. 


Due to the nature of this product, we cannot exchange or refund purchased masks.

Reversible Cloth Face Mask

  • "The C.D.C. has recommended that all Americans wear cloth masks if they go out in public. This is a shift in federal guidance reflecting new concerns that the coronavirus is being spread by infected people who have no symptoms. Until now, the C.D.C., like the W.H.O., has advised that ordinary people don’t need to wear masks unless they are sick and coughing. Part of the reason was to preserve medical-grade masks for health care workers who desperately need them at a time when they are in continuously short supply. Masks don’t replace hand washing and social distancing." - NY Times 4/4/20