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My immigrant great-great-grandmother Jennie Zuidweg knitted socks for the military during WWI.

Like her we can help by sewing masks for healthcare workers and first responders. My son is a manager for Providence, the third largest healthcare system in the United States. They have issued a challenge: they need 100 million masks and want us to make them.

Providence 100 Million Masks

I actually got this idea from José on his blog at How to Make Face Masks. I tried to reblog his post, but it didn’t work for some reason. So I wrote my own.

If you make masks for Providence you can pick up kits to make 100 masks. Providence is located in California, Washington, Oregon, and Montana. Some of these other ideas require you already having or else obtaining the supplies. I saw a friend chatting on Facebook about needing elastic, although she had the fabric.

We’re all in this together!

Stay safe, my friends. XOXO

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