Face Masks

Sam & Nala, "Tropical Punch" Cotton Face Mask

This refreshing and cheery fabric will have you reminiscing about your childhood days when all it took was an icy pink glass of a cold drink to turn around an afternoon.

This fabric was woven in San Marcos La Laguna, which is a village on the western shore of Lake Atitlán. It is a small village of 2200 inhabitants with Kaqchikel-speaking indigenous Mayans as the majority of the population. The local Mayan weavers are famous for their brightly colored fabrics.

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These richly colored face masks begin their journey as new fabric hand woven by members of a women’s cooperative in the Guatemalan highlands. We work with these artisan weavers to bring their art and rich imagery to the fabrics we use. Custom fabrics are then sent on to a small family-run sewing shop outside Chichicastenango, Guatemala, where they cut, fold and sew to transform the material into a vivid, functional mask for you to wear. By setting their own wages and prices, weavers and sewers have the opportunity to express their creativity while carrying on the tradition of weaving and earning a fair wage.


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