Kimberly Harmer lives with her family in Weatherford, Texas. She says she’s been making masks for her family since the beginning of the pandemic and now has a lot of fabric scraps.
“I got online and I started looking at patterns. Because in my mind, I thought, if I have to wear a mask, I want it to be comfortable. I want it to be individualized because I felt like if we could individualize it, it would be a more positive experience. … So when COVID started, my first thing was, OK, I’m going to the material store.”