I used quilting cottons for the first batch, then got out the batiks box to make the next set--a suggestion I read due to higher thread count in these fabrics. I also made the inner layer a light color to help distinguish right from wrong side. Some guild members have also included an arrow to indicate the top (nose) edge. Lots of fabric mixing and matching here--gotta keep it interesting! Our guild has now turned in 150 masks that went to our County hospitals. They are aiming for 3000 so we will keep sewing. I had to call in an order to Superbuzzy for more Aurifil thread--I'm always happy to support local quilt shops. Our other local shop is also doing door pickup of supplies.
In between mask pieces I finished the Tea Time charm pack top--trying to work on my March self-challenge to clear out the Hoosier cabinet. I added borders and ordered backing from Superbuzzy which I picked up along with the thread. This will be a little quilt for our grandson arriving sometime in August.
Stay well and don't touch your face! I may make myself a mask to keep from doing just that :)