Bandeau - Plum/white
Block Print Bandeau
White ink on Plum fabric
It's a face cover, a head wrap, a sweatband, and a head scarf all in one. This bandeau is multi-purpose for personal use long after the pandemic is over. I designed this for comfort as a face cover while I was hiking or walking the dog, when I'm outside and away from people but still feel that I wanted face protection. This bandeau is easy to wear around your neck and pull up and down as needed.
A one-piece bandeau style face mask is comfortable and breathable, ideal for daily wear. A one-size-fits-all design with stretchy and ultra soft fabric makes this face covering versatile for many different face sizes and shapes, fitting most adult and teenage faces (including comfort for men with large beards.)
Hand block printed with my Repeat After Me design. Carved from soft-kut rubber and hand pressed onto this ultra-soft and lightweight plum jersey fabric. This bandeau is hand sewn by me and handprinted by me, using white speedball block print fabric ink.
Measures approximately 8" x 11" flat
Cotton/Spandex blend provides stretch and comfort
Thin fabric can be doubled for extra coverage if needed.
Raw edges with a single serged seam up the back.
Machine wash cold and tumble dry.
**This is not a medical face mask! The CDC currently suggests that using cloth masks such as these can help people who don’t have the virus to protect themselves and others.
This BREATHABLE MASK is made from a Soft Cotton blend that can help BLOCK respiratory droplets. It's designed to be worn over your MOUTH and NOSE.
To add an extra filter layer inside of the cover simply fold the cover over itself, and tuck the filter in between the 2 layers. This doubles the layers of fabric, and also adds the extra filtration of a surgical mask or other filter medium. The block print bandeau is NOT intended to act as a medical device or other medical product, including surgical masks or respirators. No warranties are given that the face covering will prevent infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases. The mask is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter, you should always consult a doctor or other healthcare provider.