Double thickness, with a pocket where a filter can be inserted, and nose clip. I've tried multiple times to order masks on line without much success. Sarah S a lady who's donated through the years for Bridge and Beyond made these. She sent 2 for me and 2 for my husband........Thank you Sarah S. These masks are so well made. I had purchased some from a lady in the neighborhood, but they were too big for me, and too small for my husband, no pocket and no nose clip...soooooooooo appreciate having one that will work for us. Dr. Brix indicates social distancing is going to be with us for a while...throughout the summer. So want to be prepared.
Don't know how well you can see this. Remember you can click to enlarge it to see it better. It's a start, a slow one for another afghan. 20 stitches garter, followed by 20 stockinette and back to garter. Once I get a good amount done to have a block (every other), then will switch and do stockinette, then garter and back to stockinette. The 2 small sections at each end are 5 stitches of garter so when the stockinette block is the end block it won't curl. It's not coming a long very quickly, as the brown is hard to work on at night and even during the day we've had so much rain and gloomy days lately, it's not as easy to see. When I put this brown yarn in a project bag I wrote the name Brown Marble...but I'm not sure I like that name. As most of you know, I always name my afghans...suggestions anyone? **Edited to add I got 2 suggestions in the comments thus far, one from Elephant Child who said something about coffee, and one from Ellie Foster suggesting something about chocolate. I'm not a chocolate lover, so decided I'd go with the coffee idea. I recently completed an afghan I named Coffee Latte, a mix of browns and variegated. So settled on Espresso for the name of this afghan. It's not completely solid brown, but very close and is dark...strong, like Espresso. Thanks ladies for the suggestion. AND my knitting would also be something I'm flaunting.
One needs to keep laughing during these strange times. Now I'm not a beer drinker, but could put a Martini in one room, or perhaps
A Manhattan, and or an Old Fashion
Variety is nice, don't you think!