3D Face Covering Fabric Galleries
See our selection of fabrics broken down into smaller groupings …
1. Kid’s (and Small) Only
Because we are experiencing difficulty keeping kid’s fabrics in stock (and current shortages of fabric in general) we are offering the following fabrics in children’s sizes only for now. If you see a pattern in this gallery, it is limited to child and/or small sizes.
2. Other Prints
The following prints are available in both children’s and adult sizes.
Most of our solid fabrics, including those we use as liners for all of our 3D Face Coverings, are Robert Kaufman Kona Solids. This fabric is the only quilting solid to come with the assurance of Oeko-tex certification, which certifies that no harmful chemicals were used in the production, processing or finishing of these goods.
4. Tonal & Grunge
Batik fabrics are hand-dyed in Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, India, China, and Africa. The cloth is washed, soaked and beaten with a large mallet. Patterns are drawn with pencil and later redrawn using hot wax, usually made from a mixture of paraffin or beeswax and sometimes mixed with plant resins, which function as a dye-resist. When the cloth is dyed, areas treated with resist keep their original colour. This process is repeated as many times as the number of colours desired. The fabric is then cured in the sun. After the cloth is dry, the resist is removed by boiling or scraping the cloth.