Amanda Quivey Designs is dedicated to providing you with stylish, comfortable, and durable cloth masks.
Amanda is a professional costume designer with more than a decade of experience
in creating, building, and perfecting costumes for the stage.
Total Masks Delivered: 856
All masks are made with two layers of tightly woven, 100% cotton fabric
Masks have been carefully designed to strike a balance between comfort, coverage, and style
Elastic ear bands are sewn with reinforced stitching for extra strength
Entire mask is top stitched for crisp edges and durability
Optional nose wire is two strands of 22-24 gauge powder coated wire for a firm but comfortable fit
If you would like to further support the effort to provide masks for healthcare workers, first responders, assisted living facilities, homeless shelters, and other groups in need, please visit Masks for Covid at https://masksforcovid.com/
You can donate or volunteer to help!
Looking for more information?
Below are resources and tips for effectively wearing a cloth face covering
Find the official CDC recommendations and guidelines regarding cloth face coverings here:
Curious how to strike a balance between comfort/breathability and effectiveness? Make sure you read all the way to the end!
Want to add a little more protection?
Check out our filter media insert pack here!
Or DIY - Insert a folded paper towel (2 layers) or blue automotive towel into your mask using the provided opening. Other materials: dish cloth, flannel blanket (cut into square), coffee filter. Do NOT use anything that wasn't designed to be breathed - vacuum cleaner bags, air conditioner filters - they contain harmful fibers (like glass) that you could inhale.
Adjusting mask fit
Ideally your mask should be tight across your face and cheeks, with minimal gapping around the edges
Add a wire to the top fold of the pocket opening to allow a closer fit around your nose - twisty tie, paper clips, hardware wire all work well. You can place the wire and set the fold shut if you would like a more permanent fix
Elastic too big? Try making a knot to make the loops a little smaller
Elastic irritating your skin? Make an easy adjustment with a piece of ribbon or cloth and two buttons or use a paper clip
A peek into the studio!