80 mobilized volunteers have cut and sewn more than 2,100 masks for Dayton


Can you sew? Help make masks for frontline workers, volunteer on our Mask Up Dayton project.
PLEASE COMPLETE THE VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION FORM 
KITS
More kits will be available starting Tuesday, April 7.
You’ll be able to pick up a kit at the Front Desk of the
Goodwill Easter Seals 
660 S. Main Street

The Front Desk is
open from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. M-F
You’ll be asked for your name, email and/or phone number.
Each kit will contain the supplies
to make at least 10 masks.

If you are a fast sewist and want a larger kit, please contact us via email DaytonSewing@gmail.com and
we’ll try to make that happen.
DROP OFF COMPLETED MASKS
Effective immediately please resume bringing the complete masks to the

Goodwill Easter Seals 
660 S. Main St.
Dayton 45402.


Please bring them to the Front Desk; come the parking lot side of the building (opposite from street side). The Front Desk is open from 8 - 4:30 p.m. M-F.
Please do not leave anything at the Donation Center as it is closed.
The masks should be in a plastic bag that can be sealed or tied.
FABRIC DONATIONS
We will resume accepting donations of 100% cotton and flannel, but please wash the fabric before donating.

Fabric can be dropped off at the Front Desk at the Goodwill Easter Seals building, 660 S. Main St. Dayton 45402
MONETARY DONATIONS
Donations can be made via PayPal; send money to DaytonSewing@gmail.com.
If you want to write a check, make checks payable to Dayton Sewing Collaborative, 660 S. Main St., Dayton, OH 45402. Money will be used to purchase supplies for the face mask project.

If you have mask making supplies, here's the pattern...

We are using the Reusable Face Mask pattern that was created by The Turban Project. Scroll to the page titled: Reusable Medical Face Mask. 

  • The need is greatest for adults and senior citizens. We recommend making ADULT size masks.
  • We've found cutting the fabric to 8"x9" instead of 6"x9" makes for easier folding/pleating. Either size is acceptable; sewing instructions are the same.
  • There is a helpful video that demonstrates step-by-step to make the masks

DAYTON SEWING COLLABORATIVE

A 501(c)3 non-profit in Dayton, Ohio