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List: Find face masks in Raleigh from local makers

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Thanks to our Instagram community for sharing where you’re finding locally-made face masks in Raleigh! Here’s a linked list with details:

Vinark Facemask: Offering a variety of patterns, you can purchase kids masks and family packs as well as individual adult masks. Curbside pickup in Raleigh is free.

Edge of Urge: The Raleigh shop is selling cloth masks with a filter pocket and reversible cloth masks (including this collab with Rise & Ramble).

Hope Threads: Adult and two sizes of child masks are available. When you buy one, they will give one to Refugee Hope Partners, which supports the local refugee community.

Reborn Clothing Co., an upcycled clothing company in Raleigh, is selling cloth facemasks with League-Legacy online.

 Currently sold out, but check back around July 15. Includes kids face masks. 

Pamut Apparel: This Raleigh-based conscious clothing company is restocking its masks Friday, pictured here. Their masks are made from clothing scraps to prevent waste.

SunshineNFireflies: This Wake County maker is selling masks on Etsy.

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Author: raleighconvergence

Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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