SPOKANE, Wash. — Now that Spokane County is in Phase 2 of reopening, more people are venturing out. As of Friday, June 26, masks will be required for residents of all counties in Washington state.
If you don’t have a mask yet, don’t worry. There are several places where you can buy them while shopping local. This list will be updated, so check back for new businesses.
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Spokane Masks is an online company that is hand-sewing custom fabric masks in fun patterns and four sizes. The company says it takes them no longer than a week to get the masks from sewing machine to your door. Spokane Masks also offers a “rush” delivery service in the Spokane area.
My custom Printwear (Post Falls)
My Custom Printwear, a screen printing company in Post Falls, reached out to KREM and said they are making cloth face masks using local T-shirts. The masks are very affordable, at $3-$5.
Local hardware stores, such as Ace Hardware, are generally carrying the four-layer disposable masks. Most Ace Hardware stores are locally owned and operated, if you didn’t know already!
Spokane Valley printing/promotional products company Lancer Ltd. is selling masks online. They offer 3 ply disposable masks, KN95 masks, and cotton masks (with or without name/logo imprinted on them). Pricing and delivery time varies by item. For more information and to order, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tokki recently pivoted their eco gifting business to make beautifully constructed masks out of double layer tight weave 100% quilter’s cotton. Each mask sold, donates another mask to front-line workers in need. The business ships from Spokane so local orders will only take 1-2 business days to receive them.
Valley View Chevron
Valley View Chevron in Horseshoe Bend has handmade masks for sale. They are $6 and the Chevron is family and locally owned.