Now that Spokane County is in Phase 2 of reopening, more people are venturing out. Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward and Spokane County Health Officer Dr. Bob Lutz both urged residents to wear masks.

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.

Do you have a business to add to this list? Email us at newsdesk@krem.com.

Spokane Masks 

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.  

Ace Hardware 

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!

Tokki 

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. 6.00 and the chevron is family and locally owned

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