We have more cloth face masks in made locally by CalviNene
We have more locally made, beautiful, reversible, cloth masks from CalviNene (pronounced “Calvi-nee-nee”)!
Calvin, 6, of East Barnard, and his Grandma Heather Leavitt, of South Royalton, are the mask makers of CalviNene. They were happy to join forces when the Co-op approached Heather to create some wearable art for people’s faces.
You may remember Heather’s quilt show that hung in our Cafe Art Space back in February. Her color schemes are truly extraordinary. She applies the same skill with Calvin’s help now, to choosing the lively patterns for both front and back (really another front as they are reversible) of each and every CalviNene mask.
So far, their masks have been flying off the self and we have had to reorder three times in a month!
Our Produce Manager Bill Fielding below, sports one that he bought last week. He reports that his mask is very comfortable, stays in place and looks great too!
They aren’t just masks, they are fashion!