A Curated List of Creative—And Charitable—Masks Sold in Charlotte

Charities include Loaves and Fishes and The Carolina Mask Project
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MASKS ARE ESSENTIAL in a COVID-19 world. Charlotte makers and vendors prove that coverings also offer creativity and personality—and many use proceeds for further good.

Jill Seale

Jill Seale 

Row 1: Lake Como mask (left); Sea Breeze mask (right)
Row 2: Aqua Palms mask (left); Il Porcellino mask (right)
Row 3: The Jane
Wide variety of designs can be found online (see masks on home page)

A portion of each mask sale goes to Loaves and Fishes to help feed the community.

Decor Print

Décor Print

Row 1: Dino Skeletons youth mask (left), available in childrens and teen sizes, $20; Leopard print youth mask (right), available in childrens and teen sizes $20
Row 2: Blue-black small plaid unisex mask (left), $25; Abstract Wings printed mask (right), $25

Wide variety of fabric masks available online, including custom design and insult masks. Masks are made from 100% cotton with inner layer made from Filti fabric, a filter material which features Nanofiber technology and is highly-efficient on sub-micron particles. A portion of the sales are used to help continue donating fabric to mask-makers in North Carolina and South Carolina who are participating in groups like The Carolina Mask Project.


901 Providence Rd., Charlotte

Marie Oliver Mosaic Print, $20
Marie Oliver black and white speckle $20
Marie Oliver beet root speckle, $20

Pura Vida

Pura Vida
3202a N. Davidson St., Charlotte

Limited Edition Adult Embroidered rose 100% cotton with filter pocket, $30
Other styles also available


1530 East Blvd.
(not available online but can call to order)

Manuel Canovas Designer fabric, $25
Many other styles to choose from in store.


KatyLoo Boutique
951 Market St, Ste. 104, Fort Mill, SC

Denim Stripes adult mask, $14
Black polka dot child’s mask, $12
Navy floral print child’s mask, $12

Empower For Hope


Empower For Hope

Local Charlotte porch pickup or USPS shipping available.

African print masks with pocket for filter (fabrics may vary) handmade in Charlotte by empowered artisans. Two elastic styles available – behind the ears and behind the head. $9-12 ea. (Buff style masks also available.) For every mask purchased, Empower for Hope donates a mask to front-line workers.

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