Join us as we respond to significant needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Welcome to the Sew Shop! We are excited to have you as a member of the #3DC19 sewing club. We are supplying hand sewn masks to people/organizations through the 3DC19 network. The Sew Shop is managed by the Holland Rotary Club.
Whether you are new to making masks, or have made 100, we appreciate your help. We will support you in any way we can to help you make a positive impact during the COVID-19 Pandemic. #3DC19
We are supplying hand sewn masks (made by the Holland Rotary Club) to people/organizations through the 3Dc19 network.
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Done Sewing? Submit Incoming Masks
Ready to Start Sewing?
We have a preferred pattern that we recommend. We have found this “scrub-type” mask to be the quickest and easiest to make in quantity, while still providing comfort and protection for the person wearing the mask.
Click here for instructions on how to make this mask.
If you have a different pattern you are comfortable with, please continue to make these! Here are some parameters that we recommend:
- Nose wire and filter pocket are optional.
- We recommend cleaning the masks in soap and water then air drying.
- Prefer designs that have an adjustable length of elastics or strings to tie overhead.
Report completed masks.
We want to keep in touch! If you can let us know what you sewing as well as when you plan on delivering finished masks, we can then monitor supply and against outstanding orders.
Please fill out the following forms as you plan and ready to deliver the product.
- Stay in touch with us by joining our Facebook Group.
- If you need fabric or notions, let us know and we will provide them to you!
Even if you don’t sew, you can still help!
We are a 501C3 non-profit organization, and seeking donations of:
See the impact we’re making.
See the Report Page.
Share Your Story
A way for you to share your story and pictures.
Post on Facebook using the Hashtag #3DC19 or right on the 3DC19 Facebook page.
3Dc19 : Hand Sewn Mask Dashboard
Don’t have a 3D printer but want to help?
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Everything we make is 100% donated to hospitals and organizations.
Where does the money go?
You can help cover some of the costs that go into all of this:
Printing materials (PLA, PETG), Packaging, Shipping.
We aren’t looking to make a profit, just cover our raw material costs.
A 501-c3 non profit (The Little Stuff Fund) is overseeing the accounting of all funds. Documentation of your donation will be provided.
Thank you for your interest in donating. We are no longer taking donations at this time.