Little Korboose x Vacilando Studios Quilted Chore Coats — available now!
New ArrivalsLittle Korboose founder, April Nemeth, and Vacilando Studios founder, Laura Preston, joined forces once again to co-design a pair of no-waste quilted chore coats.SHOP NOW
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In Stock and Ready to Ship. Masks ship from our Cleveland, Ohio warehouse daily.
Designs shown in image (from top to bottom):
Our Organic Cotton Essential Face Mask with contrast elastic ear loops and shapable contour nose adjustment is designed to create a barrier to protect you and others while simultaneously providing confidence. This unisex mask comes in a variety of your favorite original Little Korboose designs.
Since Little Korboose is a no-waste company with values rooted in ecological consciousness, we have pounds of organic cotton textile remnants to repurpose for this effort. Since 2008, founder April Nemeth has been committed to raising awareness around the environmental impact of fast fashion and is dedicated to keeping textiles out of landfills.
Note: The same printed textile design may vary from mask to mask. Each mask will be completely unique as we are repurposing textile remnants.
One For You. One for the Them. With your purchase of a mask, we will donate masks to individuals in need. Each $10 donation helps cover the cost of two protective face covers—one for you and one we will donate to essential and front line workers during the fight against COVID-19. We are in this together.*This initiative is now closed. The span of this initiative was April 9, 2020-June 1, 2020. During this time we were able to donate thousands of masks to individuals in need.
Regular Size: 8" x 5.25"; comparable to a women’s medium. Please contact us if you are a plus size to place a special order.
Material: The unique way in which our organic flour sack cotton is woven produces a lightweight, breathable and extremely durable fabric. In the 1800s, many suppliers began to package flour, sugar and other foods in cotton sacks. This cut down on the need for heavy wooden barrels and made transport of these essentials much easier. These sacks were tightly woven bags and were later converted into useful items that could be utilized around the home.
Care: Machine wash warm/hot. Lay Flat to dry. Warm Iron reverse.*Pro Tip: Every face size is different. Cotton stretches. The more you wear your mask, the more it will break in and form to your face. If it feels tight when you receive it, please note that it WILL stretch. If you prefer to stretch it by hand vs. waiting a week for it to mold to your face, do so immediately after washing when wet.
Origin: Made in the USA at LK Studios in Cleveland, OH.
Order and Return Policy: Once shipped, all sales are final. No returns or exchanges allowed.