I don't have any matzoh in my house yet - but of course, I always have plenty of matzoh fabric. So this morning, I broke away from making (somewhat) normal masks for friends and family; and I made these, just to make myself laugh. First....
(I buy matzoh fabric here.)
The next mask covers two plagues: Frogs and hail.
(The dots could also be boils and/or cattle disease; the black area could be darkness. That's five plagues in one mask!)
And finally, if your virtual seder guests don't see eye to eye on politics, send these to the loquacious ones in advance.
- My easy pattern, which I used to make the masks above, is HERE.
- My roomier mask tutorial is HERE.
- My resource page with hospitals around the country asking stitchers to make masks for them, and links to many more patterns, is HERE.
And whether you celebrate Passover, Easter, or anything else, please, listen to the public health experts; stay home; don't invite guests, except the ones you already live with. That's the best way to save the world.
More Passover and matzoh fabric projects are in the word cloud on the upper right.