The problem still exists that some of those fabrics - like flannel for pj's - may be treated with chemicals for fire-resistance etc. I would still want to wash the new fabric at least once before sewing.
They want to wear masks, can't find natural masks, so they go to the fabric store to get materials that are safer for their body.
I'm glad you've tested that. I was thinking I'd like to try some out of wool, since my "old, trustworthy" flannel supply is getting low. I can't try it on the next batch as the friend they're for is allergic to some wools.
the wool really wicks the moisture away nicely
I agree - and it's important to try different types if the ones you're wearing aren't comfy! If you feel like you're constantly having to fiddle with your mask, there's a good chance you should try a different style.
r ranson wrote:I love all the different types.