Next update coming soon.
Two styles - pleated and fitted
All face masks have a nose wire to help with fit
Three sizes - large, medium, and kids
3 different fabric combinations - DHHS fabric combo (polyester/cotton blend/cotton), 3 layered cotton, and cotton/chiffon/cotton
Your choice of fabric ties, fabric loop ties, elastic ear loops, or looped elastic headbands.
Large and medium fitted $19
Kids fitted $12
Large and medium pleated $15
Kids pleated $10
Coming soon: Big kids pleated for $12
Have you been to the shop?
Currently there are sheep to be adopted, cards that can be sent to friends out (or in) lockdown zones, and soon there will be face masks!
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Hello, I'm Beth.
It's lovely to meet you!
I’m afraid I’m not actually a little grassbird with the ability to make things. I’m just a common or garden variety human living in Castlemaine with my partner and our two cats. It’s a bit of a disappointment, I know.
It can be a pretty sad and stressful world we live in. I’m here to cheer it up for you with cute and quirky needle felting, embroideries, cards, jewellery, and other fun bits and bobs.
What’s that, you prefer making things yourself? No problem! Have a stab at one of the DIY kits, or come along to a workshop.
I love seeing what you make! Please do tag me @littlegrassbird or use the hashtag #littlegrassbirdmakes so I can find your amazing pieces.
You can find out a bit more on the appropriately titled about page, or check out the blog.
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