We Asked – You Answered


We took to our social media accounts to ask if mask wearing is a regular part of your routine – an overwhelming majority of you said yes – and your favorite place to purchase your face coverings. Here are a few of our favorites.


Still seeking masks? Here are a few of our favorites to shop for facecoverings:

Ben Franklin Crafts New Albany, 420 New Albany Plaza, New Albany: Purchase from the array of adjustable fit masks for men, women and children or select your own fabric and let the talented team create one – or more! – just for you.

Regalo Gifts, 234 Pearl St., New Albany: Like making people laugh? Prefer a witty face covering? Aren’t afraid to let you’re a little piece of fabric to the talking? Check out the unique masks at regaloart.com.


“The front desk at a flea market in Salem held it for me when I called after learning they had one with Winnie the Pooh scenes. My students will love it when we return to school.” – Kristin Kleinert


“Had a lot of help, but made a lot of masks. I feel you find what works best for you. IMO everyone is different. It’s not easy, but kudos to the nurses in N95 masks for 12- hour shifts – suffocating.” –Kelly Rivard


“My favorite mask is my Steve Buscemi mask, I bought it online. I have about 10 other fabric masks that I made myself. Gotta coordinate!” –Courtney Hill Paris


“Got it on Etsy.” – Jodi Stiller Meier


“I make them myself.” – Jennifer Koch


“A wonderful lady at my church, Wesley Chapel, made this mask.” –Laura Gipe


“Got this one on Etsy!” – Kris Ritcher


“Regalo (in New Albany at their) online (shop).” – Kathy Elder


“It was special made by Val Jeanine Davis-Kavanaugh. Donations went to pancreatic cancer research in memory of her twin sister, who passed away recently. The pink (is) for me as a 12-year breast cancer survivor.” –Trina Davidson Amos

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