Craig Conover recently hit a major milestone with his company, Sewing Down South, when he launched an exclusive pillow collection with HSN. But that is not all the Southern Charm cast member has been up to lately. Sewing Down South has also been creating face masks to help prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Sewing Down South’s face masks come in packs of three, and feature prints created in collaboration with local Southern artists. In addition to being beautifully designed, the masks make a difference as well. For every pack of three masks sold, Sewing Down South donates a mask to local organizations in need. So far, Craig has donated masks to the North Charleston Housing Authority, the Charleston Housing Authority, and Meals on Wheels of Charleston, and made a monetary donation to Best Kids in Washington, D.C.
“During the quarantine, I was able to start sewing again and take some time to think,” Craig told BravoTV.com. “It’s kind of in our nature. We were like, ‘There’s got to be a way for us to help in some way.”
In a post announcing the launch of the masks, the Sewing Down South Instagram account wrote, “We moved as quickly as we could to bring y’all one of our unreleased Sewing Down South patterns on a mask. Best part?! We donate a mask with every mask order,” adding, “Wearing a cloth face mask or covering while you are out and about is now officially recommended by the CDC. Cloth face masks are NOT intended for medical use or considered PPE.”
Sewing Down South’s packs of three face masks are available online for $24.99, and feature either a green and pink “flock of flamingos” print (which matches a pillow from the collection) or an abstract polka dot design.
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