What we learned from 12,000 masks

When COVID-19 turned everything upside-down in February and March, Rochester Refugee Sewing and Repair started making masks at a furious pace. Since then, we've made over 12,000 pieces, learning the ins and outs of small-scale manufacturing, growth, sourcing, and design for production. Join us as we discuss what we've done, what we've learned, and how you can apply this knowledge to the future or your work and making.

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Categories: Design & Production, Textiles
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