11 local face mask brands to shop this holiday season

Nov 17 2020, 12:48 am

We’re calling it: face masks are going to replace socks as the “it” gift this holiday season.

Think about it, both are necessary items, around the same price point, and come in a variety of prints, patterns, and materials.

We’ve gathered our favorite local mask makers and have thrown them into an easy list below to help you kickstart your holiday shopping.

Dick’s Drive-In

Dick's Drive In mask

Dick’s Drive-In

The iconic burger joint has launched face masks that feature cartoon images of hand-cut French fries, milkshakes, and of course, hamburgers. Those looking to get their hands on a mask can do so online for $10, or at a drive-in near you.

Swaddle Designs


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With Swaddle Designs, you’ll get ultimate comfort in your face mask. Made out of cotton baby blanket fabric, each mask is three layers using tightly woven 180-thread-count cotton fabric. At time of writing, masks are currently on sale for $3.99+.

Pieces to Peaces

Pieces to Peaces

Pieces to Peaces

Handcrafted by a team of women in Olympia, Pieces To Peaces creates stylish and functional fashion accessories for all. Pieces to Peaces is currently selling two types of face masks, one that wraps around the head and ties at the back, and a looped face mask. Looped face masks retail for $12, while tie masks are $20. Masks are currently available for purchase online, Facebook, and at select retailers.

Tom Bihn

Seattle face mask

Tom Bihn

Tom Bihn offers four face mask designs that are all cut and sewn in Seattle. As of November 15, the company has donated over 158,000 cloth face masks to those in need. Continue supporting the company by purchasing $16 face masks for those on your holiday lists.

Splash Fabric


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Splash Fabric has masks that suit every mood. Each purchase of an $8.50 cotton masks gives one to a community member in need. Choose between a single or pack of five with ear loops or ties that go around the head.

Purple Rose Bows

Purple Rose Bows has face masks for both children and adults. Starting at $12, the masks come in a bunch of colorful prints that’ll have you feeling youthful. If you know a child who’d love to match their parents, this is the store to shop.

The Foundry Print Shop

The Foundry Print Shop is offering face masks with customization for companies, or solid for those wanting a plain mask. The masks can also be purchased in bulk for around $10 a piece, instead of $12 a piece.


Chalo Face Masks

Chalo, a lifestyle brand out of Bellevue, is selling adorable face masks for $10 each. Each mask is Seattle-themed, including a Bigfoot design, seagulls, Seattle icons, and more. You can check out their Instagram here.

Kade and Vos


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Kade and Vos believe that women of all sizes deserve comfortable, luxurious, versatile, and sustainable undergarments. They’ve extended this belief to face masks that they currently sell for $5+.



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Women-led Tokki and Gravitas have worked together to create an assortment of face masks. The masks start at $18 and come in over 12 adorable patterns for both adults and kids. When you buy a mask, you also give a mask to someone in need.

Snug as a Mug


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Snug as a Mug has pivoted from handmade coffee cozies to handmade face masks. For only $5 each, choose from an array of patterns as well as solid masks. Each mask is made with two layers of cotton fabric and has elastic that goes around the top of your head and the back of your neck to ensure a tight fit with no gaps.

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