I started my shop to offer masks to people who wanted handmade masks.
I have made over 2,000 masks since April 2020 and the majority have been donated and starting out in April, most of my materials were donated from people in the community. A local group of mask makers helped me get my hands on a working sewing machine, elastic and fabric when fabric stores were closed and supplies were in high demand.
I will continue to donate to people in need but the shop helps me defray the cost of materials.
The store name is a homage to my maiden name, Estuar. Growing up I had to phonetically teach people how to say my last name. The letter “S”, the number 2, and the letter “R”.