as of this week, all under an obligation to the public transport network. In addition to the large number of retail stores that sells them, there are plenty of creative people who are themselves to set the sewing machine on and get some extra cash. Worth it?
Paula, it is construction company, a bakery, a cafe and a hotel with four rooms in Amersfoort, netherlands year, and saw its revenue in the march, have disappeared completely. "You know, I wanted to do something to keep my head above water."
there are three sewing machines been placed in the room where the guests are received and a sewing construction and two of its employees to use surgical masks. First, on a voluntary basis, but subsequently sold them to private individuals.
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"that's When Mark Rutte has announced that all public transport is obliged, but it went through the roof." The debate over the meaning of the all, gets them a little bit. "It would be a false sense of security, but I do think that people have to think for themselves, if they need it or not."'didn't feel right to profit from the crisis' < / p> Marijke Bongers the Eco-Textile Studio, there may be a bit better on income. "There are so many stumbling-blocks in the model, and it is tight. Close to the well? Don't let it get too much air? What filters do you use? That will be a good test of this."
Bongers, managing a Facebook group where a lot of the information and the patterns to be exchanged. Also, she was a regular cap. "Though this was mostly to test if it's working." Sell it she did, ultimately, does not. "I have thought about this before, but it didn't feel right to make money off of this crisis."
at the same time, if there is a sector of industry should be one that pays for itself with the creation of the masks, it would, according to Bongers, de textielbranche should have been. "This is our profession."
The mask as a fashionitem < / p> Willemijn van der Sluis, from the textiellab, Villa and Rebuilding in the city of Zwolle decided that the reason for that." Normally, it offers courses in sewing, knitting, and felting it on. Now, plunged to its all-trades. "When I got to the hospital, Zwolle, the netherlands, in a conversation about the making of the masks, but there were a lot of snags to it. That is, I could, eventually, not at all."
it's a pattern she had already done, and so, she began sewing for others as well. "In the beginning, there were especially a lot of people out of the care with which it is wished to guard against a scarcity." This was followed by a group that is all as a fashionitem saw it, but now, they are also people who are alone and in need of public transportation. "Even though the peak is now reduced, because there are a lot of competitors."
strong> A piece of toast with a mask < / p> you can be A gold mine, it was for the both of them are not. Builder: a utility bill be able to pay for it. "But it was so drastically reduced, that it is that easier for me." They estimate that they have about a thousand have been made; the buyers were paying between 5 and € 12.50. "Depending on how much fabric I had."
Van der Sluis, where he made over a hundred. "And I've half-given away to those who really needed it." The other half is selling them for 12.50 euro each. "It came to me that there is more to it that I have something to attend to them that I really like the gold money to earn money."
However, the Constructor of the well, as a permanent part of their business. "I think it's a combination of all creation, and hospitality is fine to make." People are starting this week out on the terrace in her case, she may even have a mask shop'. "When they have a piece of toast to eat, to sew, I have a mask for them."