Northeast Ohio sewing shop hopes to make 10,000 face masks in 3 weeks

Northeast Ohio sewing shop hopes to make 10,000 face masks in 3 weeks
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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - One Northeast Ohio company is trying to help out by posting a tutorial video on how to sew face masks.

The coronavirus outbreak is causing some hospitals to run short on supplies.

One of the most frequently sold out items have been medical masks.

Pins and Needles is a Northeast Ohio company that is showing everyone how to make those masks.

The company hopes to make 10,000 face masks in the next three weeks. They are calling it the 10,000 face masks challenge.

The store has three locations in the area.

One in Middleburgh Heights, one in North Olmsted and one in Mayfield Heights

Anyone interested in making a face mask can watch the video here, or go to the company’s website.

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