Deb Siggins an Iowa woman has gone above and beyond to make sure residents in her town have access to masks during the coronavirus pandemic
Siggins, 55, made the hand-sewn masks available for anyone— friends, family, neighbors, and people in the community to grab if they need one.
She began by making masks for UnityPoint St. Luke’s when the local hospital put out a call for donations in March.
Siggins said, “My goal was to do 100 for the hospital, but then my friends and family wanted some and it just snowballed.”
“It went crazy, I’m getting so many requests from everywhere to the point where I can’t keep up
“I just felt like [my sewing] is a gift that I could put it towards other people because it’s a gift that god has given me,” she said.
(Photo courtesy of Deb Siggens)