For Tammy Pham, she never thought her sewing skills would one day be put to use to make potentially life-saving equipment.
But as the COVID-19 crisis deepened in Michigan in March, Pham, from suburban Detroit, turned a pastime into a purpose by making face masks to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Pham, 32, founder of So I Sew Detroit, isn’t alone in the effort. People around the country are pitching in and sewing homemade masks for their communities.
Full story here: https://existdetroit.com/2020/04/26/sewing-hobby-turned-critical-health-effort/