Talented seamstress Shelagh Julian has made a variety of items since she started sewing more than 80 years ago.
Her highlight was making the dress she wore when she married her late husband John 69 years ago.
Now she has added a new product to her hobby by creating face masks for East Cheshire Hospice.
Shelagh is part of a 35-strong team of volunteers making masks which are in big demand and raising vital funds.
Shelagh Julian with her customised East Cheshire Hospice face masks.
Shelagh (89) has already made more than 200 masks which are sold in exchange for a suggested £3 donation to the Hospice.
She has helped the Hospice since moving from Plymouth to Macclesfield 13 years ago.
Shelagh, who has four great grandchildren and was a registered nurse, said: “Sewing gives me a great deal of pleasure and I’m lucky to be healthy enough to do it.
“I probably spend three hours a day on average sewing and enjoy watching things materialise. It’s a lovely feeling when you can make something that’s wanted and raises funds for the Hospice.
“Friends and neighbours have been extremely generous donating materials and the masks have been even more popular now they must be worn in shops.”
* Masks are available at the Hospice reception; The Poachers Inn; The Tytherington Club; Kelley’s Dry Cleaners, Broken Cross; Macclesfield Golf Club; St Alban’s Church; New Life Church, Congleton and St Michael’s Church, Macclesfield.
More outlets have said they will sell masks once the Hospice has further stock.