noun plural sun·dries \ˈsən-drēz\
an assortment of miscellaneous items that are separate; distinct; varied; diverse
From Middle English sundry, sondry, sindry, from Old English syndriġ (separate, single; sundry, distinct; special, private, peculiar, exceptional, particular; characteristic);
Cognate with Low German sunderig (“single, special”), Swedish söndrig (“many pieces”), Dutch zonderlijk (“separate”)
I have been worrying a lot about our re-entry to school and daily life, since there are still so many questions about how contagious and dangerous the COVID-19 virus is. In an attempt to stop wallowing in my worry, I got to work coming up with a pattern for a fully-enclosed fabric and clear plastic face shield.