How to make an easy face mask that's washable and reusable with spare fabric

How to make an easy face mask that's washable and reusable with spare fabric



No elastic? No problem. Watch Jenny’s DIY Fabric Tie Face Mask tutorial here:

NOTE: Please reach out to your local healthcare providers and first responders before making any masks. This video is intended for general education and informational purposes and should not be relied upon for medical advice.

Mom (Jenny Doan) had a great idea yesterday. She wanted to do something to help with this coronavirus situation we’re in. And while a face mask will not prevent you from getting sick (social distance people!) it will help you from spreading germs you may have, and is a very helpful thing to have if you or someone you know may feel sick or be around sick people.

So mom sat down and whipped this out on her cell phone because she’s amazing.

Hope this is helpful, you may check with your local hospitals and response people, they may want you to make them a few if they are in need. You can add a few more layers of fabric for added filtration if you need to as well. Hope this helps!

Stay healthy!!

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The measurements (these may need to be customized for best fit):

Adult Mask
2 rectangles of fabric – 6″ x 9″
2 pieces of 1/4″ elastic – 7″

Child Mask
2 rectangles of fabric 5″ x 7.5″
2 pieces of 1/4″ elastic – 7″ (but will need to be checked for fit)

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