How to Sew a Face Mask with Fabric Ties // TUTORIAL!

How to Sew a Face Mask with Fabric Ties // TUTORIAL!



DIY Face Mask with Fabric Ties tutorial
*** Get the FREE PDF PATTERN here: https://bit.ly/2UiMwTk
Make a MASK with ELASTIC Straps: https://youtu.be/4FB–BOyTiU

NOTE: THIS MASK WILL NOT PREVENT YOU FROM CONTRACTING A RESPIRATORY ILLNESS! Visit https://www.cdc.gov for information on proper use of handmade masks.
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DIY Face Mask with Elastic: https://youtu.be/4FB–BOyTiU

SUPPLIES:
2 pieces 100% cotton fabric 6″ x 9″ (You can also cut up old 100% cotton t-shirts!)
1 piece 100% cotton fabric for lining 6″ x 9″
4 fabric strips 1-1/2″ x 18″
ALTERNATE SIZES:
Kids: make fabric 5″ x 7″
Adult female: 6″ x 9″
Adult Male: 7″ x 9″
Tip: Make sure not to sew over the loose end of the tie as you sew around the mask.

OPTIONAL: To make the nose are a fit better you can sew a wire ribbon, pipe cleaner, or baggie tie to the lining piece before sewing all three layers together and it would work nicely 🙂

*** Masks are re-usable, but must be sanitized before/after each use! ***

* Use tightly woven cotton fabric, or hospital grade material.
* Keep in mind men and women will be wearing the masks when choosing fabric for mask that will be donated.
* Contact local health facilities to see if they are in need of donations.

Currently, the supply of surgical masks is at a critical all-time low throughout the entire nation. As a community of crafters, this is a great way we can band together and make a huge difference in this time of need!

While handmade fabric face masks are NOT a substitution for N95 masks, you can read more from the CDC here on the use of homemade masks here:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/ppe-strategy/face-masks.html

In addition to helping medical staff during critical shortages, these masks can be used at home as well. While wearing homemade face masks will not prevent against catching a respiratory illness, if worn by someone who is sick they can help reduce the spread of large particles when they sneeze or cough.

*** PRODUCTS USED ***
* Fabric: 100% Cotton
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* Aurifil 50wt Thread: https://amzn.to/33gN1Af
* Oliso Pro Smart Iron: https://amzn.to/2ZbppJE
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* Wonder Clips: https://amzn.to/2tr1s4e
* 1/4″ Cluck Cluck Sew Tape: http://bit.ly/2B6rzS8

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How to Make Face Masks for Kids