3 Ways to Sew a Face Mask

Beginner Sewing Face Mask sewing

 Three Ways to Sew Your Own Face Mask

The past few weeks have kept me a little worried, I'm willing to admit.  Proms were cancelled, graduations, celebrations in general were being put on hold.  That's what my business thrives on, you guys. 

Then I get a request for a custom face mask.  Yes.  This is my talent, my skill set, how I can help.  Let's switch gears and serve the need.  So many of us can help serve as well from home.  All you need is a sewing machine, a few basic supplies, and off you go. 

I've recorded and shared THREE different ways to sew your own face mask. 

My first pattern is a regular, double layered face mask with elastic for the ears.

The second pattern was born from the request to be able to insert a 3rd layer of material between the two woven cotton layers. An added layer of protection, if you will, and easily swapped out. 

Finally, where did all the elastic go?  The last video is for sewing a face mask without elastic! 

Please enjoy the video tutorials below.  Let me know how many you create! 

We're in this together!  

#1. Sew a Face Mask without Pocket

Watch the YouTube video below to learn how to sew a regular face mask without pockets. 

Requirements ( " indicates inches): 

  • Fabric Main, 8.5"x14"
  • Fabric Strip, 1.5" wide
  • 2 pieces of 1/4" Wide Elastic,  7.5" long

 

#2. Sew a Face Mask with Pocket

Watch the YouTube video below to learn how to sew a regular face mask WITH pockets.

Requirements ( " indicates inches): 

  • Fabric Main, 8.5"x14"
  • Fabric Strip, 1.5" wide
  • 2 pieces of 1/4" Wide Elastic,  7.5" long

#3. Sew a Face Mask with Fabric Ties

Watch the YouTube video below to learn how to sew a regular face mask with fabric ties. 

Requirements ( " indicates inches): 

  • Fabric Main, 8.5" x 14"
  • 2 Fabric Strips, cut 2" x 45" (or Width of Fabric)

I hope you enjoy these tutorials!  No time?  Pin it for later! 

How to Sew a Face Mask in Three Easy Ways

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XOXO,

 

Katie Bertrand

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  • Karen Blackburn on

    yes we need to order face mask

  • Janice Bolling on

    Thank you


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