Learn how to sew a face mask with an embroidered design!
Yep, here we are. Still making masks one year later! I've probably made thousands at this point. Who would have thought we'd still be wearing them?
If you're like me, you've worn dozens of fabric masks at this point. Halloween masks, Christmas masks, patriotic masks...masks to match your outfits...sparkly fashion masks, and even paper masks. I even sewed up monogram masks for myself and clients.
Here I am on a rainy February weekend in 2021, and I've decided to test out something new to me...embroidered masks! I found embroidery designs made specifically for each side of your fabric mask from Embroidery Library.
DIY How to Sew an Embroidered Fabric Mask
Watch my video for a walk through on how to make an embroidered face mask using designs from Embroidery Library.
You must already have a working knowledge of how to use your embroidery machine to complete this tutorial.
Keep reading below for a supply list and tips.
Supplies & Suggestions
Supplies you will need:
- Sewing and Embroidery machine
- Embroidery Design from Emblibrary.com
Please refer to the video for detailed instructions.
Learn to Sew
Do you want to sew more projects with me? I have several step-by-step sewing tutorials available on my website:
Learn to sew with commercial patterns for following one of my step-by-step sewing tutorials. I have tutorials for unisex robes, basic t-shirts, kimonos, etc. Your sure to find projects that work for you.
Have you ever wanted to sew your own t-shirt? Like how complicated can it be? Once you figure out the basic technique, you can tweak your shirts to suit your style...add embroidery or a vinyl design! Sewing a custom t-shirt is as easy as 1-2-3 with Katie walking you through it! Click here to get this step-by-step tutorial!
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