How I Make Face Masks

Here’s a quick look at how I have been sewing face masks for my friends and family throughout the pandemic.

I eyeballed my own template and cut it out on a piece of printer paper.

1.) Cut out four pieces of fabric.

I iron on one to two pieces of fusible interfacing as well, depending on how thick the fabric is.

2.) Put right sides together and sew around the top, front, and bottom – leave the back open for straps.

3.) Cut the excess fabric off the edges.

4.) Flip right side out and do the same steps to the other side of the mask.

5.) Pin right sides (the sides that will be facing out while wearing the finished mask) together along the front.

6.) Sew and flip right sides out.

7.) Pin the edges of the mask with the elastic.

The elastic is about 7 inches long.

8.) Sew it up!

All done! Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions!
Thank you for stopping by, please feel free to have a look around at the rest of the blog and let me know what you think. If you would like to see more sewing DIYs let me know in the comments!

Much Love,

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