Make this DIY fabric face mask for yourself or members of your community with this free pattern. This mask is reversible, washable and has a wire embedded to conform to the bridge of your nose. Help keep your loved ones protected with this homemade cloth mask that is suitable for beginner sewists.
Homemade cloth face masks are in high demand
Surgical face masks such as the N 95 are in short supply and hospitals and heath care workers are asking those who know how to sew to help make masks to help fill the need during this emergency. With just two fat quarters of cotton cloth you can make five masks for your loved ones to use or to donate.
With two fat quarters of 100% cotton fabric you can make up to 5 masks. Fat quarters are the little squares of fabric you can find at the craft store or in the sewing section of Walmart. They are typically a non-stretch fabric that comes in all sorts of colors and patterns and a mostly used for quilting and other projects.
I am going to be donating all the masks I make aside from the ones I am keeping for my family to use for personal use. I encourage you to do the same.
The pattern I created is my intellectual property but you are free to use it to make masks to donate or to use yourself. Just don’t sell them. Don’t be that guy.
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