DIY Mask

mask on ground with scissors, fabric, and pattern

I would never have guessed that this was the type of project I’d be making this year… but here we are. Since I have to wear masks all day at my other job and basically every where else in life, I’ve been trying to create a little stock pile to have in my purse, in my car, hanging by the door next to my keys… and somehow I still pull up to the grocery store and have to turn around and go home to get a mask. 🤦‍♀️

Since I had some extra linen from the tank top project I shared a couple weeks ago, I decided to try to make a pattern for a mask that I could use to make masks for all the different occasions. (You better believe I’m going to be making some holiday masks!) I traced one of my masks that I like and then had to alter the pattern three or four times to get a mask that I liked but I was super excited to have it turn out!

woman wearing mask

What you need:

Watch the video below for step-by-step instructions on how to put it together!

mask laid out on ground
woman wearing mask
arm holding mask out
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  • GeorgiaThursday, September 10, 2020 - 10:27 am

    Oh! Need to make some more and going to try this! Any way you could add a check on the pattern sheet to make sure it’s printed the right size. My print is notorious for printing incorrectly (despite asking it to print at 100%).ReplyCancel

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