DIY Face Mask – {EASY} BEST Homemade Cloth Fabric Face Mask – How To Make Face Mask Cover – Free Pattern – Sewing – Pleated

DIY Face Mask – {EASY} BEST Homemade Cloth Fabric Face Mask – How To Make Face Mask Cover – Free Pattern – Sewing – Pleated

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How To Make DIY Face Mask 

Cut 3 pieces of fabric 6” by 9”.

Cut two lengths of elastic 7” long. With the right side facing up, clip or pin one end of the elastic about ½” from the top right against the raw edge of the 6” side.

Being careful not to twist the elastic, do the same with the other end of the elastic on the bottom.

Repeat on the other side. Stitch each corner of elastic into place.

“Sandwich” the piece of fabric with the elastic attached between the other two pieces of fabric.

Pin or clip into place.

Sew around the perimeter of the rectangle, leaving a 2” opening for turning.

Turn the piece right side out and press. Be sure to press the opening closed.

Using your fingertips, pinch the top of the fabric into a pleat that is about ½ – ¾” wide and pin or clip into place.

Repeat about halfway down.

The finished size should be about 3- 3.5” wide. 

Press flat. Using a ¼” seam allowance, topstitch all the way around the mask.

Enjoy your new mask

Diy Face Mask_Homemade Face Mask Pattern
Supplies
  • ¼ yard of tightly woven cotton fabric (we used two colors, but feel free to use 1, 2 or 3 colors)
  • 1/8” flat elastic
  • Scissors
  • Cutting Mat, ruler, and rotary cutter
  • Pins or wonder clips
  • Sewing machine
  • Iron

Instructions

  1. Cut 3 pieces of fabric 6” by 9”.
  2. Cut two lengths of elastic 7” long. With the right side facing up, clip or pin one end of the elastic about ½” from the top right against the raw edge of the 6” side. Being careful not to twist the elastic, do the same with the other end of the elastic on the bottom. Repeat on the other side. Stitch each corner of elastic into place.
  3. “Sandwich” the piece of fabric with the elastic attached between the other two pieces of fabric. Pin or clip into place. Sew around the perimeter of the rectangle, leaving a 2” opening for turning.
  4. Turn the piece right side out and press. Be sure to press the opening closed.
  5. Using your fingertips, pinch the top of the fabric into a pleat that is about ½ – ¾” wide and pin or clip into place. Repeat about halfway down. The finished size should be about 3- 3.5” wide. Press flat. Using a ¼” seam allowance, topstitch all the way around the mask.

Craft Notes
*Please note that due to the current shortage supplies in certain areas, you may need to check your local retailers either online or in your area for availability or substitutions.

Instructions

Craft Notes
*Please note that due to the current shortage supplies in certain areas, you may need to check your local retailers either online or in your area for availability or substitutions.

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