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Print off this fitted face mask sewing pattern and make your own masks that fit your face comfortably! This homemade fitted mask is contoured around the nose and is less bulky than a pleated mask. Includes 5 sizes for kids and grownups.
The fitted mask curves around the nose and slightly under the chin for a comfortable mask that stays in location! If you like this way this mask fits, likewise attempt the 3D mask!
The fitted mask also requires less fabric than pleated masks and consists of an optional pocket for a filter. You can also include a wire strip to the top of the nose.
This mask is great for kids going back to school and for grownups that want a more comfy mask that needs less adjusting.
I think the most essential part of this protective mask is that it fits your face so well you will not require to adjust it continuously for comfort!
Hands near your face adjusting a mask is counterproductive if you are attempting to keep germs out so I seem like this mask is excellent for that.
There is a filter pocket in this mask so you can insert your choice of product (extra cotton, etc) or pre-made filters inside.
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* I advise two different cotton fabrics to make it much easier to distinguish the front from the back so you remember which method to use it. This mask is technically reversible, but you will wish to use it the very same way between washings.
Face Mask PDF for Kid and Grownups
Click the button below to download the fitted mask pattern. Put your email in the field and you’ll be taken to the download page.
This pattern download has 5 sizes. Pick your size based on your age. If you know you have a smaller sized or bigger face, do not hesitate to measure or down accordingly. Size can also be changed in the length of the ear loops.
Fitted Face Mask Pattern
Print the pattern at 100 % or DO NOT SCALE.
This pattern will fit on 1 page. Face Mask Sewing Pattern Elastic
Lengths If you can, try out the mask prior to connecting it off to make certain the lengths are right for your mask user. Here are some typical lengths to start with for ear loops! Elastic lengths will vary based on head size. Use longer lengths to make the mask walk around the head rather of over the ear. See this post for an example.
Face Mask Sewing Pattern Recommendations
Use a 1/4 ″ seam allowance unless otherwise noted.
Cut out 2 layers of each main and lining material.
The two layers ought to be mirror-image of each other, so cut two pieces out on a folded piece of material to attain that.
Press material. Pin primary pieces together with ideal sides together along the curve. If you are fretted about your pins producing leaks in the fabric, usage sewing clips in place of pins.
Sew along the curved edge with a 1/4 ″ joint allowance.
Repeat with lining pieces.
Turn primary fabric ideal side out. Leave lining inside out. Press both.
To leave an opening to place a filter, stitch the lining pieces together, leaving a 1.5-2 ″ opening in the middle of the curve. Backstitch.
Open the mask and press. Topstitch along the sides of the filter pocket opening.
Slip the main fabric into the inside out lining. Pin layers together with best sides together.
Open the masks so your top and bottom edges match. Sew along the leading and bottom edges at 1/4 ″.
Turn ideal side out and press well.
Topstitch along the top and bottom, 1/8 ″ from edges.
Sew a housing at the top of the mask by stitching another seam, 1/4 ″ from the topstitching.
Slip your nose wire into the housing.
Bend it around the top curve and. Sew stitching on either side to secure nose piece in location. Backstitch.
Fold side of mask over 1/4 ″ on the lining side. Press.
Fold side under again 3/8 ″ and press.
Tuck ear loop flexible into the fold. Pin fabric down.
Stitch near the edge of the folded fabric to create a casing for the elastic. Stitch, trying not to sew over the flexible!
Connect flexible in a knot and spin around to tuck knot into the case. Repeat on the other side.
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