Find out how to make a pretty neck headscarf face mask, with or without a filter pocket. Super pretty and trendy, and no elastic required!
I recently started a brand-new sewing group filled with kindred spirits, people who like to stitch stunning things! There are many extremely skilled sewists in this group, in addition to many who being presented (or re-introduced) to the world of stitching through the making of face masks!.?. !! Among the very first demands this group had for me was to produce a trendy scarf face mask, the kind that looks feminine, dressy, and trendy! So I developed this lovely neck headscarf face mask that can function as a stylish headscarf when you do not need the face mask itself– you just tuck it under! I’m happy to share this pattern with you and reveal you how to stitch this lovely scarf face mask!
.?. !! Why Face Masks? The CDC continues to recommend that everyone over the age of 2 wear cloth face coverings when leaving their houses. And recently, numerous states have actually started requiring that we wear face masks in public. This 2-3 layer face mask with an optional filter pocket is intended to prevent or slow community transmission and meet public mask-wearing requirements.
Here’s how charming the scarf face mask looks when you have the mask part embeded!
This scarf face mask is very lightweight, yet can still accommodate an optional filter if you select. It ties behind your neck, much like a scarf:
Prepared to make your own neck scarf face masks? This detailed tutorial shows you how to do it. This post includes some affiliate links for your benefit (which implies if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will make a small commission but it will not cost you a cent more)! Read my full disclosure policy.
Products to Make a Pretty Scarf Face Mask with an Optional Filter Pocket
- (Optional) 1/4 ″ broad elastic, 11 inches (I didn’t utilize it in this tutorial– I decided to make my ear loops from the exact same material instead)