How to Make a Face Mask from a Shirt No-Sew – Rae Gun Ramblings
This easy homemade face mask is great in a pinch when you find yourself desperate for a grocery run or having to go to the doctors. While I want to emphasize that staying home really is best, as more and more areas are requiring mask to be out it’s good to know how to make your own.
And of course remember that masks should be changed and washed in between every outing. Please only use this when absolutely necessary paired with proper hand washing and social distancing.
How to Make a Face Mask from a Shirt
All you need is T-shirt you are willing to part with. Yes you’ll have to cut it to make this face mask.
No-Sew Face Mask Supplies
You’ll want to try to use a man’s shirt or unisex shirt. You want more coverage and the bulk of your mask will come from the sleeve.
Making a Homemade Face Mask Out of a Shirt
While this is not the same level of protection as a surgical mask it is better than nothing when you have to head out. I was pleasantly surprised at how comfortable and good a fit I was able to achieve with this method.
If you want to make two masks out of one shirt you can cut a second strip from the bottom of the shirt. Even without the hem it will do fine as ear loops or ties.
How to Make a Face Mask from a T-Shirt
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