Medical workers prefer masks that connect behind the head rather than flexible ear loops as they rub the back of the ears and trigger awful irritation. This incredibly simple face mask utilizes clothesline/shoelace rather of elastic and is extremely simple to stitch, even for novice sewists.
There are two sizes to select from– adult and kids. The design is truly flexible and the tie style helps the mask mold to the face and avoids gaping of the sides.
Simply 7 straight stitches and the mask is done. It includes filter pocket for those who choose to include an additional filter and (optional) nose wire piece.
The “Quick and Easy Mask” has actually both written instructions with a lots of action by step images AND video tutorial for the visual students.
All you require is: fabric, tie, basic sewing ideas and few extra minutes of your time. The style is incredibly easy, and the guide basically guide you through every step of the way, so that you can sew up this NO flexible face mask even if you are a complete newbie in sewing. It is so simple, that if you can sew a straight stitch and follow directions, you can stitch it!
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