Quick & Easy DIY Face Mask {Printable Pattern} | Skip To My Lou

Quick & Easy DIY Face Mask {Printable Pattern} | Skip To My Lou

Sew this DIY Face Mask in minutes! With a tiny bit of fabric and elastic, you can make a comfortable and stylish face mask. Use my free printable pattern in small, medium, and large.

If you are making loads of homemade face masks and want to give them here are some cute face mask tags.

Our first masks were made from tightly woven cotton. My daughter, who now wears a mask to school every day likes the feel of a softer knit fabric.

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Child’s DIY Facemask

Here are the Supplies You Need to Make a DIY Face Mask:

TIP: Pre-wash fabric before beginning this project. The masks will require frequent washing and you don’t want them to shrink after you sew them.

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Face Mask Supplies

Get Your Face Mask Pattern Ready

First, you will need to download the face mask pattern. There are three sizes to make a kid’s fabric mask or one for women or men.

SMall Face Mask Pattern For Kids

The small size fabric face mask pattern is good for older kids and young teens. If you have a child let’s say about 6 and younger this template still works great, just use a 1/2 inch seam instead of a 1/4 inch seam.

This pattern works together so quickly it is no trouble to make one and then make adjustments so they fit perfectly on your child. With so many different face sizes it is hard to say which size will be best.

After sewing loads of masks, this mask is the best fitting most comfortable mask we have made.

Medium Face Mask Pattern

This pattern piece measure 9″ x 6 1/2″

How to Make a Fabric Face Mask

Cut out two pattern pieces out of your fabric. We used a soft stretchy cotton knit.

With right sides together stitch together the curved side using a 1/4 inch seam. Since I am using a stretchy fabric I used a stitch length of 3. You will find this setting on your sewing machine.

Clip the fabric along the curved edge close to the stitching. Be careful not to clip the seam. This will help the seam lay nicely.

Fold the mask right sides together so the curved stitching line is in the center.

Using a 1/4 inch seam start 1/2 inch away from the edge and stitch across the top, stopping 1/2 inch from the other side. Repeat along the bottom but leave a 1 1/2 inch opening for turning.

Turn mask right side out. Top stitch close to the edge, but 1/2 inch from the sides.

Cut two pieces elastic approximately 9 inches for a small mask (children), 9 1/2 +inches for a medium mask (women), 10+ inches for a large mask (men).Feed elastic pieces through the side openings.

TIP: The elastic sizing is important for fit and comfort. Each person will be different. Using the elastic cording that can be tied and knotted is a bit easier to adjust. Be sure to test elastic size before stitching the flat elastic or tying off the elastic cording. It is better to cut is larger than you think, it can always be made smaller.

Stitch the ends together about 1/4 -1/2 inch from the end. Check sizing before stitching ends of elastic.

Trim elastic close to stitching.

Pull stitched ends into the casing to hide. Finished!

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DIY Fitted Face Mask

This pattern is so quick and easy you can make a stack of masks in no time at all. We figure we need one for every day of the week.

FREE Printable Face Mask Instructions

Click on the image to print the instructions to make the DIY face masks. It just takes a few steps but keeping this guide by your sewing machine will be handy.

More Free Mask Patterns

I have you covered (pun intended) with two more styles of DIY Masks. I hope you will find them simple to sew and easy to wear.

I have a homemade DIY surgical mask pattern with sizing for kids too.

and also a face mask with filter pocket. Both are easy homemade face masks!

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