How To Make A Fabric Mask At Home

Learn to make fabric face mask at home with this easy pattern. No Sewing Machine is required. Watch the video tutorial now.
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We recently shared a roundup of our favorite face masks and also some super cute dog face masks. Today, you will be shown how to make a face mask with fabric at home.

We have selected an easy-to-follow video from our WHOot Contributor Dixie of Treasurie. The best part about this project is it is a simple pattern that is beginner-friendly. You will be thrilled with the results and you can either hand stitch or use your sewing machine forthis project.

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DIY Face Mask Supplies Needed

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Dixie has an amazing detailed tutorial on her site where she discusses the very best style of straps to attach to your mask, and those that survive the washing machine the best. She has 2 popular styles to choose from and they can be adapted to suit your face and requirements.

  • Style #1 is a single-layered pleated style of face mask pattern.
  • Style #2 is a double layer shaped style of face mask pattern.

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For those that would like to make their fabric mask double-layered – Cut 2 squares and place them on top of each other with wrong sides together and then treat them as one for the rest of the tutorial.

Dixie recommends using different colored fabrics so you can tell the front from the back.

How To Make Fabric Mask Video Tutorial

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This video from Treasurie has had over nearly three million views on youtube and gets great feedback as evidenced by the comments above.

In order to achieve the best possible result, we highly recommend that you watch the tutorial. Click Play above to view now ^

Where to find Dixie

Dixie is our WHOot Contributor who is generously sharing her projects and videos with us. We would ask you to please like her on Facebook and subscribe to her youtube channel too.

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