The Face Masks I Made – I am going to share with you all the different Face Masks that I have made. I stopped counting after I made my 25th mask. #FaceMask
The Face Masks I Made
All of these were made by hand. My wife helped me to make these too. I did the sewing part, she helped to do folding, ironing, etc.
I did do some all myself, when I do them by myself I can do around 6 an hour now. I can usually can get 8-9 mask in a yard of fabric using the method I used for these below. (The images are not in any particular order either).
When I make more, I plan to add those to this post. Check back often to see more that I made. Of course, the more I made, the better I got at them. You learn as you go on tweaks, etc.
More Face Mask
More face mask
The Snoopy above is a newer design of a previous one I had.
I am proud of myself, after not using a sewing machine since high school. Learn how I made these mask! They are very simple and easy to make, in my opinion.
I also make mine now with 1/4″ wide elastic.
Elastic is hard to find. You can use ribbon or string. I cut it 16” and tacked them on the four corners. Allows you to tie the top and bottom in the back. It may help do it this way to avoid the tug on the ears. See an example below.
Have you made mask?
If so, feel free to share some of them you made and your method for making mask.
The fabric I buy, I have been giving away to friends and family. Plus, giving some away to other people. Plus, I have been selling them too.
If you have unwanted material, feel free to send me that fabric, I could make mask with them. Any donated fabric or material, I will use to give masks away. (Needs to be cotton). Contact me to arrange sending it to me.
I also make handmade face masks, like those shown below on this flyer. Click on the link to be taken to the site to buy face masks.
First published May 27, 2020. Last updated November 20, 2020.