Face Mask PDF Sewing Pattern/ Filter Pocket/Nose Wire

This PDF Sewing pattern is an easy sewing tutorial so you can make your own masks. Don't have elastic? NO WORRIES.

The mask is made using an upcycled t-shirt or knit fabric for the ties. No more elastic pulling on your ears. Filter Pocket/Nose Wire/Comfortable Knit Ties/Double Layer Cotton

Easy to access filter pocket is accessed from the top back of the mask, out of the way from your mouth.

A soft coated wire is sewn in the seam at top of mask to help shape mask across nose.

Masks can be used for various situations: Outdoor pollen allergies, indoors, grocery stores, parks, nail salons, and AS A REMINDER TO NOT TOUCH YOUR FACE!!!!!

These masks are NOT MEDICAL MASKS, are NOT N95, and are NOT FDA approved.

Masks are washable and reusable.

MASK CARE: Wash before use. Masks can be washed in the washing machine with other colored clothing, and dried with them as well. Iron the pleats (optional) and you’re ready to roll.

Measurements: Face Mask Fabric WIDTH: Approx. 7.25” Face Mask LENGTH: Approx 4.25” AND EXPANDS TO 6.75” Face Mask Ties: Approx. 14"

This is a PDF PATTERN DOWNLOAD. No physical pattern will be sent.

© jhowell 2020. All rights reserved. These documents are for PERSONAL USE only. Please do not distribute, share or resell any of the files included.

Contains:

  • Measurements are in inches
  • PDF Tutorial and Pattern
  • video tutorial link

Materials you need at home:

  • Cotton FABRIC
  • SCISSORS
  • ROTARY CUTTER (OPTIONAL)
  • PINS/CLIPS (OPTIONAL)
  • RULER
  • Sewing Machine
  • wire twist ties, or craft pipe cleaners
  • Upcycled t-shirts/or knit fabric for ties
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Jan Howell

Creating things that are simple, useful and unique is what I like to do. I love working with fabrics, papers, strings, plants; items that have texture, color and fragrance. What is even more enjoyable to me, is to be able to empower others with the knowledge and skills to create things for themselves.

As a wife, a mother of three wonderful children, and as a yoga instructor, I strive to find balance in life by incorporating the simple things around me. Taking time out from the busy world to create, ponder and share is a big part of that, when done in balance. My hope is to bring to you a variety of items and information that you can use and enjoy.

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