Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Easy to Sew No Pleat Reversible Face Mask - Tutorial Tuesday

Today I have a bonus tutorial for you - a reversible no-pleat face mask. Easy peasy!

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Along with your regular sewing supplies, for this project you will need:
  • 2 pieces of fabric each measuring 9" x 9". Do you need fabric? I've just put a whole bunch of 9”x 14” pieces of cotton fabric from my stash on eBay. Check them out here!  Lots of fat quarters (measures approx. 18" x 22") are on there, too. 
  • 2 pieces of elastic each measuring 9" long. I'm using 1/8" elastic but 1/4" would be just fine.
  • Pins or Clover Wonder Clips to hold things in place
  • Iron. Here's the cordless one I'm using.
You can find the tutorial right here:



Looking for more mask tutorials? Check out all my other face mask tutorials right here:
And remember...
Wash your mask after wearing it.
Wash your hands frequently.
Keep up your social distancing.
Take care of yourself.
Be safe out there.
Stay healthy.