How To Make A No-Sew Face Mask Using T-Shirt
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"No-sew face mask is super easy to make and it follows the CDC guidelines and recommendations. I designed the face mask that you can wear in two ways. One way requires two thin hair bands that you put on pleated sides of the mask. And the other way is just twisting the mask right by the openings and put them over your ear lobes. Also, this no-sew face mask is doubled layered so you can put filter material in between. What you need to make no-sew face mask is a T-shirt and sharp scissors and free template that is available to download on my blog. The template is in adult and child size. "
NotesStay well and be safe!
Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Sewn byEither Hand or Machine
- thin hair bands - optional
- filter material - Coffee filter CDC recommendation
Cut out the face mask out of t-shirt - on fold - using my free template
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