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How To Sew A Face Mask

How To Sew A Face Mask
How To Sew A Face Mask

"Learn how to sew a face mask with this easy to follow picture tutorial. Mix and match with your favorite fabrics to create a stylist yet functional protection piece. This won't totally protect you from the virus but may give you some level of assurance that you are covered from whatever may come your way. Takes about 20 minutes to make. You can definitely make a few of these for your family and friends this season."

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Notes: In settings where professional/medical-grade face masks are not available, the general public is encouraged to wear face coverings: "The CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission."

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I love this mask! I have to say though it isn't 1 size fits all. I recommend having 2 or 3 layers.

@woodemily7772011 0 784381 how do you know that this mask will not protect you from COVID-19 It certainly looked like it followed all guidelines and if you are simply saying you got COVID while wearing it the mask is not to blame. You are right in the fact that this mask won't protect you from the Corona-virus, no mask does they simply reduce your chances. It isn't up to you to decide if this mask protects you!

I think that the point of any face mask is NOT to protect the wearer from catching a virus but to protect others from catching a virus from the wearer..... just saying.



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