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  • Fabric face masks are a quick and easy DIY and we'll walk you through it step by step.

  • Begin by cutting a 15-inch by 8-inch piece of fabric.

  • Fold it in half, then measure three inches in from each edge and mark,

  • leaving a space between the marks open to accommodate a filter.

  • When you're done, bring the seam to the center.

  • Now, cut two 7-inch pieces of elastic and pin them between the layers of fabric.

  • One end at each corner on each side of the mask.

  • Then, just sew along the edges to close up the sides and secure the elastic.

  • Turn the fabric right side out, press it, and you're ready to add pleats!

  • To make the pleats, mark the fabric by placing pins one inch from the bottom on

  • each side of the mask. Now, keep pinning all the way across.

  • We'll put the correct spacing on the screen for you.

  • These pleats are important because they help the mask expand completely to cover

  • your nose and chin. When your pins are in place, fold the fabric lining up the pins.

  • Secure with extra if needed and sew along the edge.

  • Continue doing that on each side of the mask and it's ready to go!

  • Easy right? Now that you have it down you can make some masks for yourself and

  • some extras to donate.

Fabric face masks are a quick and easy DIY and we'll walk you through it step by step.

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    Erina Kawagishi posted on 2020/05/21
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