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Medical Masks

By: Wendy Robbins from myfrenchtwist.com
Updated April 15, 2020
Medical Masks
Medical Masks

"I’m making flowers for everyone. Well, actually I’m making masks, but I’m using up fabric remnants from my sewing stash, and that means girly, colorful, playful prints. Like I said – flowers for everyone. Even for my conservative corporate husband. If we need to wear medical masks during this unexpected pandemic, who says they have to look somber and institutional? Why not pretty? In fact, I think these floral masks just might add a touch of happy to an otherwise scary situation."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine

Easy

Materials List

  • one piece of cotton fabric – 9″ x 14″
  • two pieces of thin elastic – 6 1/2″ in length
  • two pieces double fold bias tape – 6″ in length

Instructions

  1. Cut a piece of fabric 9″ x 14″. With right sides together, fold in half and stitch together.

  2. Trim seam; turn right side out and press.

  3. Fold pleats as shown below and pin. Baste the ends to keep the pleats in place.

  4. Cut two pieces of elastic, each measuring 6 1/5″ in length. Pin in place, as shown below, and stitch.

  5. Cut two pieces of bias tape approximately 6″ long. Pin one to each end of the mask and stitch, as shown in the photos below.

  6. Finally, fold the elastic towards the outside and make another stitch down the edge to keep it in place.

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