Help your family and community with this T-shirt Mask Pattern!
This is a sewing pattern to make face masks with common fabrics that are found in your home. Right now is a serious pandemic in our society and world. Many hospitals are asking for consumers to sew masks for their staff, as medical supplies are dwindling in some areas. Unfortunately, the supplies to sew masks are also dwindling. We recently heard that elastic was becoming harder to find and wanted to come up with an idea to help!
This mask is currently being requested by our community hospital in Northern Michigan, and we are positive that there will be more locations requiring community help before this pandemic is over.
We are aware that this mask will not entirely repel germs or virus, however, according to the CDC, anything helps. We are uniting together to show our support!
This mask is ONLY for ADULT SIZES at this time. However, as you can see from the last picture in this listing, you can twist the ear bands to make it smaller
Feel free to use this pattern to mass produce masks for your home and community. This is the one that we are giving out to our community. This design takes about 5 minutes to make at a time, so we strongly encourage you to use this pattern if possible when making massive amounts of them for healthcare professionals.
The small fee here is for the upkeep of our website and time to design the pattern.
This T-Shirt Face Mask Sewing Pattern Includes:
- Printable pattern pieces Adult Sizes on 8.5x11" paper
- Serger or Zig-Zag stitch directions
- sewing machine directions
- Fabric suggestions
- Step by step directions with real life images for each step
- 100% Support from a professional seamstress
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The pattern designer has no responsibility regarding germs, disease, or health concerns of the purchaser. This is a sewing pattern to make a fabric covering for the face. Fabric choices and hygiene are the responsibility of the purchaser. Research and medical grade fabrics are the responsibility of the purchaser to make the masks compliant with CDC requirements to stop transmission of disease. This pattern or the designer does not, in any way, attempt to imply that simple fabric will completely stop the transmission of disease.