Learn how to sew a DIY face mask with a filter pocket, elastic straps, and a close fit to the face. This is a free pattern & fabric face mask tutorial to make with your Cricut or by hand, and it comes in multiple sizes.
Maintaining 6-feet social distancing and frequent hand washing remains most important to slowing the spread of Cornavirus Disease. CDC (and our Canadian government for my fellow Canucks) is additionally advising the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus. You can use fabric face coverings as an additional, voluntary public health measure.
PLEASE NOTE: This face mask is NOT rated for disease control and not considered PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). For a direct link on this, visit the CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html Please research how to properly use and clean a fabric face mask before wearing it. Recommendations for using fabric face masks have been changing, so watch these via the CDC or your governments’ website.
Disclosure: The embedded YouTube video in this blog post is sponsored by Cricut.
You can make this DIY face mask with a Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore Air 2, or by hand.
- If you have a Cricut Maker, you can cut fabric on your machine.
- If you have an Explore machine, you can cut paper to trace the pattern on fabric.
- If you don’t have a Cricut, Cricut has a downloadable PDF pattern available on their blog! Click here to get the free PDF DIY face mask pattern on Cricut’s blog.
- There is even a no-sew option on the Cricut blog as well.
Watch my video tutorial below to learn how to make a DIY fabric face mask, or click on this link to get the step-by-step written instructions and free face mask pattern from Cricut:
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