DIY Fabric Face Mask

By Angel Macaraig - Wednesday, April 08, 2020

I received my first ever sewing machine (Brother JV1400) as a Christmas present from PJ last December 2019. I didn't have much time for sewing, not until the start of ECQ — when everybody's mandated to stay at home due to COVID-19. Never have I imagined for such pandemic to occur/happen in my lifetime. I wish this would end real soon πŸ˜₯.

Brother JV1400 — Thanks PJ for this gift! ❤️

During the ECQ, if I am not working remotely, I am probably busy watching Netflix (K-drama, LOL) or sewing mini-projects. The latest one I did was a DIY Fabric Face Mask. It's also very timely since we currently have a shortage of face masks due to its high demand. Note though that this fabric face mask is not intended for medical use. I also didn't have the appropriate raw materials and just recycled fabric from my cabinet. 

In this blog entry, I'll be sharing 2 face mask tutorials I found online, which I think are very easy to follow. 😊

Tutorial 1: DIY Face Mask by Hobby Lobby

My Output (Photo & Timelapse Video):

Tutorial 2: Sew DIY Fabric Face Mask by Made Everyday

My Output:

It feels so great to be doing something new! πŸ˜Š Did you also sew your own face mask? Let me see your output in the comment section below. 😊

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