How to Make a Face Mask

How to Make a Face Mask with Chic n Scratch, Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Angie Juda

My project for you today is How to Make a Face Mask.  I mentioned on Friday that I was going to have a Sew Saturday and that I would be making Face Masks.  But then we got the news that our county is going on lockdown.  I had to run to the pharmacy and the grocery store one final time.  And, then I was physically and mentally exhausted. 

There are multiple ways to make a Face Mask and I’ve done lots of research.  The one I’m sharing with you today a simple and easy Face Mask… but, it’s not up to code. The way I look at it is .. wearing this is better than not wearing anything.  You can add more layers of fabric, you can add fusible fleece.  But, I will warn you… the more layers you add, the hotter you get.  I personally can only handle two layers.  

I have made masks for my immediate family (Dave, Brooke, Chase and Jessica) and I choose Royals fabric because all my fabric is at the lake house and the only masculine fabric I have here in Kansas is my Kansas City Royals fabric (now you know the rest of the story). 

How to Video

Step by Step instructions on how to make a Face Mask.

Instruction Sheet

Our Free Instruction Sheet  includes a picture of the project with measurements and supplies. Click on the image below to print it. 


  • Two pieces of Fabric that measure 9″ x 6″ – I’ve changed my measurements to 9″ x 6-1/2″.
  • Two pieces of 1/4″ Flat Elastic 7″
  • If using ties – I use four pieces that measure 18″

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11 thoughts on “How to Make a Face Mask”

  1. Thank you for the pattern and video. I have made some, but like your technique better. Now if I could get some elastic!!

    • I got an email from JoAnn’s Fabric. They have kids available you can pick up at the store & drop off the finished masks which they will deliver to local hospitals.

  2. Thank you for the pattern and instructions, I was lucky enough to have some extra white fabric on hand and I made them today for my family. They took no time at all and it was a good project since we do not go out except for groceries.

  3. I’m making these for nurses, what size do you recommend for Kids ages 5-10? we are doing a community get together to make them for hospitals, kids & seniors..

  4. Angie, I live in Lenexa and don’t sew at all. Would you be willing to make 4 or so of these for 2 adults and charge me for them? My husband & I work at our church pantry and would like a few like this that I can wash. Would you be interested in this idea? Thanks.


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