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Coronavirus Masks
April 5, 2020, 9:12 pm
Filed under: Coronavirus Masks

The material for the masks is a reusable grocery bag. Since I don’t own a sewing machine, these are sewn by hand. I used a plastic covered paper clip for the nose piece. I sewed it tightly into the top center secured on both ends so it stays in place.

I tried multiple layers on my first mask (on the bottom in the photo) and it works but it feels too warm to wear for any length of time. Even without the second tie, it is secure under my chin.

The second mask (on the top) is a single layer and much better. Instead of attaching another piece of cloth to tie, I angled a connector to the top long piece of cloth.

These will do until we can find real masks.


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but where’s the directions? we all need to know!

Comment by sharon

Hi Sharon, If you Google search ‘coronavirus mask pattern’, you get lots of options. I don’t know of one that is any better than another.

Comment by melitastitches4fun

Go to SheCanSew.com and you can get a number of directions for different styles.
Sue

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