Sew A Germ Free Face mask with this Germ Free face mask Pattern
This is a sewing pattern to make your own reversible Germ free face mask. The pattern has multiple sizes so that you can fit a Germ Free Face Mask on anyone from ages 3 - XL adult!
The sewing pattern also has two styles to choose from: FITTED and FAST. The Fitted face mask pattern is very easy, and has a chin strap to hold the mask in exactly the right place without bunching. It is fitted to the user's face. The FAST face mask pattern is EXCEPTIONALLY easy and is incredibly fast to put together. This can come in handy when everyone in the house is sick. What a great way to keep germs under control!
The Germ free face mask pattern includes helpful fabric hints to make a face mask for next to nothing or for free! Of course there is an added image for each step and helpful sizing charts to help you determine the appropriate size for you or your child.
The Germ Free Face Mask includes sizes:
3-6 yrs. Up to 4" from the bridge of the nose to the chin.
6-10 yrs. Up to 4.5" from the bridge of the nose to the chin.
10-14 yrs. Up to 5" from the bridge of the nose to the chin.
Average adult. Up to 5.5" from the bridge of the nose to the chin.
XL adult. Up to 6" from the bridge of the nose to the chin.
Use this face mask pattern when there is a coughing person in the house to keep those germs from spreading.
Use the face mask when you are visiting a hospital or nursing home.
Use the face mask when you are taking care of or visiting loved ones who are immune sensative.
Use the face mask when it is allergy season to help filter out some allergins.
Use the face mask when you are spray painting or spraying other types of chemicals.
Use the face mask when you are cleaning your home or bathroom.
In Japan, these type of face masks are becoming a standard for street wear!
This Germ Free Face Mask Pattern Includes:
Printable pattern pieces for 5 sizes (Age 3 - XL adult)
Two Styles - Fitted or FAST (patterns are both printable on separate sheets)
Regular sewing machine directions
Fabric suggestions & supply list
Budget friendly ideas to help you save $$ on supplies
Step by step directions with real life images for each step
100% Support from a professional seamstress
My designing started with cloth diapers when my budget wasn't enough to cover disposable diapers. I realized that I couldn't keep the diaper pattern for only myself and made it into an easy tutorial ...
My designing started with cloth diapers when my budget wasn't enough to cover disposable diapers. I realized that I couldn't keep the diaper pattern for only myself and made it into an easy tutorial for other moms. After rave reviews and my new passion for designing, I continued to make designs for other moms. I absolutely love it. I love that designing patterns helps others be able to make their budget work.
I live in a small town in Michigan where there is basically woods and farms. I have 5 beautiful daughters and a handsome son. Our hope as a family is to make a home for more babies who need us.
I hope that you love my patterns as much as I do. I really like to hear about your experiences too. Feel free to message me or email me!