Introduction: Face Mask
There are many face mask PDF patterns on line, but this is little different. This mask is tightly molded to person’s face and doesn’t have center front seam
pass tip of the nose for breathability. Wire at the top enables person to mold it around her and his nose and close the gap between eyes and the cheeks. I developed this pattern and prototype on March 23rd and already e/mailed to many people after posting on my social media pages. However, everyone’s face is slightly different size and shape and it can be customized by increasing and decreasing width and the height.
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24” width and 12” long piece of fabric suitable for a face mask; 10” long 18-20 GG jewelry or floral soft wire;
1/4” wide and 11” long elastic for over ears and about 26”-27” long for over the head style; Scissors, Sewing Machine; Thread.
Question 3 years ago
I like this version very much but no pdf come up when I click on download. Can you check on that? What do you think about using pipe cleaner as the bendable piece?
Answer 3 years ago
I haven't tried pipe cleaner myself but a lot of people seem to be using it. If you're worried about it rusting, I've heard the suggestion to leave an opening in the little pocket you sew for the wire so you can remove it when you put the mask in the wash.
3 years ago
This is a neat version of a diy face mask, thank you for sharing. If you had any additional photos of the general process of making it, I'd encourage you to add more steps with any additional detail a person may possibly need to be able to successfully make your version. Just a tip! Great work, stay safe! : )
Reply 3 years ago
Sorry, I am new to this website. Have you found manual PDF file enclosed? I added one more picture. Thank you
Reply 3 years ago
I still do not see a pdf of your pattern. If you open up your instructable to edit, you can add a pdf file just like a photo, and it will appear in your step and be accessible for readers to grab and use. Hope this helps!