Face Mask From 100% Cotton Tee Shirt.

Introduction: Face Mask From 100% Cotton Tee Shirt.

About: Mechanical design Engineer, formerly with IBM and now designing medical devices.

How to make a face mask to help protect you from viruses like Covid 19.

You'll need a 100% cotton Teeshirt, scissors, short length of 14G copper wire and a sewing machine (or needle and thread).

The instruction are for an adult size but design is easily scalable for smaller adults, It fits snugly, is quite comfortable and easy to breath through.

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Step 1: Face Mask Made From Tee Shirt

Two layers of 100% Cotton made an appreciable barrier to viruses such as Covid 19....its not as good as a N95 Mask but a lot better than nothing.

You can make at least three adult sized masks from a single XL sized tee shirt.

Download the Tee Mask.pdf to see what you need and how to do it.

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