With all the hundreds of thousands of tutorials on blogs, Pinterest, and YouTube, how do you know which type of Face Mask is right for you? Today I am covering my three different Face Mask to help you decide which is right.
These three mask styles are all comfortable and much easier to breathe in than some of the earlier designs I was stitching for my family. I must admit there are reasons I use each of these at different types, depending on the time of the day and at different locations. See below my bullet points of the pros for each.
Creative Grids Face Mask Template
Even though the template is for purchase you can still learn lots of great tips and tricks from watching this video! The Creative Grids Face Mask Template comes in three sizes with measurements for elastic and an optional pleat. It’s pretty easy to sew and I show how to add a nose bridge inside. Click here to read the blog and see all the suggestions tools and materials.
Gaiter Face Mask
Definitely a breathable mask. The fabric used is 4-way stretch making it comfortable on your face and adding the nose bridge makes keeping it on your face a breeze and great for wearing glasses. Read the complete blog here for video and suggested supplies and materials.
Scarf Face Mask
This accessory/necessity is by far the most comfortable! I like wearing this when I’m out shopping because I can easily keep my face mask close without looking silly! Click here for the blog and list of supplies needed and to watch the video.
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