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Face Mask Tutorials

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Class Overview

Whether you're pulling out spare fabric and stitching on your machine, or simply folding up some fabric with hair ties, these face mask tutorials can help walk you through the process. A DIY bias-tape tutorial is included!

While homemade face masks are not medical-grade and are not in any way a substitute for N95 or surgical masks, they could potentially discourage touching your face and signal that you're trying to protect yourself and others.

To get the free patterns, click on "Projects & Supplies" above, or on the Resources tab in the video player.


  • beginner
  • 4 episodes
  • 18m

Included in this Class

1. Mimi G Style's DIY Overhead Face Mask

1. Mimi G Style's DIY Overhead Face Mask

Bluprint instructor Mimi G details step-by-step how to make a face mask using both a lining and main (aka fashion) fabric with tightly woven cotton. This version has elastic that wraps all the way around your head for comfort during long-term wear.

2. Pleated No-Elastic Face Mask

2. Pleated No-Elastic Face Mask

When you put pleats in your face mask, it allows it to get bigger and smaller as needed, offering up more fit options for a variety of face shapes and sizes. This easy-to-sew tutorial shows you how to make them, along with comfortable ties that won't tug on your ears. Bonus: if you aren't able to find bias tape in stock, you can totally make your own from any spare fabric you have lying around.

3. No-Sew Folded Face Mask

3. No-Sew Folded Face Mask

You only need three items, two fresh hair ties and some fabric, to make this face mask. Consider it a fast, simple way to whip one up with stuff you have lying around the house.