DIY Sew Your Own Face Mask
Posted by on 9/3/2020 to DIY
You don't need to be a professional to sew your own face mask. Following the steps in the video below will have you sewing and creating your own mask before you know it. With all the fabrics to choose from in stores, you can create one that matches your personality.
Completed mask following tutorial
Watch the tutorial here
Please note these are not medical grade masks.
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