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How to Sew a Mask: Learn to Hand Sew by Making a Cloth Face Mask |Sewing Basics|

In this one-time course, students will learn to hand sew a cloth face mask that they can wear.
Miss Emily
211 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 2 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
40 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

How does a "One-Time" class work?

Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers

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Class Experience

Learners will learn how to make a cloth face mask and leave class will a new mask they can wear or donate.
I began sewing as a child and became a professional seamstress as an adult. I have created a huge variety of pieces like baby clothing, custom ballgowns, period costumes, and more. I have also worked as a costumer on many musicals such as "Les Miserable" and "Beauty and the Beast." 
1. Fabric, about three 6" x 9" pieces are needed, for one adult-sized mask, but you can get as much fabric and make as many masks as you wish! A "fat quarter" can be used to make a mask. A fat quarter is a precut piece of material measuring 18 inches x 22 inches. Sold in craft stores or in the fabric/section sections of big chain stores. Fat quarters are usually colorful, cheap, 100% cotton. Each fat quarter will make one adult mask. Any material can be used but 100% cotton is preferable for comfort and durability. (Fabric should be prewashed before being used to make a mask.) 2. 1/8" flat Elastic or 1/16" round elastic, 5-7 inches for each mask depending on the head size. (flat elastic is easiest to use when hand sewing.) 3. Sharp scissors 4. Thread 5. Hand needles, (or machine needles if using a sewing machine.) 6. Sewing pins and pincushion (Safety pins can do in a pinch but are not as effective to use.) 7. Measuring tape, ruler, or another way to measure fabric and elastic. 8. Iron and ironing board 9. Pencil or fabric-marking chalk
40 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Sewing a face mask will require using sharp needles and sharp scissors. Please be available if you feel your learner will need assistance using these tools.


Miss Emily
Lives in the United States
Teacher, Singer, Storyteller, Artist, Friend
211 total reviews
173 completed classes

About Me

Once upon a time, a little girl stood in front of her imaginary blackboard giving lessons to her stuffed animals. As her mother watched her teaching her furry friends, she knew her daughter was fated to be a teacher. As mothers often are, she was... 
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