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So many people are looking for easy ways to make a face mask. Even if you have sewing skills you may not want to get out the sewing machine. This DIY no-sew face mask from Cricut was ridiculously easy with my Cricut Maker but they even have a free template so you can make one even if you don’t have a Cricut machine at all! This face mask is made from a t-shirt using 2 layers. You can then add a layer inside of tighter woven cotton or even a filter if you’d like.

DIY No-Sew Face Mask from a T-shirt – Video

I made this IGTV video for a campaign with Cricut but got such a great response on Instagram I thought I’d share it here too!

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AD: Are you wearing a face mask when going out? Or want to make some for family or friends? @officialcricut has been busy getting some new mask projects up & they have a couple of great ones to choose from already! I had a poll in stories yesterday & the majority of you wanted to see how to make the no-sew face mask so I made a video of how to make it (it's SO easy). Watch this + check out their projects in Design Space or on the Cricut blog – they even have a printable pattern for those without a Cricut machine at all! This one is super simple and is made with a t-shirt so you don't even need to go to the store. It still allows you to customize it to add a filter or extra piece of fabric if you needed to. They've got some ear saver projects going up too in case you have to wear one all day at work. How are you all doing? #cricutcreated #diyfacemask

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DIY No-Sew Face Mask from a T-shirt – Templates

Check out Cricuts blog post about making this mask. They have info on making it with a Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore, and without a Cricut machine at all. Here are the links to the projects in Design Space:

Cotton t-shirts are preferred. If your t-shirt has stretch make sure not to stretch it too much when cutting or the pattern may be a little small for you.

This is comfortable to wear for short spurts but if you’re wearing for longer you might want to find an ear saver project to make along with it!

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Allison Waken is the founder, writer, photographer, and content creator of All for the Memories and All for the Boys.

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