How to make a face mask from an old shirt – supporting the #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge

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If you've got an old shirt (or other cotton fabric) and a sewing machine, here are easy-to-follow directions for making face masks to support the Shirt off Your Back Face Mask Challenge.


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STEP-BY-STEP DIRECTIONS

For those of you who prefer directions 'on paper', we've created a PDF with step-by-step directions which you can view and download.

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Here's the supplies you'll need: 

Sewing machine, needle and thread

An old shirt or cotton fabric
(A breathable fabric, like cotton is preferred, but you can also us polycotton, wool or linen. We don't recommend nylon or plastic fabrics.) 

Sizes:

Adult: 9'x16' with 7.5 inch elastic

Youth: 8'x15' with 7 inch elastic

Child: 7'x14' with 6.5 inch elastic

Additional Materials:

Craft pipe cleaner

Coffee filter, vacuum bag filter or paper towel folded to size

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