When the CDC came out and asked people to start wearing masks, there was a little bit of a panic as people began trying to get their hands on one. But what if you could just use what you had at home? No need to leave your house! This pattern/project can be made on Maker, Explore Air 2, or even cut by hand: If you have a Cricut Maker, you can cut fabric on your machine. If you have an Explore machine, you can cut paper to trace the pattern on fabric. If you don’t have a Cricut, Cricut has a downloadable PDF pattern available on their blog!
DIY No-Sew Mask with Cricut Video
DIY No-Sew Mask with Cricut
You will need:
1. Select a fabric. An old t-shirt works great! If you are worried about the stretch of the fabric, you can cut two pieces and double them up!
2. Cut your fabric down to the size of your mat. Put it on the mat and stretch the fabric a little bit as you apply.
3. Open Design Space and select the size (adult or youth) of your no-sew mask from their projects.
4. Cut out your mask!
5. Fold the top and bottom of the mask under and iron.
6. Wear proudly!
This simple mask it designed with no elastic and to loop over each year twice.
How To Put On A No-Sew Mask
Stretch the mask out. Loop each of the top slits over each ear.