How to sew a reusable face mask – Quick and easy tutorial with Billette's Baubles: I hope this helps all you that are wanting to create your own facemasks. Enjoy!
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How to sew a reusable face mask - Quick and easy tutorial with Billette's Baubles

Author by: Billettes Baubles Eco Alternatives



  1. The outbreak of respiratory illness resulting from Corona-virus is going viral, face mask is in severe shortage! Why not making one yourself? I buy some organic cotton muslin burp cloths on the DEFONO store on Amazon as the fabric of the mask. I made 16 masks for healthcare workers. I am constantly making masks and sending them to hospitals and nursing homes, I recommend the mask fabric to you, I hope you can also sew masks for those in need, I can we will get thru this together, I hope this helps some of you and stay safe.

  2. I made some masks and they came out great but do you have any idea why my thread jams every time I go over the pleading??

  3. thank you so much, finally a easy tutorial I can follow. Will be making these for family and friends xx

  4. Elastic was hard to find so I went to the Dollar tree and bought packages of elastic headbands. Colorful, soft and sturdy. 12 bands for a buck = 12 masks for adults sizes.

  5. Thanks for this awesome tutorial. I have seen countless videos on how to make these and yours is by far the best and easiest to follow.

  6. I like these a lot, I was having a hard time with the pleats because of the bulk, now it’s much easier. Ty so much for taking the time to do this video, blessing be safe ❤️

  7. I’m finding the 7” elastic too loose to keep mask fitted has anyone lease had that problem? Or do I just have a small head 🤭

  8. Been through so many YouTube videos for face masks. I am no seamstress—except to make inner linings for my crochet bags—and a lot of knowledge is assumed. Thank you for avoiding the 20 minute disclaimer as we know these are not surgical. I was even surprised that you got right to the project. THANK YOU for clear instructions. (Something I learned is to stitch the perimeter…if you prewash…the cute little packs of cotton fabrics fray so much!)

  9. Why not use one long peice of cotton and hotdog the flannel inside between the the 2 pieces…less sewing and less cutting

  10. So glad I came across your very well explained and easy sewing demonstration, this is certainly going to help me to make some much needed masks. My daughter works in a group home for special needs adults and our town is out of masks. Thank you again

  11. Hello, will you be selling some in your Etsy shop? For those who don’t have a sewing machine! Like always, love your videos!! Thank you so much for sharing!!! From: TX

  12. Great pattern and as usual from you the directions are so easy to follow, I have been making the Deaconess Hospital pattern but I’m switching to this one, thank you Desiree.


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