Sat, Jan 29|
Beginner Project - Face Mask covers
Face mask covers are a great way to double up on wearing a mask without having 2 strings hanging around your ears. In addition, it reduces your spend on having to buy more masks. This class walks you through the process of making mask covers using fabric you likely already have at home.
Time & Location
Jan 29, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
About the Event
TIME: 10am - 11:00am ET
AGE GROUP: 8 and above
Difficulty: Beginner sewers - some sewing experience needed.
Prerequisite: We recommend taking our Introduction to Sewing Class prior to taking this class.
Face mask covers are fun to make and also make a thoughtful gift for friends and family.
This live class will walk you through the process of making a face mask cover using materials you likely have on hand as a beginner sewer.
To be successful, you should be able to properly sew simple stitches using your sewing machine.
- Sewing machine
- Fabrics you plan on using. A fat quarter is recommended - approximately 18″ x 21″
- Iron and Ironing board
- Measuring tape
- Sewing clips
If you have any questions, please fill out the form on our site and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Tips for successful online lessons:
🧵 - Have your materials ready or a note pad and pen close by incase you have questions and want to either ask in class or after class via email.
🧵 - Make sure you have good internet connection to ensure you stay connected, I will record the session as well and make it available to those who attend.
🧵 - Avoid distractions around you to ensure you are able to get the most out of the lesson.
Don't know how to sew? Join us for one of our Intro to Sewing classes to learn the basics.
Sewing a Face Mask Cover
+$0.25 service fee
This is a VIRTUAL class. You will need computer access, internet access as well as the materials noted in the description field. You will receive the pattern for making these after registration is complete.
+$0.25 service fee