Monday, April 13, 2020

Quiltsmart Printed Cotton DIY Face Masks

EASY with printed cotton!  See video for step-by-steps!
This mask is supported by the Central Oregon Emergency Mask Makers (COEMM) & St. Charles Hospital, Bend, Oregon. 
Information is posted on the Quiltsmart Home Page (, and on the COEMM Facebook page.  Mask panels are available for groups - email us your needs at, a little about your group, and how many panels you are looking to get - we will try to support!  

Stay home, save lives!

Each panel makes 8 masks.  The panel is the lining of the mask.  It is printed with pleat lines, sewing lines, nose-piece lines.... it's great!  The mask is open on the bottom so a filter can be placed inside.  You will need ties (2 ties at 36" long each) and the mask-front fabric (1 mask: 7.5" x 9" - 4 masks: 9" x 32" - We suggest you watch the video first).

Proceeds from the online Face Mask Panels at this time go to the Central Oregon Emergency Mask Makers.
Great project for beginners!

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We will be having more LIVE classes for the masks (and other Quiltsmart Patterns) as the need warrants.  Kids at home?  What a great family project!  If you need help, let me know (I was a teacher for 12 years.) 

Take Care, 


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