How to Make a Face Mask with Filter Pocket and Replaceable Nose Bar

In this video, Jen demonstrates how to make a fabric face mask with a pocket for a replaceable filter, and a channel for the adjustable nose bar, allowing for easy replacement. Adding these features to your custom-made face masks allows for washing and easy replacement of nose bars and filters. These form-fitting, adjustable face masks are made using the Creative Grids Face Mask Template, Shabby Fabrics colored elastic, Gypsy Quilter Nose Bars, and beads to create face masks that will fit everyone's face comfortably.

- All Face Mask Supplies

NOTIONS USED IN THIS VIDEO:

- Olfa 28mm Rotary Cutter

- Olfa Spinning Rotary Mat 12" x 12"

- Creative Grids Cutting Mat 6" x 8"

- Creative Grids 4½" x 8½" Ruler

- Clover Mini Wonder Clips

- Schmetz Topstitch Needles - Size 80/12

- Kai Embroidery Scissors

- Wool Pressing Mat

- Panasonic 360° Freestyle Cordless Iron

- Frixion Pen

We're sewing on a BERNINA 770 QE and we love it!