Learn Together: Sewn Face Masks 101: Hand Sewing

Sunday, May 17, 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Gather some cotton fabric, a needle and thread and join MakeHaven Facilitator Meghan to learn how to hand sew a face mask for use in the community.


Suggested materials:

  • 100% cotton fabric ** Note that cotton SHRINKS! We suggest shrinking your fabric by washing and drying in hot ahead of time**
  • Needle
  • Thread
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Iron & ironing board if you have it
  • Pins (to hold fabric together while you sew)
  • Elastic if you have it (1/4" ideally), or material for ties such as flat shoelaces, strips of t-shirt material, or twill tape
  • Metal nose bridge piece: garden or jewelery wire, pipe cleaner, or twist-tie


Real name: 
Meghan Tuttle
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