LEARN HOW TO MAKE A FACE MASK USING A CROWN ROYAL BAG AND YOUR CRICUT!
It is looking like masks are now part of our new normal. They are very much necessary in slowing the spread of this virus. That being said, they can be a bit drab. My brother-in-law brought over a bunch of Crown Royal bags (he’s a fan of the spirit for sure!) and I wasn’t sure what to do with them.
Then, it hit me! Why not make a Crown Royal Face Mask?!
Apparently, this is nothing new. There are videos on how to make masks using the felt bags BUT none have two layers of fabric. It is recommended that face coverings be two layers at least!
FYI – This mask does not have the pocket for a filter.
In this tutorial, I’ll give you my step by step instructions and tell you what materials I think work best when making this project.
If you don’t have or want to use Crown Royal bags, you certainly can follow these instructions using any other fabric recommended by the CDC. Also, my free file includes PDF versions if you do not have a cutting machine. You can just print off the templates and cut out your material by hand!
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CROWN ROYAL FACE MASK – MATERIALS LIST
- I am using the FABULOUS Cricut Maker. You could also use your Cricut Explore Air 2 using the bonded fabric technique!
- Cricut Rotary Blade or Bonded Fabric Point Blade
- Cricut Brayer
- Cricut FabricGrip Cutting Mat (pink)
- Sewing Machine
- Crown Royal Felt Bag, small or large depending on the size of mask you want to make
- Fabric of your choice for the inside layer. I am using 100% cotton in this tutorial.
- Thread in a coordinating color
I just know that any Crown Royal lover is going to want to rock this mask!
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