Crown Royal Face Mask

Crown royal mask
Crown royal mask

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.

TBH Crafters Club Members can download the SVG cut file for this project in the File Library.

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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

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Easy Crown Royal Face Mask

Yield: 1 double layered mask
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

This mask is perfect for the Crown Royal lover! That being said, the templates can be used to make a mask using any fabric of your choice!

Materials

  • My FREE Mask Template SVG file. For this tutorial, I am using the Large Mask Template included in the download.
  • Crown Royal Felt Bag. For this tutorial, I am using the larger sized bag.
  • Fabric of your choice for the inside of the mask.
  • Thread

Tools

  • A way to cut your mask. I am using my FABULOUS Cricut Maker. This project will certainly work with the Cricut Explore Air 2 using the bonded fabric technique.
  • Cricut Rotary Blade for Cricut Maker
  • Cricut FabricGrip Cutting Mat (pink)
  • Scissors
  • Cricut Brayer, optional
  • Sewing Machine

Instructions

STEP 1 - DOWNLOAD THE SVG CUT FILE

Download the SVG Cut file for the Mask Template (#19) from The File Vault. Get access by joining the club.

STEP 2 - UPLOAD THE DESIGN TO CRICUT DESIGN SPACE

If you aren't familiar with uploading SVG files into Design Space, take a look at my quick and easy tutorial here. Using your smartphone? Click here for my step-by-step guide on uploading SVG files with the Cricut App.

STEP 3 - DUPLICATE THE MASK TEMPLATE

Once you have the SVG imported into Design Space, you need to DUPLICATE the mask template.

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This will give you a layer for the outside of the mask as well as a layer for the inside of the mask.

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Once you have done that, click the GREEN Make It Button located at the top right corner.

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STEP 4 - MAKE YOUR MATERIAL SELECTIONS

For the Crown Royal bag, select the FELT option. The material selection for your inside layer will depend on the fabric you are using. For this tutorial, my inside layer is 100% Cotton.

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Since I am using my Cricut Maker for this project, I want to use the Cricut Rotary Blade to cut my material. You make that selection by clicking EDIT TOOLS.

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Select Rotary Blade.

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Click Apply.

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Note: You certainly can use the Fine-Point Cutting Blade, however, I have found that with the cording on the Crown Royal bag, the Rotary Blade cuts the material better.

STEP 5 - PREPARE YOUR MATERIALS

Let's start with the Crown Royal Bag.

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First, you will want to cut just below the horizontal gold cording at the top of the bag. This will be your ties for the mask as well as how you will adjust the fit.

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Crown royal mask

Next, flip the bag over and filet the bag by cutting down the middle of the backside of the bag. DO NOT CUT THE FRONT OF THE BAG!

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Trim off any access material necessary to make a flat piece of felt.

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Now, prepare your inside layer fabric by cutting a 12x12 square.

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STEP 6 - PREPARE YOUR MATS

Apply your Crown Royal Bag to your Cricut FabricGrip Mat.

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Trim the fabric to ensure the outside edges of the mat are clear to allow the mat to pass freely while cutting.

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Use the Cricut Brayer as needed to smooth out the fabric and to ensure adhesion.

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Do the same for the inside layer fabric.

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Crown royal mask

STEP 7 - CUTTING YOUR MATERIALS

To load the mat into the machine, press the double arrows button. Do make sure that the mat is positioned under the mat guides.

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Hit the "C" button once it begins to flash and you are on your way to cutting out your mask!

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Once the cut is complete, the double arrows will flash again. Press it and the mat will unload.

Repeat Step 7 for the inside layer.

STEP 8 - ASSEMBLE YOUR MASK

Thread your sewing machine and bobbin with the coordinating thread color you chose.

Pin the inside layer of fabric and the Crown Royal Bag, right sides together.

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Sew along the top horizontally.

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Repeat for the bottom.

Turn the mask right side out.

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Now, place the cording close to one of the vertical edges of the mask.

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Fold inward creating a pocket and pin in place. You DO NOT want to pin the cording. This will ensure the cording will move freely once your mask is completed.

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Sew, very carefully, along non-folded edge.

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Repeat for the other side.

STEP 9 - YOUR MASK IS COMPLETE!

Your mask is ready for use.

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To position, place over your head. Once you have it fitted over your nose and mouth, pull the purple "O", or doughnut, outward horizontally to tighten the mask against your head.

I just know that any Crown Royal lover is going to want to rock this mask!

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  1. Someone came to our garage sale last weekend, wearing a Crown Royal face mask! They said they have a Crown Royal
    Comforter, too

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