The Top 7 Best Easy DIY Face Mask Tutorials

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We searched high and low for the very best effective DIY face mask tutorials anyone can make using household items. We even included how to make a mask without sewing as well as cricut.

Many of these tutorials were suggested as acceptable home made face mask options to donate to hospitals. Most of these are easy enough for kids to craft. 

Some protection is better than no protection, so let’s get started!

1. Re Usable Shopping Bag DIY Face Mask

Here’s an easy tutorial by Popular Science using a polypropylene re-usable shopping bag. No sewing machine required:

Shopping Bag Face Mask Tutorial


2. Children’s Hospital Recommended Face Mask Tutorials

Here are two recommended pleated face mask tutorials with patterns by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. They were actually asking the public to make these and donate to hospitals in need. They both require sewing, one uses a sewing machine:

Pleated Face Mask Tutorials


3.  Heavy Duty PM2.5 Face Mask Tutorial

Here’s a tutorial by Proper Fit Clothing to make a more powerful face mask with a PM2.5 filter:

PM2.5 Filter Face Mask Tutorial

DIY Face Mask patterns and tutorials recommended by professionals including no sew and cricut.


4. DIY Hand or Cricut Cutting Fitted Face Mask With Filter Pocket

Cricut genius Jennifer Maker used the input of her brother in law who is a Respiratory Therapist for this very thorough tutorial teaching you how to make a face mask that conforms to your face and includes a filter pocket for added protection using a cricut machine (or hand cut) and hand sewing. 

DIY Fitted Face Mask With Filter Pocket Cricut or Hand Sewn

The top DIY Face Mask tutorials


5. Quick No Sew Face Masks Using Household Materials

Here are 5 quick and easy no sew face masks you can throw together with various house hold items like paper towels, coffee filters, hankerchiefs, a stapler, and elastic hairbands. This enjoyable youtube video by DIY Nikol & Alexandra was suggested by Huff Post: 

5 No Sew Face Masks Using Household Materials

DIY Face Mask patterns and tutorials recommended by professionals including no sew and cricut.


6. More Easy No Sew Face Masks

This super easy tutorial by Survival Know How is worth it for the t shirt tutorial alone and the study he links to comparing N95 masks to cloth surgical masks. It also teaches you how to make face masks out of a hankerchief and paper towels similar to DIY Nikol & Alexandra’s video above. 

More Easy No Sew face Masks

No Sewing DIY Face Mask with a t shirt. Free patterns and tutorials recommended by professionals including sewing, no sewing and cricut.


7. Furnace Filter PPE Face Mask

This video by Little Genius By Design started the whole DIY furnace filter mask trend online. With her background in nursing and construction, she was able to come up with this super effective filtered mask. You can make 20 masks with the supplies listed.

Furnace Filter PPE Face Mask

DIY Surgical Mask free patterns and tutorials recommended by professionals including sewing, no sewing and cricut.


With this list of easy DIY Face Masks everyone can add an extra layer of protection. If you have any other favorite tutorials or suggestions please leave them in the comments below.

We’re all in this together and the more we can support eachother the better! Stay safe, stay positive, and stay smiling.

DIY Face Mask patterns and tutorials recommended by professionals including no sew, cricut, and free patterns.

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DIY Face Mask free patterns and tutorials recommended by professionals including sewing, no sewing and cricut.

DIY Face Mask free patterns and tutorials recommended by professionals including sewing, no sewing and cricut.

DIY Face Mask free patterns and tutorials recommended by professionals including sewing, no sewing and cricut.

Dish it to your friends!

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