Versatile Face Mask Pattern

I never imagined that this would be my most popular blog post and pattern! This versatile face mask pattern was born out of necessity, and I’m so glad it has become liked and used by so many.

Versatile Face Mask Pattern & Tutorial @ The Crafty Quilter

You can find the original blog post with links to the downloadable pattern, video and all updates here: Versatile Face Mask Pattern Tutorial. That will give you more in-depth instructions and photos, and it’s a great place to start.

For your convenience, here is a download link to the pattern:

And here is the video tutorial, also available on YouTube:

Resources mentioned in the video

If you have any questions, you can leave a comment here. You’ll find many good questions and answers in the comments of the original blog post here.

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I hope you stay safe, healthy and positive!

Julie Cefalu @ The Crafty Quilter wearing her Versatile Face Mask Pattern.

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10 thoughts on “Versatile Face Mask Pattern

  1. Thanks so much for this pattern Julie. I made some of these last year but had to improvise the nose wire part. This year I found some real nose wires in our local quilting shop and have just retrofitted mine. This is now the best fit for stopping my glasses from fogging up. I also watched the resizing video and made a larger mask for my partner who was also having fogging problems. It’s winter here in Australia so going from cold to hot and vice versa has made it a tad annoying so we are both very happy (plus another lockdown is ending in our area tonight so double happiness).

  2. I’ve lost track of how many of these I’ve made in the last 9 months! Wonderfully simple, yet so stylish. <3

  3. I am in Niagara, Ontario Canada. I was told about your pattern from my local fabric store, Fabricland. They had a sample made that was very cute! I made many pleated style masks but after I made these everyone wanted one! I made 30 of them this weekend for my coworkers and family. Thank you for a very nice pattern!

  4. I’ve made so many of the pleated facemasks, but my daughter wanted something that was further from her mouth.
    This mask is fantastic!!! I love the multiple options for ties! It makes it so much easier to adjust for others! Can’t wait to adjust for the grandchildren!

  5. Hi Wanda, I found your pattern because my vet tech in, Denton,Tx, used it and her masks turned out so fabulous that I had to ask about them! Finally ordered from Filti today too, gotta be ready for winter germs. Thank you for your kindness in sharing the pattern and the video too. I also peaked at your website and project list and was inspired to get to work! Have a good one, Laurie

  6. I have made hundreds of masks, and given them to people gratis, from your great pattern.
    Is there a non-scale, full-size pattern online for this mask, in a few sizes? I once found it, but haven’t located it again. Thank you so much!

  7. I might have deleted my comment, so I’ll ask again. Can you send me the pattern for the versatile face mask bc I do not have a printer. I will gladly pay for the postage. Thank you.

  8. I do not have a printer…is it possible for you to send me the pattern for the versatile face mask? I will gladly pay for the postage. Thank you.

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