Help us sew face masks!

These masks are made using 2-ply polypropylene surgical wrap. This fabric has been generously donated to us by Flagstaff Medical Center. Both the single-ply and double-ply face mask patterns were created by Tina La Chance and Tasha Miller Griffith of Threaded Together.

Single-ply with elastic

Needs:

  • Single 9" x 9" piece of surgical wrap fabric 

  • Two pieces of 11" elastic

  • 3-4" pipe cleaner

Paper Pattern!

Double-ply with ties

Needs:

  • Two pieces of 9" x 7" surgical wrap fabric

  • Two 36" x 1" ties cut from surgical wrap

  • 3-4" pipe cleaner

HINT: Top ties should be 18" and bottom ties 15". Fold tie in half and place TOP edge of mask at the halfway point!

Paper Pattern!

Disclaimer: Hand-made masks are not considered PPE and should not be used as a replacement for FDA-approved masks, like N95s. Threaded Together makes no claims that these polypropylene masks will prevent viral infection. Please refer to CDC guidelines for information regarding appropriate PPE, including face masks.