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    In the Hoop Face Mask

    I just got an email from my fabric shop asking for masks. I guess the docs really want them. There's an In The Hoop for free.

    http://www.discountfabricwarehouse.com/facemasks/
    Lorie

    #2
    Thanks Lorie. I was going to try my hand at making some. I'll give the ITH one a try too.
    Ginny B

    http://www.ginnyscraftbasket.wordpress.com

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      #3
      Hmm I just made one for a test. Just want to make for family. I never sewed clothes so I never made pleats on anything!. I did not know how far up to fold the pleated part before sewing it down. It fits ok and covers nose and mouth and not too loose but does not accordion, fan out? like I thought it was supposed to. Here's a photo, does it look right? I used Jenny's directions.

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        #4
        Originally posted by jjkaiser View Post
        Hmm I just made one for a test. Just want to make for family. I never sewed clothes so I never made pleats on anything!. I did not know how far up to fold the pleated part before sewing it down. It fits ok and covers nose and mouth and not too loose but does not accordion, fan out? like I thought it was supposed to. Here's a photo, does it look right? I used Jenny's directions.
        The link I posted is for embroidery machines 😉

        as a clothing sewer I don't like videos, I like a visual pattern. See if this way looks easier for you.

        https://www.littlestitchstudionorfol...ksewingpattern
        Lorie

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        • jjkaiser
          jjkaiser commented
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          Thanks for the link there it is very clear. I think my pleats are a little fat and I made 2 not 3 but ya know there's more than one way to do everything. But the photos were very clear of each step. You are a master at finding stuff!!

        #5
        Jocelyn, the one you made has a box pleat rather than cascading pleats like the one in the tutorial that Lorie posted. But it should still work OK.

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