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Pattern for the Face Mask with Filter Pocket and Nose Adjustment

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Here’s a complete list of the patterns for the Face Mask with a Filter Pocket and Nose Adjustment downloadable in JPG and PDF.

All the patterns are drawn to fit the scale of DIN A4 sheet. If you’re US-based or have a paper scale similar to the US, the recommendation is to print at 120% although I find that it works a bit differently for everyone, someone is OK with the European scale, most use 120 and one reader said 140%.

The seam allowance of 0,5 cm is included, however, the mask is pretty large and you can make the seam allowance up to 1 cm.

SIZE Adult – Download in JPG   /   Download in PDF

SIZE Child – Download in JPG   /   Download in PDF

 

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4 Comments

  1. Pat says:

    Would be nice if the pattern sides had the lengths & widths marked in inches or centimeters. It does show an inch square & a cm square but what does that have to do with the pattern size????

  2. Becky Taylor says:

    The 1” square is a check to see if your printer printed the pattern to scale. I had to increase my print size to 140 for the square to equal 1”. It depends on your printer. Good luck!

  3. Sally says:

    Thank you so very much for sharing this pattern! What I like about it most is that it creates a fitted mask (rather than a rectangular pleated one), yet there are NO curves in the pattern! Much more user-friendly to sewing newbies, and I’m teaching my daughter how to sew.

    Thank you also for adding the 1″ square scale so I know the size the pattern should print out. To add to the above comments, I saved the file as .PDF and printed out at 130% on a Brother laser printer. At that scale, the 1″ square on the mask pattern aligned perfectly with a precise Omnigrid quilters’ ruler.

    1. Petra says:

      Thank you so much Sally! I’m glad I could help and your comment is also very helpful regarding the printing. I’ll be adding new mask tutorials tomorrow.

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