Disclaimer: These patterns are offered by others, aimed at helping you to make your own. These masks are not N95 masks.

They act as a reminder to stop touching your face and in some cases will stop droplets from entering the mouth by providing a modest physical barrier.

There is a lot of evidence that supports the use of a mask. Even a homemade mask. You can visit the designers pages and read more. This is merely a gathering point of plans and patterns. They are used entirely at your own risk.

Covid-19 Mask Pattern – Basic

By Christine Rankin

This marks is super easy to make.

  • Easy to make
  • Works best with thicker fabrics
  • Allows better breathing and less claustrophic feeling

 See Christine’s post >

Covid-19 Mask Pattern – Traditional

by Deaconess

Traditional mask based on the disposable ones.

  • Relatively easy to make
  • Works best with thinner material as it’s a double layer
  • Use patterned or plain colours

See the Deaconess site for more details >

Headband Pattern

by HappyTogetherByJess

A headband that reduces ear discomfort by supplying a button on which to hook face mask loops instead of the ears.

  • Relatively easy to make
  • Works best with thinner material as it’s a double layer
  • Use plain dark colours
  • Must be able to withstand a 60 degree C wash

See the Happy Together by Jess site for more details >