Best, fitted face mask patterns to make your own masks at home (free)
Even with a vaccine, coronavirus likely won’t be going away anytime soon. It’s important to continue wearing your mask to protect the people around you. In this post, we have several fitted face mask patterns for you to choose from. If you want even more patterns to try out at home, check out these.
Want to download all the following patterns as printable PDFs? Scroll down to the bottom where you will find them all as links.
Multi-Size Face Mask
This face mask pattern has four different sizes, including one for infants if necessary! The way the fabric is cut allows the maker to pull it in around the nose and chin for a good fit. Follow the instructions to sew the mask. Make sure you choose the right size for you.
Fitted Face Mask
This face mask pattern may not look easy to decipher at first glance, but this article gives step by step instructions on how to make the mask.
Teen and Child Face Masks
This pattern has two sizes specifically for teenagers and children. Make sure you cut out 4 separate pieces, 2 for the interior and 2 for the exterior.
Adult Face Masks
This next set of patterns includes a large size for adults and an extra-large for larger adults.
To download any of our mask patterns as PDFs, click the following links to save them to your computer. You can then easily print them and trace them onto your fabric.
Do you need even more face mask patterns? Not sure you need to go through all the hassle of making a fitted face mask? Check out this article with a free pattern for a simple pleated mask. Pleated masks can be adjusted around your face and are good for a quick run to the store or times when a tight seal is not necessary.
Elizabeth Hampson is a freelance artist, graphic designer, and copywriter living in Edinburgh. Elizabeth received her Masters Degree at University of Edinburgh, She decided to stay in the Edinburgh, where she lives with her cat.
Elizabeth enjoys trying out new techniques and media in design and has enjoyed working with PrinterFriend.ly. Her media of choice is papercutting art, and quarantine forced her hand into starting a business selling her pieces. Check out Elizabeth’s full author bio profile here.