Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Stay at Home and Sew Masks

I've been super busy with secret sewing for the last month or so.  Thankfully, I've finally finished those projects and life is back to normal?  Not really.  Our world has changed so much in the last 30 days.  I like staying home, but it's been quite hard on my husband, and the kids have had a difficult time transitioning to remote learning for school.  Yesterday I began sewing masks.  I used Jenny Doan of Missouri Star's tutorial, How to Make an Easy Face Mask.  The fabrics shown are from a recent Quilty Box.  They are the Bungalow collection by Amy Gibson, for Windham ~ so pretty.  I used flannel for the lining fabric so they are soft inside. They were easy and fun to make.  I love the way the sewing community has come together to make masks.  Are you sewing masks?  How many have you made so far?

Be creative ~ Sew something beautiful today.

Jennifer Thomas

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