How To Make No-Sew Face Masks: Playtime With Eimmie LIVE Replay
Playtime with Eimmie LIVE
In the first episode of Playtime with Eimmie LIVE, our new recurring Facebook Live series, Chelsie and Autumn showed doll-lovers and fans how to make adorable no-sew face masks.
Since children identify themselves with their 18-inch dolls, we thought that by making their dolls a part of today’s world, we could help your child manage the emotions, stress, and anxiety that comes with wearing a mask.
The best part about homemade no-sew face masks is that you can use items that you most likely already have around the house. From old t-shirts that you found during spring cleaning to handkerchiefs that need a new use, the opportunities seem endless.
Here's what you need:
• Enough fabric to cut out two squares: 1 that measures 6" x 6" and 1 that measures 12" x 12".**
• A ruler
• 4 rubber bands or hair ties
The 6 "x 6" fabric will be for your 18-inch doll's face mask and the 12" x 12" one will be for kids. You may need to adjust the sizing a bit depending on the size of the child wearing the mask.
For the full step by step instructions on how to make a no-sew face mask for dolls, click on the images below. You can also scroll down to watch the video tutorial by Chelsie and Autumn on Playtime with Eimmie LIVE.
Watch the full Facebook Live video below!
Will you try making no-sew face masks for your kiddo and their 18-inch dolls? Let us know in the comments below!