Face Mask Pattern – PDF


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PDF Digital File Face Mask pattern template includes four different sizes:

  • Extra Large – Men’s
  • Large – Womens’
  • Medium – Teen & Youth
  • Small – Child & Baby

The pattern includes step by step assembly instructions where you can add a filter pocket and a flexible nose wire as well!  Measurement options for both fabric ties and/or elastic!



This pattern is a PDF Digital File Download.  No physical pattern is available.  Once you purchase this pattern, you will receive an email with links to download your copy of this pattern.  Patterns are not mailed.

This facemask is designed by Sew Much Moore In-Store.  This facemask is NOT ASTM compliant masks, N95 masks, surgical masks, or medical masks, nor does Sew Much Moore In Store represent that these masks will resist the COVID 19 virus or any other virus or bacterial infection.

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147 thoughts on “Face Mask Pattern – PDF

  1. Kevin Thornhill says:

    Thank you so much. As a nurse I will put this to good use in these difficult times and also think they will be great when woodworking.

  2. Evelyn says:

    Thank you so much for the mask pattern. I like the detail video, it is so easy to follow. It is so kind of you too offer this PDF pattern without charge.

    • Nicole Moore says:

      Your welcome! During this Covid 19 crisis – I wanted to do what I can to help. This pattern and free video is just a small part. I hope you enjoy the pattern.

  3. Vortex says:

    At a time when people have been so divided, who thought a virus would actually unite us? Thank you for sharing your expertise with us so that we can make these to share with those who need them most. Very generous of you! Very thoughtful . Thank you!

    • Nicole Moore says:

      Hello Belinda, I tried to email the pattern directly to you but your yahoo email address returned a failure message. Do you have a different email address?

    • Yessenia says:

      I just want to thank you May God bless you always for helping use to make a mas i will make as much as i can to donate to hospitals once again thank you

  4. Cynthia says:

    Thank you so much for the pattern! I shared it to my classmate group, sent the link, not the pattern so they would go to your page….again, thanks so much!

  5. Ranie Patridis says:

    I just order the free mask and a couple yards of fabric…… thank you for the free pattern, looking forward to making them.

    • Nicole Moore says:

      Thank you for your order! I will cut your fabric and ship it tomorrow! Blessings to you and your family!

  6. Cassandra says:

    Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity for sharing your sewing knowledge. I am not patient or skilled with sewing. However, your video seems easy enough for me to attempt. I’ve seen many MANY many MANY videos. I hope to give this a try. I am one of the ‘essential workers’. Praying over EVERYONE. Bless you and again thank you.

  7. Midori Hironaka says:

    Thanks for taking the time to send the pattern to my email when I had trouble downloading it from your web page. You are providing a valuable service to those of us who have experience sewing but don’t like to take the time to develop new patterns. Please be safe and stay well.

    • Nicole Moore says:

      Thanks for your kind words, Midori. Each of us can do our part to help during this difficult time. Thank you for making face masks! ~Nicole

  8. Veronica says:

    God bless you! Thank you for the pattern for all sizes. You took everyone into consideration. It is easy where a beginner can make and protect their family.

      • Linda Ream says:

        Looking forward to getting the pattern. My husband has a mask I think I will be able to adapt it to cover. If I get it to work would you like to see what I did
        Thank you

  9. Lorraine says:

    I am a nurse practitioner and wanted to make some masks for me and my family. I found your site, watched your video on how to make the masks, and loved the design! Very easy to make and great quality. I have since made many more (more than 20) in one day for my siblings and their families out-of-state. The value of this mask Is immeasurable! It may not protect against COVID-19, but every little bit helps. Thank you so much!

    • Nicole Moore says:

      Lorraine, Thank you so much for your work in the healthcare industry! Many blessings to you and your family! ~Nicole

  10. Janelle says:

    Hello, this pattern looks very easier to make. What type of fabric did you use on the inside of the mask? Was it just another piece of cotton fabric. Or did you use some type of interfacing? Thanks!

    • Nicole Moore says:

      For this video tutorial, I used 100% cotton (pre-washed) fabric (for the exterior and lining fabrics). I use 100% cotton 50 weight Aurifil thread and 1/4” elastic. Thank you for your question. Stay healthy and safe!

  11. LAURIE MILES says:

    Hi there,
    I didn’t get my pattern. Could you send it again, please?
    Thank you for what you are doing!
    Laurie Miles (email in the required space below.

  12. Susan Crement says:

    Thank you Nicole!
    I was contacted by my sons who work in a fire department. They will be out of masks in the next couple of days so they called mom for help. I’ve been studying mask construction for a couple of days and yours make the most sense. Thank you! I’ve downloaded and printed the mask templates. Will spend my Sunday making masks. Thanks again!

  13. Stacey Sharp says:

    Thank you so much for this. I have made 2 of them now. They come in really handy since I have to go to the Doctor so much for my kidney’s. This will really help me. Thank you again.

  14. Abigale says:

    Thank you so so much! I really appreciate the video and patterns! Means a great deal in this time!! Stay safe! 🙂

  15. Teresa Colomy says:

    Thank you kindly for making this pattern available and at no cost. It is greatly appreciated. I will be making these for my co-workers, family and friends during this trying time. Stay safe and many blessings to you!

  16. Roxanne Pettit says:

    Thanks so much for providing this! I hope that one tiny bit of good that comes out of the current difficult times is that people again learn how and remember to value the skill of sewing! Thanks so much for your contribution to the public good!

  17. Dy-Ana Skibbe says:

    Thank you so much for this free pattern and tutorial. Can you tell me what types of fabric you used? I’ve heard cotton for the outside and flannel for inside? Not sure if that’s correct. Also what fabric could be used as a 3rd for added protection?

    • Nicole Moore says:

      For this Face Mask, I used 100% cotton (pre-washed) fabric (for the exterior and lining fabrics). I use 100% cotton 50 weight Aurifil thread and 1/4” elastic. You can add a third layer on the inside for additional protection if you’d like.
      I have heard of many kinds of recommendations for fabrics to use. These include using T-Shirt material, batik and high count 100% cotton fabric.
      Thank you for your question. Stay healthy and safe!

  18. Kate says:

    Thank you SO much for posting your video and giving us a free pattern. I’ve been looking for ways to make masks and prefer this one by far! You are wonderful for doing this for us all.

  19. K Allen says:

    Thank you so much! As a nurse we are now out of masks in our skilled nursing facility and will be making our own. This is not an ideal situation; however, thankfully none at our facility our showing symptoms of covid-19 and we are taking every measure to keep it that way. This mask pattern will be used to make masks in my spare time 🙂 for myself and those I love.
    For those that are trying to add filters to this mask, it is my understanding that unless you have an airtight seal, the air will take the path of least resistance and go around your mask and not through the filter. I also understand that some of the filtration devices that people may be using are not meant to be used right near the airway as they may contain particulate matter unsafe for this use. Please do your research and be safe everyone!!

  20. Robin says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this at no cost! In these weird times, we have to band together and help each other out <3

  21. Kari says:

    Happy Easter. Thank you so much for this. My sister in law has asked for some to wear over her N95 mask. I’m thinking the XL would work best, has anyone tested this? I don’t have access to a mask to check.

    Also, f you can’t find elastic, I’ve been using stretchy loops left over from my daughter’s potholder loom. I’m cutting them about an inch shorter since they have more stretch.

  22. KB says:

    Thank you so much for providing the mask shapes free. My mother and myself work in an essential facility that has had a few positive individuals. I worry about her all of the time. Once again, thank you so much.

  23. JAZZY says:

    Very nicely done masks. I have something additional to share with you and your audience. For honest homemade real security punch – I have added HEPPA filter (which is 99% instead of the N95 -95% – please make sure NEVER TO USE ANY PINS IN THE FILTER ITSELF) Another modification – again for those who need extra protection – I have taken an elastic about 3 fingers short of the entire top length and sewen to the top side (cheek to nose to the other cheek – this crunches up any open space with individual face shallows and or bulges). I do like your snipping around the curves for added smoothness. THANKS A LOT.
    I do not sew but I do own a sewing machine. So took it out to try making some masks. My son manages Govt. Hazardous material department so his almost needs to be the N95 kinds but trying out some. Made some, came out decent but was looking for more than decent. Came across yours. Very nice. I am com

  24. Em says:

    I know this might be a stupid question but I’m not from America so we have different printer settings and defaults. What size paper do you guys use/setting (we generally use A4) and do we need to print to scale when printing the patterns or use a specific scale? xx

      • Pablo says:

        Muy buenas [email protected] para imprimir, realizar una impresión y medir, si no coincide en preferencias de impresión existe una pestaña que dice: ESCALA, YO LE PUSE EN 104 y me coincidío con la escala de pulgadas. Solo es una sugerencia. Hasta pronto.

  25. Angela says:

    Hello thank you so much for these patterns!! I have a question on the medium and small. What are the age ranges for the medium and the small? I know it say teen/youth and child and baby.
    Thanks so much

    • Nicole Moore says:

      Please bear in mind that each person is sized and shaped differently (despite age and gender) and this is just a general guide, not a hard and fast rule of fit.

      The small is for very young children. Age 2-6
      The medium is for kids (youth) 7-11
      The large is for adolescents and women
      The extra-large is for men

  26. Monica says:

    My husband has a beard and the x-large do not work for him, do you have another size suggestion for a big guy with a beard?


  27. Karyn Borscheid says:

    This is THE BEST instructional video I have seen. THANK YOU for the gift of the mask pattern and the excellent tutorial as well. It was easy to check out and download and I am DEFINITELY going to be buying some other supplies from you that I never thought I needed or wanted before (HELLO WOOL PRESSING PAD!).

  28. Sharon Schrantz says:

    Thank you so much for the pattern!
    Do you think it would be possible to use two different prints and make it reversible? Some of my friends want to “coordinate with their clothing” and one could be used with two different outfits (after washing of course).

  29. Shirley says:

    I understand what you meant by the one inch line on the pattern now. You mean to make sure the line is one inch long on the paper & the pattern is the right size. I hope that’s what you do mean.

    Thank you again for the patters!!! I’m going to go make a large one & see how it fits.
    I’m so excited😷😷😷

  30. Stitching in KC says:

    Thank you so much for the free patterns. I made for masks for my family, my elderly in-laws and my neighbors and friends. Wish I could upload a pic to show you how they came out!
    Thank you so much!
    Stay healthy & take care!

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