How To Make A Tea Towel No-Sew Face Mask

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Who’s surprised that we all need face masks now? I’ve only left the house twice in the last month for two quick trips to the bank, via the drive-thru— and I didn’t go without my face mask.

Rightfully so, medical-grade masks should be reserved for healthcare workers, thus making your own mask is the next best option.


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No-Sew Kitchen Towel Face Mask

There are millions of people doing incredible things at home. Including the crafty mama mask makers. The ones that have come up with a solution so that everyone has personal protection wear when out in public. 

I received the best instructions for the no-sew kitchen towel face mask. I substituted in my fancy tea towels because I love their design.

The no-sew face mask can be made by using any cotton kitchen towel. 100% cotton towels are preferred for absorbency and breathability. 


Tea Towel No-Sew Mask


Not 100% cotton: MacKenzie-Childs tea towels  |  Pottery Barn lemon fabric napkin



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These are the easiest of instructions. Simply fold— no-sew!

Thank you, Ritz brand dish towels, for sending these instructions my way.

1. Lay a clean 100% cotton kitchen towel on a clean, sanitized surface.

DIY Mask Step 1

2. Fold the bottom 1/3 of the kitchen towel up.

DIY Your Own No-Sew Face Mask Step 2

3. Fold the top 1/3 of the kitchen towel down so that the ends meet, and the towel is 1/3 of its original width.

DIY Mask Step 3

4. Use two hair ties or rubber bands and loop around each end of the kitchen towel, placing them about 7 inches from either end.

DIY Your Own No-Sew Face Mask Step 4

5. Fold the right end of the kitchen towel over the center of the towel.

DIY Mask Step 5

6. Fold the left end of the kitchen towel to the center and tuck it inside the right end to secure.

DIY Mask Step 6

7. With the kitchen towel ends against your face, loop elastics over ears and adjust mask as needed to cover nose and mouth completely.

DIY Your Own No-Sew Face Mask Step 7

  • You can also add a folded paper towel on the inside of your face mask as a filter.
  • Remember not to touch your mask or your face while you’re wearing it.
  • Avoid cross-contamination and refrain from lowering your mask around your neck.
  • Wash your hands as soon as you return home.
  • Launder your face mask with detergent after every use.


Stay healthy, safe and at home, my friends!


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DIY Kitchen Towel Face Mask



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