The Bini Mask is a contoured face mask in a standard size created to give the wearer more breathing room. The Bini can use either the neck strap method creating a tension-seal over the bridge of the nose with easy pull-down tabs for fewer face-touch-points. The Bini also has an elastic ear or head loops with side self-ruching option.
The Quinn Mask is a contoured face mask created with extra room for those who need an XL size and/or need to cover a beard. Quinn uses a neck strap method, tension-sealing over the bridge of the nose, with easy pull-down tabs for fewer face-touch-points.
The Bini and Quinn Masks are intermediate sewing patterns.
All profits will go Project Q and FolkTime, to be donated at the end of each calendar year.
Supplies excerpt from directions:
- 1/4 yard of 44'' wide (23cm of 112cm) fabric or one fat quarter for each main and lining fabrics plus optional tabs, or 1/2 yard (45.7cm) total if using same fabric for both main and lining fabric. A 9'' x 9'' (23cmX23cm) square of silk if making the 3-layer water-resistant version.
- Optional 3.5'' of 1/2 inch (9cm of 1.3cm) double fold bias tape for nose wire channel or 3'' x 0.5'' (7.6cm of 1.3cm) strip of moleskin for nose strip.
- 1/2 yard of 1/4 inch elastic for ear loops or a yard of 3/4 to 1 inch (2 to 2.5cm) elastic for neck straps.
- We suggest silicone cord locks on ear loops for adjustable length. For the neck strap, parachute clips with built-in slider locks or additional sliders for adjustable length.
This is for a purchase of a personal use sewing pattern.
White man in green blazer: Emilia
Black man in black shirt: G. Atkins