Make Face Masks with Missouri Star Quilt Co.

Creating a homemade mask is one way that may help protect yourself and others from the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). As we've seen, there is currently a shortage of personal protective equipment masks in some areas and if you would like to help out by sewing masks for our nation’s healthcare workers, there are many organizations asking for donations of handmade masks. Learn how to quickly and easily sew masks that may help prevent the spread of germs right here. Thank you for your efforts.
Keep Calm and Sew On!
Love, The Missouri Star Family

Be sure to reach out to your local health care professionals or authorities to ensure they need masks and to learn any specifications for required mask materials, construction, and delivery. These masks will not prevent you or others from getting Coronavirus (COVID-19) and should not be used in place of a respirator or surgical-grade mask, but they may help prevent the spread of germs.

Sew a Face Mask with Elastic Earloops

Jenny demonstrates how to create a simple face mask with elastic earloops. It comes together quickly with the fabric you have on hand.

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Sew a Face Mask with Fabric Ties

No elastic? No problem. Follow along with Jenny as she creates a quick and easy adjustable face mask using the fabric you have right at home.

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Man Sewing Scrub Cap Tutorial

Learn how to make a quick, comfortable scrub cap with the help of Rob Appell.

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For our associates' increased safety, and to ensure proper social distancing, there is a 1 yard minimum for fabric cuts. This temporary policy helps reduce the amount of staff in the cutting area. Unfortunately, it also slows down getting orders to you, so we are running a bit behind. Due to increased volume, all orders are taking an average of 5-10 days to ship. We have also temporarily suspended our FedEx Express Shipping option. Thank you for understanding!