Aloha Honu in Gray - 3 Layer - DIY Face Mask Kit - Fabric + Filter + Elastic Band - Set of 3
LIMITED TIME PRODUCT - Ships from Honolulu, Hawaii
Can you sew? Or maybe you know someone who can sew for you, mom, dad, grandparents? Save tons of money by doing the sewing yourself!
Ninth Isle has been working non-stop with our sewing team to make face masks, but we can't be pulling late nights forever! Help us by buying a DIY face mask kit and sewing it up yourself! Customize the width, length, tightness, and anything else.
MAKES OUR 3 LAYER MASK: INSTRUCTION NOT INCLUDED
NOTE: INTERFACING IS NOT FUSIBLE
These are sold in sets of 3. Here's what's included:
1. (12 sheets) Fan Shaped Fabric Cuts, cut to our standard proportions. The front of the mask needs you to sew the 2 rounded edges together and same for the back, meaning each mask uses 4 sheets of fabric.
2. (6 sheets) Polyester Interfacing (non-fusible) - your filter material. 2 of these per mask, 1 for each side.
3. (1.5 yards) Elastic band 1/8" - This one we don't cut for you, that's to make sure you have full control to customize your size! Each ear loop is usually 5-6 inches depending on your face, so 1 foot per mask. You only really need 1 yard of elastic to make it, but we give that extra 0.5 yards for customization and error.
4. Free shipping!
5. No Instructions included - You can adapt some instructions from what's available online, or do it on intuition!
Wash in hot water, be sure to use detergents proven to be effective against viral pathogens. According to the American Chemistry Council's (ACC) Center for Biocide Chemistries (CBC). Please see the list in the link provided:
Please note: These masks are not medical grade, but we did our very best to make them as protective as possible with as many layers as possible while keeping it comfortable. These are machine washable and many laundry detergents are reported to be effective. Ninth Isle is not a supplier for medical supplies. We are simply doing what we can to protect everyone who has to go outside. Please protect each other by wearing masks.
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