It doesn’t look like face masks are going away anytime soon, so why not make them pretty with a monogrammed or embroidered face mask. For this Sip & Stitch project, I show you how I make face masks by cutting out the pattern using my Silhouette Cameo 4 with a rotary blade, then how to embroider the material before sewing the mask together so that the stitches on the back of the material are now inside the mask and not rubbing on your face.
I also shared my first digitizing freebie, which is the smiley face design I used on this embroidered face mask. You can download this design for free by joining my Facebook Group and then click the files button to find it. Please contact me if you need a different format.
Embroidered Face Mask Supply List:
- Fabric for Face Mask
- Pattern for Face Mask from Silhouette Design Store
- Silhouette Cameo 4 with Rotary Blade
- Bayer Roller
- Scallop Font
- Embrilliance Essentials
- PE800 Embroidery Machine
- 4×4 Hoop
- Cut Away Stabilzer
- Temporary Spray Adhesive
- Water Soluble Topper
- Disappearing Ink Marker
- Exquisite Embroidery Thread
- Thread Stand
- Applique Scissors
- Mini Iron
- Organ 75/11 Embroidery Needles Ballpoint
- Pre-Wound Bobbins
- Tide Pen
- Sewing Machine
- Elastic for Face Masks
For future Sip & Stitch projects, check the homepage for more info on schedule and supply lists.
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