Free Video Tutorial: DIY Crochet Face Mask How-To With Jonah Larson

Free Video Tutorial: DIY Crochet Face Mask How-To With Jonah Larson

Jonah Larson of Jonah’s Hands walks you through an easy crochet face mask pattern which has a pocket for inserting a material lining. Again to be clear, this mask is to be used in combination with a protective face shield.

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* Disclaimer: Handmade masks are not considered PPE and caution should be exercised when considering this option. Homemade masks should ideally be used in combination with a face shield that covers the entire front (that extends to the chin or below) and sides of the face.

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  1. Meg

    DO NOT CROCHET FACE MASKS. The structure of the stitches leaves large gaps that do not protect you or others around you from droplets

    • Danielle

      Meg, please watch the tutorial. Jonah’s pattern has a pocket for inserting a material lining. And I already posted a disclaimer.

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