- Pleated front
- 3 Size options
- 3 Strap options
- Filter pocket
- Flexible nose piece (optional)
This is an SVG + PDF pattern for use with a cutting machine + any sewing machine, not a machine embroidery file.
The pattern comes in 3 different sizes:
- Small: best suited for kids over 3; measures approximately 3 x 5.75 inches
- Medium: best suited for teens, and adults with small to medium heads; measures approximately 3.5 x 6.75 inches
- Large: best suited for adults with larger heads; measures approximately 4 x 7.75 inches
❤ SVG – for Cricut Explore (using Cricut Design Space), Silhouette, Brother, and various other cutting machines
❤ DXF – for use with various other machines and software such as Graphtec and autoCAD
For SVG users, please do not resize. For DXF users, if the size does not match the instructions, be sure to resize all pieces proportionally to match the sizes indicated on the instructions.
Note: This is a DIGITAL FILE to be used with a compatible electronic cutter, NOT a finished product.
Your files will come in a ZIP folder. You must have software to unzip the files. Once they are unzipped, extract the files and begin creating!
If you have any issues uploading this design to your cutting machine software, or if you need help troubleshooting, please visit our FAQ page linked below. If one of the FAQ articles linked below does not answer your question, you can also contact us by clicking the chat icon at the bottom.
LEGAL MUMBO JUMBO:
I've made a few of these masks now, and particularly like the filter pocket feature. Even without a filter, the pocket gives the mask 3 layers. I don't use the pleat board as a pleat board, but instead as a marking guide for folding the cut fabric; or alternatively, as a template for cutting and marking the fabric using a Cricut Maker smart cutting machine. I also appreciate that it comes in 3 sizes, so I've been able to make masks for pre-schoolers and for adults.
I used this pattern but modified it a bit to suit what I was looking for. Thank you for sharing the pattern...it helped a lot.
This is a very easy pattern to use to get uniform pleats every time!