Learn how to sew a face mask pouch with this easy DIY sewing tutorial. This mask pouch comes with sanitizer pockets and a button strap and is perfect as a beginner sewing project.
Today I am here with yet another easy and useful sewing project for you, the mask pouch with sanitizer pockets. A few weeks back, I had come up with a sanitizer holder pattern with a button strap to fasten it to your handbags.
For a few days, I’ve been thinking of designing something much more useful, something that can carry your extra masks as well.
Many times we face situations where we need to spend long hours outdoors and our masks can become dirty and drenched with viruses, given the times we are facing today.
We often come across instances where we carry extra masks and it gets lost in our handbags. This face mask carry pouch is the perfect solution for these situations. You may carry your cloth masks or your disposable masks in them.
This design for the mask carry pouch is so easy and fun to make that you will love it and I am sure you will not stop at one!
You can even fasten it to your child’s backpack so that she can carry her extra masks and sanitizers while she goes to school.
I designed this pattern for how to sew a face mask pouch from the tissue holder pouches that we see all around. I redesigned it to carry face masks, added some pockets, and a little strap that fastens with a button. No keychains to be bought, no zippers to be sewn and the pouches can be made in minutes!
If you would like to see my face mask making tutorials, find them below:
How to Sew a Face Mask Pouch ( with Sanitizer Pocket)
Medium-weight cotton fabric for the face mask pouch outer, lining, pocket, and strap- small scraps of fabric in the dimensions given below.
1 small button, wooden or plastic.
You need to cut the following pieces:
- Mask Pouch Outer, 10.25” W x 5.75” L
- Pouch lining, 11.75” W x 5.75” L
- Pocket, 10.25W x 8L
- Strap, 2.25” W x 6” L
We first sew the strap.
Let’s sew the strap to the pouch.
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