Easy Sew Mask Holder for Kids

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Face masks are the new must-have accessories for both kids and adults. Today, we are going to show you how to make this Easy Sew Mask Holder For Kids! We take them nearly everywhere we go and having a clean mask or two on hand is a must, even for children. If you’re looking for a way for your child to keep their extra masks handy while at school or on the go, this is what you need. Helping kids keep their extra masks organized and clean can sometimes be a never-ending task. I’ve found masks shoved in backpacks, pockets, jackets, their lockers, and all over the house. Not only have we lost more masks than we can count, the kids often do not know which masks are clean and which ones are dirty. A mask holder is a perfect project to help your kids keep their masks clean and organized. It is already a miracle if they can keep up with the same one all day. This mask holder really helps them keep it close at hand without having to wad it up in a pocket.

This sewing project is great for beginners and can be done in about half an hour. This is a great project to crank out a bunch of in an afternoon to give away as gifts to friends and family. This mask holder is handy if you are always misplacing your mask in your jacket pockets or if you kids are losing them. The mask holder gives you a convenient place to store your mask so it stays clean and you always have it when you need it. Gather your supplies from the list below and lets get started!

Easy Sew Mask Holder For Kids!

What You’ll Need:

Mask Holder supplies

Easy Sew Mask Holder for Kids

Cut Mask Holder Fabric

The first step in this how to make an easy mask holder sewing tutorial is to wash, dry, and iron your fabric. This will act as a preshrink for when you wash this mask holder later and it will help keep your stitches from pulling out. Note that you DO NOT do this to the batting fabric. With that out of the way, we can begin cutting our fabric. Cut a doubled piece of snow white fabric 6 1/2″ wide by 12″ long.

Cut Small Piece

Next, cut another small piece of fabric doubled at 1″ wide and 4″ long.

clip together


Cut the batting or wrap n zap the same size as the 6 1/2″ wide by 12″ long. Only one piece. Do not double.
Place down the batting. Place one piece of fabric right print side up. Then place the other piece of snow white fabric print right side down. Clip together.


Now it’s time to sew! Take the small piece of snow white fabric. Place them right sides together and then stitch around the three sides leaving the end open.

Turn right side in. Fold in the end and stitch closed. Fold in half and place this with the loop inside the long piece of fabric near an end. This little loop will allow you to attach a keychain to your mask holder so you can clip it to your bag or purse.

Sew a mask holder

You want it to be place where the bottom fold will be between the printed layers.

Sew Loop


Next on this how to make an easy sew mask holder sewing tutorial, stitch together the long pieces with the hoop inside leaving a small hole on the end you will snap to flip it right side in.

Flip right side in. Tuck the hole closed and press with iron. Stitch across the entire end with a decorative stitch.

Make the fold


Fold one end about three-quarters of the way up. Make sure that the top fold comes down perfect to where you can add the snap and will set right. Stitch the bottom up around the three sides.

insert the snap


Make a hole with the poker that comes with the snap pliers. Make one in the bottom side then line it up and make one on the top side. Place the opposite snaps into each and press. If you don’t know how the snaps work, there are several tutorials on youtube that show you how to use them.
You may add a key ring with an alligator clasp to the tab to hook onto a key chain. Place the mask inside.

How to make a mask holder

And that’s it! This easy sew mask holder for kids is the perfect accessory to help your child keep their masks clean and handy when they need them. Perfect to hook on a key chain, bag, or backpack, make several so they have one to take wherever they go. It also makes a great gift. This is so simple to make, you’ll wish you made it sooner! If you are looking to tackle your very first sewing project, this is a great one to try!

How To Make A Mask Holder For Kids

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Easy Sew Mask Holder for Kids

kids mask holder

A must have accessory for grownups and children alike, here is how to make an easy sew mask holder for kids.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Active Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Difficulty Easy

Instructions

    1. Cut a doubled piece of snow white fabric 6 1/2" wide by 12" long. Cut another small piece of fabric doubled at 1" wide and 4" long.

    2. Cut the batting or wrap n zap the same size as the 6 1/2" wide by 12" long. Only one piece. Do not double.

    3. Place down the batting. Place one piece of fabric right print side up. Then place the other piece of snow white fabric print right side down. Clip together.

    4. Take the small piece snow white fabric. Place them right sides together and then stitch around the three sides leaving the end open. Turn right side in. Fold in the end and stitch closed. Fold in half and place this with the loop in inside the long piece of fabric near and end. This is where the keychain hook will go and you want to be place where the bottom fold will be between the printed layers.

    5. Stitch together the long pieces with the hoop inside leaving a small hole on the end you will snap to flip it right side in. Flip right side in. Tuck the hole closed and press with iron. Stitch across the entire end with a decorative stitch.

    6. Fold one end about three quarters of the way up. Make sure that the top fold comes down perfect to where you can add the snap and will set right. Stitch the bottom up around the three sides.

    7. Make a hole with the poker that comes with the snap plyers. Make one in the bottom side then line it up and make one in the top side. Place the opposite snaps into each and press. I suggest watching the first part of this video to show how the snaps work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8smjxgMSJA

    8. You may add a key ring with an alligator clasp to the tab to hook onto a key chain. Place the mask inside.

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