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Creative Grids Face Mask Template 3 Sizes in 1

The Face Mask Template is a 3-in-1 template that makes a small, medium, or large sized mask. An instruction guide is included with the template. The Face Mask Template is a fast way to cut out shaped double layered face masks. Simply stack 2 coordinating fabric pieces; two times; (with right sides together) and cut around the template with a rotary cutter. We find that a 28mm cutter works best around the curves.
There will be a total of 4 pieces; an outer set and an inner set. This template also features pleat marks to give the mask a more custom fit after construction.

The template slides easily over the fabric until pressure is applied. Then, our exclusive gripper holds the fabric in place while cutting, eliminating slipping and miss-cuts! It comes with fully illustrated step by step instructions or view a video demonstration.

Total Size - 6in x 6-1/4in

Creative Grids® products are made in the USA.

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Creative Grids Face Mask Template 3 Sizes in 1

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