Make a Cotton Face Mask with a Sewing Machine
LIVE STREAMING

With DIY craft box delivered to you

Looking for practical things to do at home? Learn how to make your own face mask to help protect yourself and your loves ones


Sydney Creative

Sydney Creative

5.0 (41)

1 hour Class size 1 to 5 (public dates), 1 to 10

label $49 - $59 or 4 payments of $12.25 - $14.75 Afterpay
($59 per guest when you book for 1 guest, $49 for 2+ guests)



This is a ClassBento LiveBox class! From the comfort of your home, share an artisan experience with your friends, family or colleagues, or just enjoy with some like-minded others. As seen on The Guardian, TimeOut, Broadsheet, Concrete Playground, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and more. Here's how it works:

  1. Book or Request your preferred time
  2. We'll deliver a ClassBento Box to you - this is a physical DIY craft box containing the materials you'll need. Shipping is free, and it should arrive within 2-4 business days. We ship nationwide.
  3. Enjoy the online class. You'll receive a link to a Zoom meeting. On the day of the class, use that link to join the class. Class sizes are kept small, so you can easily ask questions and get immediate responses. Zoom is free and easy to use, on any device - smartphone, tablet or laptop. You're in control of your privacy - you can mute yourself and hide your webcam if and when you prefer.

Face masks are in high demand right now, so getting your hands on one has proved difficult. But it turns out it's easy to make your own! So if you've been wondering how to make a face mask or are just looking for useful things to do at home, Sydney Creative is here to help!

In this live streaming sewing session, you will learn how to make your own washable cotton face mask using a sewing machine. (For the hand stitching version of this class, please click here).

Open up your ClassBento Box and inside you'll find all the materials to stitch along with Sophie and make one mask. The mask you will be making will have a pocket at the back so you can slip a filter inside. This helps filter out harmful particles in the air increasing your protection when you leave home.

Facemasks can help to limit the spread of Coronavirus and are a great DIY project if you're looking fun things to do at home. Sewing is also a great practical skill to work on during this time at home and can be very relaxing for the mind!

Add-on available for this class

Extra Materials To Make Three Additional Masks ($20)

You can add these when you book (optional).
 
Knowledge Required
Basic sewing machine knowledge is required for this class. You will need to wind the bobbin and thread your machine independently. If you need help with this, you could attend our Get To Know Your Sewing Machine virtual class first.
What you'll get in your craft box
- Cotton fabric
- Thread
- Needle
- Elastic
- Bonding Web
 
What you'll need
- Iron and ironing board
- Ruler or tape measure
- Scissors
 
Suitable for

This Box and Live class is a great indoor activity idea for individuals and couples This is a fun indoor activity, suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 8 years old). An adult must be present whilst kid(s) engage with the box.

Your teacher
Sydney Creative
Sydney Creative

BA (hons) in Textile Design. Mixed media artist and lover of all things creative.

5.0 (41)

Sydney Creative was launched in 2019 by Textile Designer Sophie Parry.

Creativity is, and always has been, the driving force in Sophie's life. From an early age she would always swap the dolls and toys for a pen and notepad. She never minded being left to her own devices while her parents needed to go shopping. With a colouring-in book to hand Sophie happily sat quietly either scribbling away or patiently filling in each tiny hole in the fabric of her red tights – the latter much to their frustration.

Sophie's creativity and passion for art led to an interest in fabrics, sewing and textiles. It was at university where Sophie found her feet in the textiles profession, developing the skills and techniques that would guide her on her own journey in textile design. During this time, Sophie won several awards for her textile work and was chosen to exhibit her final third year project at the prestigious New Designers exhibition in London.

Upon graduating, Sophie left her hometown in Wales to experience different cultures around the world. She settled in Sydney and decided to launch her Handmade Baby Boutique brand Scribble & Sew. In 2018 Sophie introduced sewing workshops through Scribble & Sew and later re-branded as Sydney Creative.

Sydney Creative currently offer unique and flexible sewing workshops for busy Sydneysiders. Sophie understands that not everyone has a full day to spend learning how to sew, which is why she launched the Introduction To Sewing workshop. In the future, Sophie plans to offer more creative workshops such as painting, punch needling and social sewing.

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