I saw an interesting face mask on one of your blogs a few days ago.
Appearing to be made from the zipper area of jeans, one can unzip and take a sip from a drink.
During yesterday’s decluttering project, I ran across an old pair of mom jeans and thought to give making that mask a try.
Taking a break from clutter management, I pulled out the sewing machine and voila!
Well, kinda, sorta, because it’s sloppy work. Online research did not produce a pattern to follow, so I winged it. And not wanting to break the needle of my machine in trying to sew through heavy areas to make the edges all tidy like the example in the photo, I decided to leave the edges frayed. After all ... frayed jeans are the thing these days.
The end result is not something I’d wear out in public, like to the market or craft store ─ preferring my glitter masks but, once I’m allowed to get back to training at the Pain Cave, inasmuch as I have to hydrate between sets, which necessitated pulling up a side of my mask to take a drink, I might use this mask instead ... open the fly and sip.