This cotton crochet face mask is something I wanted to create because of the COVID-19 crisis. As everyone knows, supplies are super hard to find. As I believe almost every state is now on a stay at home order, I wanted to find something I could do to help people protect themselves when its necessary to go out.
These masks are in no way medical grade. It is designed to help prevent the spread of germs and to help limit hand to face contact. I feel that if we all do our part to do the best we can to stop the spread of as many germs as possible, we can get through this a lot faster.
I watched a lot of different tutorials and decided to take what I learned and make my own crochet face mask.
I use 100% cotton in this pattern because it can be washed and dried. If you are anything like me, after being out of the house I immediately strip all of my clothes and head to the shower. It’s nice to be able to throw my mask in the wash with all of my clothes and know it will be okay.
I hope you all enjoy this pattern and as always, stay safe out there! If we all take as many precautions as possible, we will get through this in no time!
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1 Skein of Worsted Weight 100% Cotton Yarn
-Size 4 Medium
-Approximately 50 yards
3.5mm Crochet Hook
Stitch Key (US Terms)
CH = Chain
SC = Single Crochet
HDC = Half Double Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
SL ST = Slip Stitch
Let’s Get Started!
Make a slip knot and CH 38.
Row 1: SC into the CH that is closest to your hook and then SC into the next 4 stitches. HDC into the next 4 stitches. DC into the next 19 stitches. HDC into the next 4 stitches. SC into the next 5 stitches. CH 1, turn. (37)
Row 2-12: SC 5, HDC 4, DC 19, HDC 4, SC 5. CH 1, turn. (37)
Row 13: SC in the 37 stitches across. CH 30. Attach CH to the bottom of the mask with a SC.
Row 14: SC in the next 36 stitches across. CH 30. Attach CH to the top of the mask with a SL ST. Tie off and sew in your tails.
And that’s it! You’re all done! I hope you all enjoyed this pattern and I’ll be looking forward to seeing all of your finished Cotton Crochet Face Masks on Instagram and Facebook!
PATTERN COPYRIGHT: Please do not copy, redistribute or sell my pattern in any way. You are more than welcome to sell your finished Cotton Crochet Face Masks. I would love to see your finished pieces if you would like to tag me on social media @wildnwonderfulcreations. You may not use my pictures and pass them off as your own for they are my property. Thank you for your understanding.