Image by Mia via YouTube
If you haven’t had enough yet, this DIY face mask by Mia on YouTube is a new design for those that wear glasses. If your glasses tend to fog up when you wear your face mask, this should solve your problem. There’s a lot of new designs out there and everyone is finding ways to be creative with them too. Quite frankly, I don’t think I’d ever get tired of these face mask tutorials. I think it’s becoming the norm now to see so many new ideas and videos on YouTube. It’s a quick and easy tutorial, and you can make this out of old t-shirts, shirts, or cloth items that you can not use anymore. Keep on making face masks, and stay protected. Plus, a free pattern is provided with this tutorial with different sizes.
Next, fold the face mask into the midpoint and sew it together to receive the no fog glasses nose support.
Apparently, this face mask doesn’t touch your mouth or nose, but it does keep everything shut and closed. I know a lot of people break out with the surgical face mask, so I think at this point, having different types of style of face mask would be convenient. Also, you can use any cloth of fabric that you can cycle out to be stylish to match with your outfits. This is a great pattern for those that wear glasses. I don’t wear glasses anymore, but I see people at the grocery stores and their glasses fog up all the time. I would send them off with this tutorial if I could.