DIY No Sew Face Mask Using Norwex Cloth

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Learn the simple steps to make a quick,  DIY no sew face mask using the dense fabric of a Norwex window cloth.

Never in a million years did I dream that one day I would do a DIY craft tutorial for a face mask here on the blog! But, like many of the rest of you, I found myself needing to make one today. I was thrilled to discover this quick and simple method!

This method can be used with any type of fabric. However, as I’ve mentioned before, I personally use Norwex cloths and products in my own home on a daily basis. I’ve been using them for years and am thrilled with the results. Not only do they make cleaning tasks quicker, easier, and less expensive, they have given me the opportunity to eliminate harmful chemicals from my home!

Disclosure: I am a Norwex Independent Consultant.

The other day, I heard the CDC’s recommendation of wearing a cloth face covering in public settings in light of the current world situation. (You can read CDC’s full article regarding homemade cloth face coverings here.)

Just hours later, Norwex  announced that they have begun production of personal use face masks that will be available later. (Exact date yet to be announced.) I was thrilled!

They are being made out of their window cloth material – which is very dense and contains their built in Baclock system.

I’ll be honest, I want one!! However, they have already carefully stated that the demand will be far greater than they will be able to supply at first.

I am putting together a list of people who would like to be notified when they become available for purchase. Would you like to be on that list and notified as soon as I know? If so, fill out the form below and I’ll email you as soon as I find out!


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In the meantime, I discovered a super easy DIY method!

I’ve recorded a quick video to demonstrate, or you can read the step by step instructions below.

Or, to make 3 separate face masks, cut each cloth into 3 identical sized pieces. (Cutting the cloth will make a less bulky and hot mask.)

**Update: Upon further experimentation, it is recommended to cut apart the cloth and make multiple masks for breath-ability purposes. For detailed video and written instructions on how to do that, click here

2. Slide a rubber band or hair tie onto each end, stopping at about 1/3 of the length of the fabric.

The center will then become like a “cup shape” that will go over your mouth and nose.

3. Fold each end toward the center.

Hold up the mask to your face, center the “cup” portion over your nose and mouth, and attach the rubber bands around your ears.

Ta Da! You did it! See that was easy…

If you would like to purchase a window cloth to make some DIY masks, click here.

Once you enter the Norwex site, look for the “window cloths”

They come in a variety of colors and even a “blue wave” pattern right now. Choose whichever one you’d like. Add whatever your little heart desires, select “direct ship” and it will be delivered right to your door. (FOR CANADIANS ONLY. I’m so sorry, but at this time, I’m only allowed to sell to Canadians.)

For instructions on making masks with Norwex window cloths and a sewing machine:

Norwex Customer Specials for this Month:

Norwex is also having some great specials this month, so if you’re running out of something you need, now might be a great time to have it delivered right to your door! Here are this month’s  customer’s specials: (I use the optic scarf to clean my glasses multiple times EVERY DAY!! I love it…)

 

 

 

 

To place an order for Norwex, click here to begin shopping.

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8 Comments

  1. Do you know how delighted I am to find out that you are a Norwex consultant? I went to one Norwex party years ago and purchased an envirocloth and a glass cleaning cloth and I ADORE using both. Now I know exactly where to go when I want to order more Norwex supplies.

    Thanks for the mask tutorial. Glad I have a glass cleaning cloth if I need to resort to making my own mask.

  2. Thank you SO much for sharing! I am a Norwex consultant in the U.S. and I will be sharing this great idea! God bless you…

    1. I am so glad that this is helpful to you. I’ve just added an update, as they’ve announced that they do recommend cutting the cloth so it is only one single layer. I’ve linked a really helpful document to give more details on that step. I’ve also linked another video that I found super helpful explaining Norwex’s products in light of the world’s current events. I hope it’s helpful – and thanks for stopping by!!

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