How to make face masks to support healthcare workers Updated on March 22, 2020 By William Clement 27 Comments By William Clement 27 Comments TheComicalCanadian March 19, 2020 amazing video my guy Reply Karoline Hinz March 19, 2020 🖤 Reply Andy Birkey March 19, 2020 Solid work my friend 💪 Reply The Redsmith March 19, 2020 ❤🖤 Reply Tango Victor March 19, 2020 Ook vertaling is super. Nogmaals dank. Reply HolgerBarske March 19, 2020 Finally something with some practical use in these difficult times. Much appreciated. Reply Malt & Make March 19, 2020 What a great idea! Hope it spreads… maybe that wasn't the best choice of phrases! Reply Figments Made March 19, 2020 Ah you lovely person! Thank you for doing this! ❤️ Reply tor_selden March 19, 2020 Thanks! Very good instructions. Reply almagill March 19, 2020 Absolutely fab! Sharing among my crafty chums. Reply The A.D.D Maker March 20, 2020 Love it. Reply Stay Sharp Studio Brooklyn March 20, 2020 This is great. Thank you for doing this! Reply garagemonkeysan March 20, 2020 Great instructions. Mahalo for producing this video. So helpul! : ) Reply JENNI.SWISS March 20, 2020 great🍀❤️👍 Reply Jock McBile March 20, 2020 Thank you for using your awesome skills, to make things a little easier for people. Reply Massimiliano Salzano March 20, 2020 Here in Italy many tutorials suggest to put a sheet of baking paper between the two fabrics and then disinfect them at the end of the evening with 96% alcohol. Reply Susan Ashworth March 20, 2020 Thank you so much for the video. Can someone give me the dimensions of the small and kids mask I have no printer so I need to draw out a pattern Reply Stephen's 8x6 Workshop March 20, 2020 Ellen this is brilliant and a great contribution. If I were a fortnight younger, I'd marry you (ha ha ha ha) Stay safe 🙂 Reply Alvaro Suarez Isaza March 20, 2020 Thank you Ellen for your valuable contribution to try to overcome this crisis. Reply R Hooper March 20, 2020 So much love for this. Thank you! Reply Diana Rosenthal March 20, 2020 The instructions are not in English when I try to print Reply MegensBay March 20, 2020 Thanks for posting this. I plan to do my part Reply Elaine Wall March 21, 2020 I'm going to make some of these! Thanks, Ellen! Reply The Grant Alexander March 21, 2020 Keep up the awesome work Ellen! Reply Celeste Watson March 21, 2020 This is the best YouTube tutorial I've ever seen. So concise! Beautifully executed. Many thanks!! Reply CarolCurler March 21, 2020 Please ENGLISH pattern. Thank you! Reply angelairenaable March 22, 2020 If they are only meant to protect other being infected from you who are these being used by in hospitals ? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.