There are many reasons why reusable face masks are better than disposable face masks, and they're something that can be made at home. However, many DIY face masks require a sewing machine or basic sewing skills, but not all of us are endowed with these skills. If you have no idea how to sew but still want to make a face mask, this article is for you. All you need is a t-shirt and scissors, and about five minutes. Ready to get started? If you prefer a different style of no-sew face mask, check out our other tutorial (style two).
If you do have some sewing skills, check style one and style two of face masks you can make with a sewing machine. Or have a look our guide for all four face mask tutorials we have.