Halloween Masks!

OCT 13, 2008 updated May 30, 2016

Halloween is almost here! And for those of you who are like me and procrastinate til the last minute figuring out your costume, here is a fun and easy idea to make for yourself, your kids, your partner, or your pets–


Here, Kim and I don our new fabric masks.  Kim’s is a no-sew mask with tie-on straps included in the design and starch as a stiffening agent–great for those of us strapped for time. The mask I’m wearing is a sewn mask, with heavy-weight interfacing on the front, a lining, and an elastic band. This one is a bit sturdier and great for masks that will hang out in the dress-up bin and get continual wearing because  they can be washed easily.

We are offering these for you to download! You can leave them as is, or tweak them to make them your own, then upload them to your own Spoonflower account and order them. There are many fun ideas for fabric masks: Like mine would make a much better Frankenstein than a robot…  Frankenstein, a Mardi Gras mask, a robot, a monkey, a lion (adding lots and lots of yarn for a mane– *how cute*), the cone heads… the possibilities are endless!

Download halloween-masks-fabric.jpg.

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