Green background. "Making Masks with Creative Arts" is written in bold, black text in the centre of the graphic. Below this, an illustration of four multi-coloured masks surrounded by green, leafy vines.

 

💜 Making Masks (and friendly chats) 💜

 

Join the wonderful UMSU Creative Arts and Enviro teams and learn together how you can hand-sew your OWN face mask!

This workshop is a great way to learn a new skill & make yourself a stylish (but safe!) mask!

Open to all students, regardless of your sewing abilities!

👉 WHEN: 16 September, 3:00-5:00pm AEST

👉 WHERE: Online!

👉 Register here to receive the Zoom link!

This workshop will be facilitated by fabulous textile artist, CJ Starc!

Things you will need:

  • Needle (thin and small if possible, but as long as it’s not super thick it should work)
  • Thread
  • Printed or drawn pattern (see mask pattern here)
  • Scissors (fabric scissors if possible)
  • Pins or something heavy (such as a glass, container or paperweight)
  • Breathable non-stretch fabric such as cotton or linen (at least A3 in size)
  • Pen or pencil (depending on the fabric)
  • Ribbon or elastic (can recycle the elastic from a disposable mask)
  • Ruler or something to measure with
  • Safety pin

The instructions for making the mask can also be viewed here.

 

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