Sew your own diy sleep mask using this sewing pattern that’s free for all newsletter subscribers. If you are looking for an easy sleep mask pattern, this one is super comfortable and soft, and one of my most popular free patterns (more freebies here) Grab the free pattern and sleep late this weekend!
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Diy Sleep Mask
Make it easier to relax using this diy sleep mask! This is one of my free patterns for quick projects that can be finalized within less than an hour and is ideal for beginners. Two interfacing options and a lot of sewing tips included!
A sleep mask like this one, packaged in a cute diy little pouch like the free LILI pouch pattern here, or the Mia pattern (from my shop ) makes a great gift for a new mom, a college student, anyone who can benefit from a quick energizing nap – and that’s pretty much everyone!
First, for those of you who like video, I’ve made a slide-show to get the feeling of how easy it is to sew one:
If you want to hear a little story behind this diy sleep mask, scroll down. But first, let me show you how to sew it.
8″ length, 3 1/2″ width (20cm x 9cm)
- just a little fabric 9×9″ (Peek-A-Boo shop now has custom fabrics –Love their ice-cream print!)
- even less fusible fleece: 9″ x 4″ (21cm x 11cm)
- 16″ (40 cm) of fold-over elastic (I used 5/8″ width, that is 1.5cm)
- sewing machine or needle, pins or sewing clips,
- iron, scissors, or rotary cutter plus cutting mat (I use this one by Olfa)
- the free template that’s available to all my newsletter subscribers with an exclusive password you get once you’ve confirmed your subscription (new subscribers: join here, existing subscribers: enter Freebie Library here with your password)
Diy Sleep Mask Tutorial
2) Next step: attach fusible fleece to the front fabric piece.
5) Stitch around, leaving a 3″ (7cm) gap at the top edge, for turning. Go slowly and use a short stitch length, it will make sewing curves easier.
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