Maggie the Mask Maker: COVID-19 Mask Making Tutorials

Maggie The Mask Maker by Alarmclock Design LLC

Millions of Masks are needed, and Americans need your help! We must protect our citizens and our nation's healthcare workers battling on the frontlines. We are so inspired by the community and want to do our part to get involved in the effort against COVID-19. As we navigate this pandemic we want to help Americans everywhere; Healthcare workers, emergency service personnel, doctors, social services and our fellow neighbors through this crisis. We created this poster, inspired by the WWII poster by J. Howard Miller’s “We can do it!”. Miller’s poster was an inspiration to women workers everywhere to join the war effort. In an effort to spread the word about helping our community and fellow Americans please forward and spread the word on how you can help others in this effort to send masks to hospitals and other healthcare facilities. During this time of crisis, we can help each other and ourselves by giving back to our community. AMERICA needs you to help in any way you can! Sew masks, deliver and donate materials, create kits, wash fabrics, make phone calls. Find a group in your local area by searching "Mask Makers" on Facebook.

- Sewing for Lives: connecting healthcare facilities and first responders with seamstresses

- How to Sew Face Masks for Hospitals During the Coronavirus Shortage:

- Calling All Makers With 3D Printers: Join Critical Mission To Make Face Masks And Shields For 2020 Healthcare Workers:
3D Covid-19 models free to download here

- The CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

- Surgeon General, Dr. Jerome Adams, shares ways to create your own face-covering in a few easy steps:

- Calling All People Who Sew And Make - You Can Help Make Masks For 2020 Healthcare Worker PPE Shortage:

- Masks for anyone who uses speech reading, lip reading, and people who are profoundly deaf who use ASL as their primary mode of communication:

- No-Sew Pleated Face Mask with Handkerchief and Hair Tie

- How to Make a Facemask: 

FaceBook Group Mask Making in the Lehigh Valley, PA:

Photo instructions - Mask Making:

How To Make Coronavirus Face Masks, and how effective they are:

Additional Resources:

Information on how to stay safe and healthy during this time: 
Clean your hands often. Don't touch your eyes, nose or mouth.  Keep 6 feet away from others when possible.  If you feel sick, stay home when you can.  Listen for orders from your local government to stay home.  Cover coughs and sneezes with your elbow.
PLEASE SHARE WITH EVERYONE! Even if you don't sew!
We THANK YOU for staying inside to stop the spread.

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