This in the hoop (ITH) embroidery machine design allows you to make a pleated mask with a pocket. The pocket can be used to add extra filtration material. This versatile design also includes instructions for using elastic, bias tape, or ribbon to secure the mask to your face. There are also optional instructions for making the mask mold to the shape of your nose. Full assembly instructions are included.
- Pleated front
- 3 Size options (see below)
- 3 Strap options
- Filter pocket
- Flexible nose piece (optional)
The file comes in 8 formats and 3 different mask sizes, all for an 8x8 hoop or larger:
DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PEC, PES, VP3, XXX
- Small: best suited for kids over 3; measures approximately 3 x 5.75 inches
- Medium: best suited for teens, and adults with small to medium heads; measures approximately 3.5 x 6.75 inches
- Large: best suited for adults with larger heads; measures approximately 4 x 7.5 inches
Steps are separated by color changes. Please do not color sort or combine colors. If you are using a multi-needle machine, please set it to stop for color changes.
**Only the text described (if any) is included in the design.**
THIS LISTING IS NOT FOR AN ACTUAL STITCH OUT, BUT FOR THE FILE. Sample stitch is for demonstration purposes only.
Any extra items shown in the image do not come with the design unless specified here that they are included. These are just examples of what can be done with the designs.
Note: This is a machine embroidery design, not a PDF for hand embroidery. You must have an embroidery machine and a method in which to transfer the design files to your machine in order to use this design.
Your files will come in a ZIP folder. You must have software to unzip the files. Once they are unzipped, you can transfer them from your computer to your embroidery machine.
Not intended for use by persons age 3 and under. Children over 3 should only wear masks with adult supervision. Keep 6 feet of social distance while wearing cloth masks.
This pattern does not make a medical-grade mask. The masks produced with this pattern do not eliminate the risk of contracting or transmitting any disease or infection. The masks do not protect the wearer from small particles in the air transmitted by others' coughs, sneezes, and respiratory emissions.