Selecting Fabrics for Making Masks

Everyone needs a mask and all of us who have the sewing skills are making them for friends, family, and essential workers.

Here at Some Art Fabric we have donated over 300 masks and many yards of our scrap fabric. This week I’ve selected some of my favorite fabrics from our inventory to make masks in order to showcase our beautiful fabric.

I will admit that I prefer non-directional all over fabrics because you get more masks from the yardage but some fabrics are simply too lovely not to make the additional effort with.

Featured Fabrics for making cotton masks during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A – Morning Moon Unicorns Celestial Kaufman Cotton Quilt Fabric ABKD-18648-286
B – Anna Maria’s Conservatory Free Spirit Cotton Quilt Fabric PWAM005 ZINNI Red
C – Science Fair – Random Dots – Non Directional – Mask – Black 5MMA 10 Quilt Fabric

D – Chromatics – Science Fair – Dots – In The Beginning 5MMA 9 Gray – Quilt Fabric
E – Diving Board Lilliput House Andover A8636 E Sunrise – Allison Glass Quilt Fabric
F – Moon Shine TuLa Pink Swarm Butterflies PWTP059 Fern Green Aqua Cotton Quilt

G – Butterflies Passionflower Free Spirit Cotton Quilt Fabric PWAH129 NIGHT DK Gray
H – Rose Floral Contemporary Free Spirit Cotton Quilt Fabric PWSN028 Red Purple
I – Song of the Siren Swimmer Free Spirit Cotton Quilt Fabric PWSN028 NAVY Blue

J – Contemporary Floral Marabella Free Spirit Cotton Quilt Fabric PWAR025 PACIFIC
K – (Same as A) Morning Moon Unicorns Celestial
L – Musings Birds Robert Kaufman Cotton Quilt Fabric AVW-17317-327 LAGUNA

Lining Fabric

The masks are lined with one of our many solids, my favorite for versatility being the Organic White Sheeting.