DIY Lularoe Leggings into face mask, face coverings #2

Upcycle your Lularoe Leggings into either a Buff for a face mask a face covering, A Gator for a face mask, or use the ends of the legs and make into a simple face mask! PDF and Tutorial included!

DIY tutorial on making your own face coverings, masks.  Use what you have on hand.  The ultimate upcycle recycle project.
Making your own face covering from your yoga pants, those LuLaRoe Leggings, from your own T-shirt stash. I patterned my buffs, gators from the buff that I wore when I taught Yoga in Mongolia, back in 2009! Use the materials that you have on hand!

  • Yoga Pants
  • LuLaRoe Leggings
  • T-Shirts

Use what you have on hand to make your own face coverings. The ultimate recycling of things you have in your home.

You can use hand sewing technique, sissors, thread, if you have, a sewing machine that works too. Probably best to have a ball point needle in your machine, when you are working with stretchy types of materials.

Here’s your PDF ==> sew tubular face mask

and another PDF ==> DIY Face covering

Yoga with Gail Pickens-Barger

DIY on making from the ends of Lularoe leggings into a face mask #2

What?

So I had a lot of left over leg ends, after I made the “Buffs and Gators” from the top of the Lularoe Leggings…. ==> See this DIY on the details!!

IMG_0248 Left over leg ends from my first DIY Lularoe Leggings into a Buff/Gator face mask.

I saw on my statistics someone typed in DIY Lularoe leggings into a face mask. Looked at it and thought, well I could make it simpler…  Here’s the ==> Upcycle your Lularoe Leggings into Face Masks, Buffs and Gators – Gail Pickens-Barger Yoga Teacher

IMG_0254 Take the Legging end part, keep the original hem end, and go ear to ear.  I subtracted about 2 inches because of the stretch factor, and cut slits.  Sharp sizzors, two slits.  Pretty simple.

IMG_0252 That worked pretty well!  So, one can put a filter in…

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