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[title] Fold and sew the front seam
[* black] Insert wisdom here'''Fold the mask in half''', aligning the two bottom corners with each other.
[* icon_caution] '''The mask should be inside-out''', so that the inside of the mask is facing out and the side with the straps attached is facing in.
[* icon_note] You can pin the mask together if you want, but it was stiff enough that I didn't need to.
[* red] Carefully '''sew the center seam''', running from the bottom corner to the upper straight line.
[* icon_note] '''Stop and adjust your angle''' at the half way point to follow the mask's contour.
[* icon_note] Sew roughly '''1/4" from the edge'''.
[* orange] End at the point where the upper straight line meets the edge of the mask. See the '''orange arrow''' in the photo for reference
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[* black] Insert wisdom here'''Fold the mask in half''', aligning the two bottom corners with each other.
[* icon_caution] '''The mask should be inside-out''', so that the inside of the mask is facing out and the side with the straps attached is facing in.
[* icon_note] You can pin the mask together if you want, but it was stiff enough that I didn't need to.
[* red] Carefully '''sew the center seam''', running from the bottom corner to the upper straight line.
[* icon_note] '''Stop and adjust your angle''' at the half way point to follow the mask's contour.
[* icon_note] Sew roughly '''1/4" from the edge'''.
[* orange] End at the point where the upper straight line meets the edge of the mask. See the '''orange arrow''' in the photo for reference
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