DIY face mask into “Buffs” or “Gators” Tutorial

How to make a face mask from your old yoga pants or those Lularoe leggings - by Gail Pickens-Barger

Sew or hand sew your own Buff or Gator to use as a face mask – Gail Pickens-Barger  – this yoga teacher needs your help.  Please subscribe to my YouTube channel ==> Yogawithgaileee

How to make a face mask from your old yoga pants or those Lularoe leggings - by Gail Pickens-Barger
How to make a face mask from your old yoga pants or those Lularoe leggings – by Gail Pickens-Barger  Please subscribe to my Youtube Channel ==> Yogawithgaileee
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My original Buff
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OSU colors – turning this into my face masks.
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Used my old Buff to measure how long.  It’s about 20 inches to cut off from the waist band on down.
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Makes two pairs!  Cut down the center seam.  I kept the sewn leg part…why sew more when you don’t have to?
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Pin the fabric sides together to prepare to either sew by the machine or hand sew.
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My Pfaff machine getting put to use!  Sewing down the side seam.  I kept the waist band here on this diy face mask.
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Wow it works!  Nice and firm against the face.  I since then cut off the waist band and it still works tightly across the face.  If you liked this please Subscribe to this Yoga Teacher’s Youtube Channel ==> Yogawithgaileee

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==> Tutorial #2 of using then ends of the Lularoe Leggings or Yoga Pants into No Sew Face Masks

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Beginner Beginning Yoga in Nederland Texas. Private Yoga Lessons available. YogaKiddos & Mindful Exercise by International & Experienced Yoga Teacher Gail Pickens-Barger. https://yogawithgaileee.com

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