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Kim from NV says
I’ve been making the Olsen masks, too! Being a quilter, I have a HUGE collection of fabrics to choose from. Being a quilter, I have 25+ yrs experience sewing, and I give you major props for using this pattern. The directions were NOT written by folks who have even sewn, and I struggled with it the first time, too. If you go to http://www.sewcanshe.com Caroline has streamlined it quite a bit. I can sew 4 in about an hour including the cutting.
Your mod for the nose strip is great! I was tack sewing pipe cleaners in for the nose piece, then tried out some strips of aluminum foil folded many times. The foil worked better. Im gonna steal your strip idea!
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I am SO glad I’m not the only one struggling with the design. I really thought I was being a bit of a dunce when it took me so long to make the first one. Cheers for the link! I will definitely be checking it out for my next mask.
And I’m so glad I could give you a tip for the nose piece. Since these masks need to be laundered regularly I figured having the option to remove the nose-piece was really key. It took me AGES to figure out how to do that little strip, but I was pretty pleased when I did 🙂