Hi Wisteria Chugakko:

I know all of you have been having school from home, and you have been studying hard.

I am sending you links for face mask patterns😷  for you to make for your family, friends and community.  So, take out your sewing machines.


1.  Ms. Lynn from the Collage Class sent me a very detailed Fabric Face Mask pattern with instructions from Kaiser. See below to view and download.

2.  Ms. Linda from Sewing and Cooking Class sent me the second pattern, www.craftpassion.com.

3.  I have attached a photo of some face masks that I made for my kids and grandchildren.  I used the JoAnn's Fabric Face Mask video, "How to Make a Face Mask" on joann.com make-to-give. 


Please be safe, "Safer at Home".  I have been at home for the past weeks.  I have been cleaning, sewing and watching movies.

Take care of your family.

Ms. Charlene

Charlene Masks IMG_20200401_150601 (3) (