Number of masks cut on Cricut machines:
as of November 30, 2020
The crafting community has come together like never before. Within the last two weeks, we’ve seen hundreds of thousands of face masks cut on Cricut machines alone. We see you making for your friends, your family, the healthcare frontline, and essential workers in your community.
So here’s our humble invitation for makers everywhere: Let’s make 2 million masks together!
Every mask counts toward the greater goal – to beat this thing together. Because here’s something we believe: When we all make together, we make all things possible.
To help realize this goal, we’ll be donating Cricut Maker® machines and fabric to over 150 makers making a difference in their community.
If you have a Cricut cutting machine, you’ll find several free face mask projects in Design Space® for every skill level (including a no-sew design) – and use materials you probably already have at home, like a T-shirt.
You can cut these face mask patterns with fabric on your Cricut Maker or use your Cricut Explore® machine to create a paper template.
If you’re a Cricut Explore machine owner and cutting multiple masks out of a paper template, you can tell us how many masks you’ve made on this form.
Remember, handcrafted masks do not substitute for PPE in health care settings. See these articles from the CDC.
Remember, even if you just have a T-shirt and scissors at home, you can absolutely do this. Here are some free PDF patterns we’ve made available for everyone to use.
If you make a mask with scissors, submit how many you’ve made through this form. We would like to share many community stories across our social media channels – including yours!