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Quick DIY Ski Mask Tutorial

Follow this tutorial and create an instant DIY Ski Mask in about a minute using supplies everyone has on hand. This simple hack can be used as a face mask in a pinch. Make sure you check out my new Fabric Face Mask tutorial.

We are only a few weeks into winter and it has been a brutal one. Much of the country is experiencing colder than normal temperatures. That makes for a lot of exposed skin that dries out quickly. Make yourself a DIY Ski Mask before heading outside. This quick tutorial is so easy that anyone can make it. 

DIY Ski Mask Hack

I do not like ski facemasks that are tight across the face because I feel like I am suffocating. This one is soft, comfortable and not tight.

We went walking out in 15-degree below zero temperatures the other day and the face mask was perfect. The knit fabric does get wet from your breath, but the way it hangs keeps it away from your mouth. You can see that it started to get some frozen crystals on it.

One shirt makes two masks, which is convenient for washing. While they are machine washable, I like to wash one out in the sink and hang dry after each use. The other is always available to wear.

While you are at it, make some easy Shoe Covers to protect your floors from your wet shoes.

How do you deal with winter weather and protecting your face?
Instant DIY Ski Mask Tutorial - No Skills Needed! Make your own DIY Ski Mask to protect your face from cold air. This simple no-sew tutorial takes about a minute to make with supplies you have on hand. Don't go outside without protecting your skin with this face mask and Lubriderm!

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Quick DIY Ski Mask

Quick DIY Ski Mask

Create a face mask in about a minute with this easy tutorial.

Active Time 1 minute
Total Time 1 minute
Difficulty very easy
Estimated Cost $0


  • old t-shirt


  • scissors


    1. Lay your t-shirt out flat. Use a large or extra-large shirt for an adult. Smaller sizes will work for children.
    2. Cut the sleeve of the shirt off just above the seam that attaches it the shirt.
    3. Cut both sleeves for two ski masks.
    4. Pull the sleeve over your head to cover your face. The hem of the shirt should sit along the bridge of the nose with the sleeve seam at the back of your neck.

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