Kiki’s partnered with Central Valley Community Foundation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We used our 18,000 square foot facility to manufacture face masks for local hospitals spanning across 6 counties in the area. This was during the beginning phase of COVID. We would like to thank the numerous volunteers that helped make this project possible. If you would like to make your own masks please help yourself to the mask-making tutorial videos below.

Download Kiki’s mask pattern and instructions

After you register and pick up your mask kit from Kiki’s Quilt Shack, you will need to download the pattern and instructions. Click the buttons below to get started.

Please note that our face mask pattern has been customized to meet the required standards of healthcare professionals. We ask that you do not change or modify our pattern in any way to ensure your masks can be used.

Get Kiki’s Mask Pattern
Get Kiki’s Mask Instructions

How to assemble and sew masks

Our team has put together two instructional videos to walk you through the face mask making process. Check them out below. The first video covers the materials needed and the second shows you how to sew and assemble your masks.

Mask-Making Tutorial #1: Getting to know the mask pattern and your materials

In this video, Cathy will show you how to get familiar with your mask pattern and the materials you will be working with.

Mask-Making Tutorial #2 – How to sew the mask

In this video, Cathy will show you how to sew your mask together in a simple step-by-step process.

Mask-Making Tutorial #3 — Elastic Strap Material Substitutes

As you can imagine, Kiki’s has received a high volume of questions about what to use in lieu of elastic when none is available for straps. Take a look at this video to see what materials work best as a substitute for elastic when none is available.