January 14, 2021

Download the #OpenCovidPledge V4 / V6 Mask pattern

A sample of the V4/V6 pattern.

We've taken the #OpenCovidPledge and have pledged to make our face mask designs available to all under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Download our previously shared patterns: V1 Mask Pattern (two layers) and V3 Mask Pattern (three layers).

The downloadable patterns linked below will allow you to make our V4 Mask (WIRED #1 Cloth Mask) and our new V6 Mask (six breathable layers) at home. 

V4 or V6 Mask Pattern, Size Small/Medium (PDF)

V4 or V6 Mask Pattern, Size Medium/Large (PDF)

Rachel, owner of the Etsy shop tombihninspired that offers versions of our face mask patterns including expanded sizes and filter pockets, created the videos below demonstrating how to sew the masks and make the adjustable ear loops and lanyard of the V2, V3,  V4 and V6 Masks. Note that masks with lanyards are for adult use only and are not intended for use by children 12 and under; see our warnings & guidelines. You may also be interested in checking out J.R.'s modified version of our V3 Mask pattern which includes a filter pocket, amongst other changes.

Noteworthy notes:


Creative Commons License
V4 / V6 Reusable Cloth Face Mask Pattern by TOM BIHN, INC. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on works at https://www.tombihn.com/products/v6mask and https://www.tombihn.com/products/v4mask

TOM BIHN has taken the #opencovidpledge - all of our face mask patterns will be offered under the Creative Commons license.


Angela - February 14, 2021

Hi, I’ve been making TB masks from the patterns, thank you, and I hope to share pictures soon. I’ve also recently downloaded the V6 pattern and saw it’s quite different from V3. Hope that you can post a video on how to sew V6 soon!
Thank you all at TB!

Adriane Reed - February 14, 2021

Thank you so much for sharing the new versions! Going to start sewing mine tonight!

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