Please refer to this post for the mask instructions.
For both the child and the doll mask, I did include the filter pocket. I didn’t want my granddaughter to think that since it was ok for her doll not to have a filter, she didn’t need one either. And, I figured the doll mask also needed the twist tie for fitting around the nose, even though it goes completely across the top of the mask.
Also, I do not have a model for trying on the child’s mask. Once they receive the box, I will post about how these measurements fit a 7 year old girl.
The three pink masks are (from bottom) for my daughter-in-law, for Addie and for the doll at the top.
For the 7 year old girl:
Cut one of the following:
Note: If you’re making a doll mask or want to make two children’s masks, cut a strip, then cut the following pieces but each mask will need one of the following sizes:
1 – 7″ x 8″
1 – 7″ x 6″
For the ties: 2 – 1-7/8 x width of fabric. Then, I cut off 4″ from the selvage edges (so, if the fabric is 40″ wide, the unfinished measurements of the ties will be 1-7/8 x 32″)
The sewing instructions are exactly the same as for the adult mask (link above) except sew in about 1″ from the edges on the first seam when making the opening for the filter.
For the doll (18″ dolls):
1 – 5″ x 5″
1 – 5″ x 3-1/2″
For the ties – same as for the girl’s size but I cut 5 inches off the selvage edges so the unfinished size of each tie is 1-7/8″ x 30, assuming your fabric is 40″ wide to start with.
Same sewing instructions as the adult mask (link above) except you will want to sew about 1″ from the edges on the first seam when making the pocket for the filter.