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Thread: Made my first sleep mask today.

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    Super Member Flowergurl's Avatar
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    Made my first sleep mask today.

    It was really pretty easy. I like wide elastic, so i used some no roll elastic i had on hand.
    The front is flannel and the back side is like a soft brushed denim. I put a layer of gray fleece inside.
    It fits great is comfy and blocks light very well.
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    how cute! i made some and ended up just doing a rectangle and lay it across my eyes. works well enough and i tend to hate the straps anyway.

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    great idea,,, now for holiday presents
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    I love a sleep mask. I wear one every night. Yours is very cute.
    Alyce

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    Thanks! Yes, these are easy, quick gift ideas.
    I roll around in my sleep, so i need something that moves with me.
    That's why i like the wider elastic too. haha

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    Neat idea, I've been thinking about trying one. I already have blackout curtains but I was wondering if it might help my brain to stop whizzing around instead of sleeping

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    great idea!!!
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    Good idea! My daughter has to have it black in the room for her to sleep. I'll make her one of these. Thanks for the info

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    You are most welcome. I work third shift and i find these help me to sleep during the day.

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