This post is the continuation from Face Covering Part 1 please read the other posts if you have not already done so.
Fold in both the wings lining the top and bottom, lightly press the the fold like in this picture.
Next fold over and lightly press the top and bottom seams do not use any facing yet, one of the wings will overlap the other this is by design to create the filter pocket.
Open the seams and place a double layer of hemming web in a trapezoid shape, make sure there is a gap on the left and right sides for the string that you created in part 1 you will be ironing the string in place in the next step.
Carefully fold in the two wings and press using the webbing instructions and a piece of fabric to keep the face of the iron clean, when cooled check the string can move, you now have a pocket for the filter.
The next step is to fold and lightly press a folded seam to the top and bottom edges.
Use a double layer of hemming web and press in place the top and bottom seams using a piece of material to protect the face of the iron.
Optional step is to add a nose wire, this can be a nose wire strip, a pipe cleaner, coated stiff copper wire, this inserts into the top seam, like in this picture, cut a piece to length and move it to the middle.
Now you have a no sew face covering with a filter pocket, repeat the process for any other coverings and sizes.
You can purchase filters although the lead time is quite long at the date of posting, or use a coffee filter, kitchen roll, vacuum bag, just Google the different options.
Fit the non medical face covering by pulling on the string or cord until comfortable, make sure the wearer can breath comfortably, if the wearer feels out of breath do not use the face covering.
Pinch the nose wire if fitted there should be no gaps from the top or sides, the mask is only meant to stop you spreading the virus if you are asymptomatic as the virus is spread in small droplets from the back of your throat, here is our model wearing a mask created from this tutorial.