This is a digital PDF pattern meant to aid you in creating a leather face hugger inspired mask as seen in the movies.
Video tutorial https://youtu.be/zPwITmuqs2Q
- The pattern comes in all sizes and you need to measure your head circumference ( from your forehead to the back of your head ) when picking the right one. The head ball studs that are used on the small straps also provide some adjustment range so you should opt for the closest size.
- We used 5-6 oz ( ±2 mm ) vegetable tanned leather scraps for this one but you may use whatever weight you prefer.
- To fasten the mask we used 5 screw-in head ball studs that provide a bit of adjustment and together with picking the right size you should get more than a snug fit for your creepy little friend.
- Some basic skills of working with vegetable tanned leather should be of help. The leather will need to be cased and modeled a bit in order to achieve a more realistic look. Please watch the video to get an idea.
- The project is put together mostly using cross stitching so make sure you can reproduce it before buying.
⚠️ Note that you will not be able to use this file for CNC or laser cutting as it does not contain XML data.
💡You may print this pattern on any of the following paper types: US Letter, A4-A0, Legal and Ledger / Tabloid by selecting the US_Letter format from your printing options.
💡 To access your digital file(s), go to You > Purchases and reviews and look for the order. To the right of the order, click Download Files. This goes to the Downloads page for all the files attached to your order.
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Sep 5, 2022
It was a great project to work on. It turned out AWESOME!!
Sep 5, 2022
It’s a great pattern and easy to use, but make sure you use the right weight of leather. I used leather that was too thick and ended up being a real pain to sew the tail together.
Aug 19, 2022