Super Comfy 3-ply Disposable Surgical Masks! – Made in Singapore

Was recently recommended these by my friend, Tendy Tsai.

In the beginning, I thought it was just like any of those disposable masks sold online. Honestly, the masks didn’t look any different from those my wife bought from Guardian or those online resellers on Lazada. Boy, was I wrong…

Anti-Fog 3ply 30pcs - Vibrante

Tendy is a good friend who happened to be one of the Top 100 Golf Coaches in the world. A very humble individual who enjoyed “kopi-time” with his friends and always open to share his wealth of knowledge in golf, fitness training, and business building. He is also the founder of Tendy Golf Academy.

Tendy invited me for “kopi” a few days ago to catch-up; we could have met up even more often if not for the COVID-19 situation. You see, Tendy and I were also Spartan Race regulars and we fancied overseas races so much that we travelled across the causeway to race at least twice a year before COVID.

On this occasion, not only did he buy me “kopi”, he gave a box of surgical mask to try.

3ply 50 pcs 2
• BFE ( Bacteria Filtration Efficiency ) > 99% • Hydrophobic • Hypoallergenic • Firm and flexible nose bridge • Soft and comfortable elastic ear loops

Can you guess what was the first question I had in mind when I saw the box?
> Did Stark Enterprise produce these?

Now, I truly respect Tendy for his exceptional personality, and yet I still felt kinda weird when he gifted me this box of surgical masks. He gave a pat on my shoulder and said two words, “Try it“.

So here I was, removing my own mask to put on a piece of Marvel Medical‘s surgical mask… Wow… the instant feel of Premium Quality! I kid you not; the quality was unlike any of those medical-grade surgical masks my wife had ever bought.

Being curious, I asked Tendy why he gave me this box of high-quality surgical masks as it must cost quite a bit, and to my surprise, it was very cost-efficient. He shared that this was something he ventured into and just want to share something great with his friends. I quickly shared with my wife about it as she had the eyes for details when it comes to things like these.

For the next few days, I stress-tested the masks during my workout session. Not only was it breathable, but it was also lightweight. I especially liked the soft elastic earloops on the mask. I managed a 3-km run at my normal jogging pace without difficulty. I also managed to complete a 20-min HIIT circuit with it without any issues.

Marvel Medical‘s surgical mask comes in two versions; Normal and Anti-Fog. If you are wearing glasses like I am right now (reading glasses), you will love the Anti-Fog version because it comes with an additional cushion that not only secures the mask better, it prevents the vapor from blurring your glasses.

3 ply 30 pcs AF

Made in Singapore, Marvel Medical‘s surgical masks is easily one of the most cost-effective disposable 3-ply face masks in the market. If you are looking to purchase, drop me a message and I will “link” you up!

How to attach a 15cm doll’s head to body

Welcome to ‘How to sew a 15cm doll’s head to body’.

Fill the head with polyester stuffing. Try to make the head as round as possible. Be generous with the stuffing, otherwise the face will look ‘deflated’/ ‘wrinkled’.

The head should be full like this. Get ready to attach the body to the head. I prefer to sew the front of the body (red dotted line) to the head (green dotted line) as shown below. Take out some stuffing if you find it hard to sew. Remember to replenish the stuffing after you are done with sewing.



Sew the red dotted lines using hidden stitches after you have filled up the body with stuffing.



Congratulations! You have made your first doll!

Thanks for following my tutorials 🙂

~ Pinkmoon Crafts

How to sew a 15cm doll’s face (Part 3)

Welcome to part 3 of ‘How to sew a 15cm doll’s face’.

Sew the back of the head to the face along the red dotted lines. Leave some allowance for the ears later.



Sew one ear along the red dotted line.



Turn it to the front to see if the ear is at the desired location.



Flip up the chin and attach it to the ear by sewing along the red dotted line.



Finish the remaining stitches of the back of the head (purple fabric) on top of the ear.


Sew along the red dotted lines of the chin fabric (this will be the back of the neck where the hair ends)


Finished look. Repeat the steps for the other ear.

That’s all for today.

~ Pinkmoon Crafts

How to sew a 15cm doll’s face (Part 2)

Welcome to part 2 of ‘How to sew a 15cm doll’s face’.

Sew the ears along the red dotted lines.



Turn the ears out and fill them with polyester stuffing if you want the ears to be ‘voluminous’, otherwise it’s fine to leave them empty.



Trace the face using the template. Remember to leave sewing allowance.



Sew the ‘triangle’ parts circled in red.



Trace the back of the head using the template. Likewise, remember to leave sewing allowance. Sew the red dotted lines first followed by the green dotted lines.



Side and front profiles of the back of the head.



Sew the chin along the red dotted lines as shown in the photo.

That’s all for today. 

~ Pinkmoon Crafts

How to sew a 15cm doll’s face (Part 1)

Welcome to part 1 of ‘How to sew a 15cm doll’s face’.

Draw doll’s face using heat erasable fabric pen on water soluble paper. Make sure the paper and velboa fabric (I used 22cm x 22cm) are secured tightly (but not too tight as the facial features might get out of shape) in the embroidery hoop. Embroidery takes a lot of time. So, your patience is worth it.


Proceed with the hair (I used 22cm x 22cm) after you have finished the face. Working on hair is very cumbersome. It took me a while to cut out the shape and secure it together with the fabric and hoop. I would sew the hair together with the face fabric so that they won’t get out of shape. Usually my hair style will be different from my sketch. Lol. But still looked decent. The beauty of using heat erasable pen is that you can use hair dryer to erase undesirable patterns! And you can reuse the water soluble paper as long as it fits well inside the hoop. Sew the hairline as drawn. Once again, it takes a lot of time using hand sewing…

Tear away the paper once you are done with all the sewing. I would usually do another round of touch-ups in case I missed some spots.

Rest well after sewing the hair and face!

Note: I used 22cm x 22cm fabric for face and hair as I would usually cut out the doll’s body parts using those pieces. But in my earlier tutorial, I had to use another piece of fabric to demonstrate how much fabric would all parts require.

~ Pinkmoon Crafts

How to sew a 15cm doll’s body (Part 4)

Hi! This is last part of ‘How to sew a 15cm doll’s body’.

Sew along the red dotted lines as shown.

Above 2 photos show the little triangle on the front body that you must sew.

Sew along the red dotted lines as shown in the above 2 photos. These are the parts near the legs.



Next, sew along the red dotted lines as shown. The little opening is for you to fill up the body with polyester stuffing.



Tada! You are done with the body except filling the body suit with stuffing!

That’s all for today. Hope you have enjoyed my tutorials 🙂

~ Pinkmoon Crafts

How to sew a 15cm doll’s body (Part 3)

Welcome to part 3 of ‘How to sew a 15cm doll’s body’. We will work on the legs!

Thighs: Sew along the red dotted lines as shown.



Ankles: Attach ankles to the thighs by sewing along the red dotted lines as shown.


Straighten the thigh and ankle, and sew along the red dotted lines. Repeat the same for the other leg.

The red dotted lines are what you have sewn.



Sole: Sew it to the ankle as shown in p7. Repeat the same for the other leg as shown below.



That’s all for today 🙂 

~ Pinkmoon Crafts

How to sew a 15cm doll’s body (Part 2)

Welcome to part 2 of ‘How to sew a 15cm doll’s body’.

It’s my habit to sew the arms first. 

Follow the red dotted line for the location of the stitches. Do the same for the other arm.


Next, attach 1 piece of body (back) to the body (front) as shown above. I embroidered the pink patterns before I cut the fabric.

Attach the second piece of body (back) to the body (front).


Lastly, attach arms to the body. This is the trickiest part of sewing because the hole is small and I always get pricked >.<

Finally, the red dotted lines are what you have sewed if you follow this tutorial step by step.

Final product for this tutorial.

~ Pinkmoon Crafts

How to sew a 15cm doll’s body (Part 1)

Trace body templates, including chin using a piece of 28cm x 22cm velboa plush fabric in skin color. In the end, you will get:


Chin x1


Body with embroidery (front) x1, Body A & B (back) x2

Arm (longer piece) x2, Underarm x2, i.e. we need 2 arms

(From left to right) – Thigh x2, Ankle x2, Sole x2, i.e. we need 2 legs


Ear x4, 1 ear=2 pieces, i.e. we need 2 ears


~ Pinkmoon Crafts

What do you need to make a 15cm doll?


Hair & skin
I use velboa plush fabric, 5mm thickness for the hair and 1.5-2mm thickness for the skin.

Stuffing
I bought 0.5kg of polyester stuffing and you can make many dolls out from 0.5kg!


Embroidery hoop is a must for doing embroidery on the face and even for small details like patterns on the body.

I use white nylon thread for sewing the body. And embroidery threads (you will need more than 2 colors!) for the face and patterns on the body.

Needles. I use the tiniest needle in this blue round box for the embroidery.

Water soluble paper is a must for me to draw eyes, mouth. You can tear it easily from the stitches. I will show it to you in later posts.

Scissors & thread snipper for trimming fabric and cutting thread.

Thread picker/seam ripper is extremely useful when you want to re-do your stitches.

Heat erasable fabric pen (高温消失笔) is used to draw on the fabric and water soluble paper. I prefer using heat erasable pen to water soluble pen as I try not to let my doll (during production) to get in contact with water.

Lastly, templates. I drew and cut out my templates on unused plastic files. I will show you the dimensions in later posts. Remember to leave 0.4cm-0.5cm sewing allowance after you have traced the shapes!

~Pinkmoon Crafts