At this very moment, you’re only three rounds away from a handmade, crochet face scrubbie that can replace the disposable cotton pads you use with toner or make-up remover.
Grab your hooks and follow this step-by-step crochet pattern and photo tutorial — then make a crap-load of cotton crochet face scrubbies for yourself and your friends!
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As part of my personal push to go green, I whipped up some little cotton face scrubbies to replace the cotton balls I use for toner and makeup remover.
This is a really quick project that doesn’t use much yarn, so it’s a great way to do some stash busting (which is exactly what I did with some of the extra yarn I had from the Bobble Heart Potholder).
If you can do the puff stitch, you’re good to go! If not, I’ve included a quick photo tutorial to help you out (check it out below!).
Before you begin, round up your supplies or hit up Amazon! I had a pile of cotton yarn leftover from random projects, so I just used that.
Worsted weight cotton yarn (I used Sugar’n Cream from my stash)
H, I, or J crochet hook (I used a J hook in this tutorial and an H (5 mm) hook in the video)
Tapestry needle, to weave in ends
Puff Stitch Tutorial:
Yarn over, and put hook under (top left), yarn over again, and pull through (top right). Repeat this process 4 more times, until there are 11 loops on your hook (bottom left). Yarn over one final time, and pull through all of the loops (bottom right). Finish off with a chain stitch.
Now that we all know how to puff stitch, let’s move on to the scrubbies!
Don’t forget to add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue!
Crochet Face Scrubbies Video Tutorial
Crochet Face Scrubbies – Stitch Chart
Round 1: Begin by making a magic ring, and *puff, chain* 8 times. If you don’t like magic rings, you could also chain 5, connect with a slip stitch, and then crochet the 8 puff stitches into the center of the circle (don’t forget to separate each with a chain, it will give you some extra room for the next row.
Carefully pull your magic ring closed, until it’s super tight.
Connect with a slip stitch at the top of the first puff stitch.
Round 2: Ch 1 and put 2 puff stitches into the top of the first puff stitch (not the chain, it will end up being less solid). Continue all the way around, with 2 puff stitches at the top of each previous puff stitch. (16 puff stitches)
Connect to the top of the first puff stitch with a slip stitch.
Round 3: Ch 1, and single crochet (sc) in the same stitch. Continue and sc all the way around. (32) Connect with a slip stitch and weave in ends.
That’s the end! It’s only three rounds to make a cute little crochet face scrubbie!
I picked out my brightest colors of Sugar’n Cream cotton yarn, but you could also use pastels or white for a more soothing, spa-like feel.
If you wash the scrubbies before using them, they’ll get super, super soft… which I love!
Be sure to make a bunch of face scrubbies so you can use them every day! I keep mine in my medicine cabinet so they’re easy to reach.
This post was shared at: Hookin on Hump Day and The Wednesday Showcase.