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At this very moment, you’re only three rounds away from a handmade, crocheted cotton 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 scrubbies for yourself and your friends!

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stack of crochet face scrubbies with a pink one on top

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pile of brightly colored cotton face scrubbies

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!).

two skeins of pink and yellow Lily Sugar n Cream yarn with a white ball of yarn in the center

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.

Supplies:
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)
Scissors
Tapestry needle, to weave in ends

step-by-step guide for how to puff stitch, with pink yarn and a gold hook

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!

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Click here for the free pattern, or check out the video!

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