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GEM BAG. SUZIE’S SOAP SACK OR SACHET (C) Free Pattern Friday - Reusable Crochet Cotton Facial Scrubbies. Do you like my new segment?

Free Pattern Friday - Reusable Crochet Cotton Facial Scrubbies

Free Pattern Friday! I like the sound of that. Today I'll be sharing how I made my reusable cotton facial scrubbies! I use these for removing my makeup, washing my face, and applying astringent or essential oils to my face. They are 100% cotton, washable, and SO easy to make. Crochet Cotton Facial Scrubbies Pattern by Ashley Ludlow What you’ll need: · 4-ply worsted weight 100% cotton yarn· Size J or 6.00 MM crochet hook (you can use any size hook you’d like!) What stitches you’ll need to know: · ch – chain· sl st – slip stitch· puff st – puff stitch (y/o, hook into the st, y/o, pull through and lift up – leave some slack, y/o, hook into the same st, y/o, pull through and lift up, y/o, hook into the same st, y/o, pull through and lift up, y/o, pull through all loops on the hook, secure with ch) Instructions: ch 3, sl st in first ch of the row to create a loop *optional – pull yarn tail behind the hook and align with the loop so you can crochet over the top of it.

-Ash. All Crochet Towel & Topper. With size G hook, ch 50 Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, ch 1, turn - 49 sc.

All Crochet Towel & Topper

Crochet Face Scrubbies. Prefer your patterns to go?!

Crochet Face Scrubbies

Download a FREE, printable PDF version of the Cotton Face Scrubbies pattern! Click here for the FREEBIE! 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). 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. Maybe one of you can explain this to me, but I kept getting 32 sc, which seems wrong.

That’s the end! Be sure to make a bunch of face scrubbies so you can use them every day! Super Fluffy Bath Puff. TH bath puff pattern. Ferris Wheel Face Scrubbie Pattern. This is a great, fun project for an intermediate crocheter.

Ferris Wheel Face Scrubbie Pattern

Pattern Tester Says: “This would make a nice gift for a school teacher.” ~Connie Skill Level Intermediate Size Included one size Finished Size about 2″ radius Materials Worsted weight yarn (4-medium) We used Premier yarns, color Fuchsia H-8 (5.00mm) crochet hook* Fabric scissors* Yarn needle, for weaving ends* *Amazon Affiliate Links Notes This pattern is written in American Crochet Terms.Start each row in the same stitch as joining, unless instructed.Join in the first stitch of the row. Abbreviations/Stitches Used st(s)-stitch(es) ch-chain dc-double crochet fpdc-front post double crochet. Round Bumpy Scrubbie. Facial Scrub Pads. The Best Crochet Walker Organizer. There are currently no images from other crochet readers. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").

The Best Crochet Walker Organizer

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