Facial Cleaning Pads

Facial Cleaning Pads

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It's always time to renew your facial wipes, so why not make your own? Use this free crochet pattern for beginner crocheters and make some fun facial cleaning pads.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Could these facial scrubbies be any easier to make? I think NOT! How about a great way for beginner crocheters and younger kids to learn (get practice!) crocheting in the round?! You are only limited by having to make your choice of cotton yarn at the craft store..there are so many to choose from. Thanks for giving us this pattern.

I made these for a friend for her bday two years ago. About 50 of them. I made them with cotton but they started to smell. I now use only acrylic because they dont smell. I wash them in a mesh laundry.

love it!!!!!! quick and easy, and a great way to use up all the scrap yarn you got in your yarn bucket.

What a great idea!! And what a fab gift suggestion for my girls and grandgirls!!

These are so cute... I could use them for many things!!! My family adore them!!! Now I have to teach them how to chrochet easiest thing ever!!! this is great for a begginer... Love them!!!! However, I do have very sensitive skin... what kind of yarn would you recommend for that purpose? I have tried baby soft yarn, but it just does not look the same?... Help! I love these!!! (-;

These are awesome! I have a little lingerie laundry bag that would be perfect to wash a bunch in so they don't get lost. :)

I've always seen batha nd dishcloths patterns to be cotton, never everything else. But I made this in plain old *acrylic* and you know what? It works just fine, it wasn't too rough on my face, it soaked up water just fine, and it dreid quickly. I have stashes of acrylic, I'm gonna make a bunch, I added a chain with a nub at the end to hang it.

He link to the pattern us broken!

I sell soap, I wonder if I could use this as a sideline?

My mother has been using nylon net to make these for years. They're a bit harsh for use on the face, but they're great for scrubbing almost anything else. We're breaking up her household now and everyone is fighting for part of her stockpile. In the past she made them for a church bazaar every year and they always sold out, leaving people wanting more of them and info on how to find them. I've always known Mom is a genius!

These are great, I use them all the time. Now I don't have to worry about "the guys" grabbing my face cloths.

I need to make a few of these.

I never thought of this -- it's a great idea. I'm going to make them in different weights for pads and face washcloths. Just right for a stockingstuffer. Quick and useful.

I have been making cleaning pads for quite some time and everyone really enjoys them. I use crochet thread and do them in a square shape and doing a double crochet stitch. Make them just right for "scrubbing" the face. Sharron Krieger

I crocheted a few of the cleaning pads and will make some more to send when I send gifts for Christmas. I did make some larger than the one shown here. Norma

This seems a bit bulky, and should be able to be done (using smaller hook and more rows) with lighter weight cotton or embroidery floss if you don't want something so thick.

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