Get Rid of Scrap Yarn Like a Hamster Eating Noodles

Today I found this scrap vintage cotton yarn in my stash. And decided to make some reusable cotton pads to replace cotton balls I use to remove my make up. This was such a quick project I felt like this hamster eating noodles

 

Here’s the pattern if you wanna make some too.

Crochet Reusable Cotton Pads:

NOTE: Pattern is written in American English Terminology.

Materials:

Hook = 4mm | Yarn = DK weight

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Abbreviations:

ch – Chain

sc – Single Crochet

sl st – Slip Stitch

st(s) – Stitch(es)

R – Row

This pattern makes 8 x 8cm square. It’s great for beginners who wanna practise.

Ch 11

R1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 9 sts (10)

R2: Ch turn, sc in next 10 sts (10)

Rep R2 till piece measures 8cm

Last R: (see pic below)

Working down the left side of the square:

2sc in first st, evenly sc 9 sts (11)

Working across the bottom of the square:

2sc in first st, evenly sc 9 sts (11)

Working down the right side of the square:

2sc in first st, evenly sc 9 sts, sc in next st (12)

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Finishing the edge:

Sl st all round. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

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And Your Done! 

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PS. If you don’t know how to crochet check out my next post here (Basic sewing required) 🙂