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Monday, April 17, 2017

Easy Peasy Face Cloth

I thought I'd start with a simple pattern that's perfect for beginners and even the advanced crocheter that needs to make some stock for Craft Fairs. A soft but exfoliating cloth perfect for the daily facial routine. Made with 100% cotton (yarn weight 4) it's easy to use and easy to take care of! I wash mine with towels and washcloths, that's how easy they are to care for. This pattern is a quick one that works up without any fuss.

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Easy Peasy Facecloth
Completed project measures 3” in diameter.

Materials:
            100% cotton yarn weight size 4 (brand and color of your choice)
            size J/10 – 6.00MM crochet hook
            scissors
            darning needle (for weaving in the ends)

Abbreviations and Stitches used:
            Magic Circle (you can use whichever circle starting method you prefer)
            Ch – Chain
            SC – Single Crochet
            SS – Slip Stitch

Notes:
            Do not turn your work. 
            Piece is made in rounds with a joining at the end of each round.
            Join to the top of the first SC with a SS, not into the Ch 1 stitch.
            Ch 1 stitch is NOT a working stitch.
            Tails are woven in at the end of the project or can be worked
            over as you stitch along.
            Numbers in ( ) indicate the number of stitches in that round.
           
Pattern:
Round 1: Begin with a Magic Ring. 10 SC in ring. Join. Ch 1. (Tighten center of Magic Ring by pulling on the tail of the yarn.) (10)

Round  2: 1 SC in first stitch, 2 SC in next stitch. Repeat around. Join. Ch 1. (15)

Round  3: 1 SC in next 2 stitches, 2 SC in next stitch. Repeat around. Join. Ch 1. (20)

Round 4: 1 SC in next 3 stitches, 2 SC in next stitch. Repeat around. Join. Ch 1. (25)

Round 5: 1 SC in next 4 stitches, 2 SC in next stitch, Repeat around, Join. Ch 1. (30)

Weave in your ends if you haven’t worked over them as the piece progressed. Trim any tails.


Permission is given to sell any items made from this pattern, after all, this makes a great craft fair item! (Might I suggest 3 for $5 or $2 each?)
Please give credit where credit is due when sharing photos of your completed work.
DO NOT copy or claim this pattern as your own.

I hope you enjoy making many of these little cloths!

Peace and blessings,
~~Karen~~

2 comments:

  1. This is awesome! If you were to pair this with a homemade soap and a loofah, and you would have a bang up gift basket!

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