Cotton Rounds

I can’t stop making these super cute and useful little things!

They work up so fast I probably have way more than I need. I recently discovered that Thayers witch hazel actually soothes the rosacea on my face and of course I needed to make reusable cotton rounds! Any excuse to make something useful is a good one.

So I used the bean stitch, or puff stitch, pretty much because I found it to be the best when making mop pads for my swifter.

This one is old and worn but still extremely useful. This stitch doesn’t disappoint with the cotton rounds either. So super easy too.

8 bean stitches into a magic circle. 16 bean stitches into the second round and finish off with single edge.

Easiest project ever.

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