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Sew Up Some Reusable Cotton Pads

Nicole Make it. Fix it. Do it Yourself.

Last week I shared a crochet pattern to make reusable cotton pads. And while I was making them I thought of all of you who can’t crochet (yet 😉 ) And came up with another way to make them. If you can sew you can make these too!

How To Sew Reusable Cotton Pads from Fabric Scraps:

You’ll need:

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1. Cotton fabric scraps (I used the sleeves of old t-shirts) 2. Embroidery / Cotton thread & Needle 3. Sharp fabric scissors 4. Measuring tape / Ruler 5. Pen (optional)

I’ve made my cotton pads 8 x 8 cm. But you can make them as big as ya want

Step 1:

Cut you fabric double the size of your final square. In my case 16 x 16cm

Step 2:

Fold in half. And half again.

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Step 3:

Use needle and thread to sew around the edge

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Boom your done! 🙂

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It’s a great project to practice hand sewing stitches. But you can use a machine too :-p

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Nicole Kerrigan is a fibre artist and environmentalist who’s on a mission to keep bad stuff out the ground. Through her one-of-a-kind creations, blog posts and workshops she’s here to shake up the way you treat, buy and love your stuff. And when she’s not making art out of trash you can find her exploring natural spaces and exotic places. Making friends with local wildlife. Occasionally rotting her brain on animated sitcoms like South Park :-) Or lighting it up on documentaries like Planet Earth Meet Nicole and get ready to save the planet one stitch at a time at onebymeforyou.com