Every one of us who sews has scraps of fabric in our stash we can’t bear to throw out. It’s wasteful, for one thing, but it’s also because we love the fabric or we wouldn’t have purchased it in the first place. Finding projects to use my fabric scraps makes me ever so happy.
I saw a tutorial on CraftGossip.com about making your own Reusable Makeup Remover Pads and quick popped over to the Sproutz blog for her easy tutorial.
Sproutz made hers using charm squares and Minky fabric, but I don’t have either and wanted to use whatever resources currently reside in my stash. A piece of April Cornell fabric and white flannel did the job for me. I modified her tutorial a bit by cutting my pieces 3½-inch instead of her 2½-inches square.I love this project; it’s useful, pretty, green in respect to reusing the pads, and now I’m plotting making a whole pile of them.