Nov 14, 2013

DIY: Scented Sachets


I am not the craftiest of people but I do try to make things whenever possible. I am definitely loving the idea of this really simple diy for scented sachets. Looks like so much fun!

Here are the instructions:

Materials
  •     Charm Pack 5-inch fabric squares
  •     Sewing kit
  •     Moth-repelling lavender buds (thesage.com)

Steps

Step 1
  • To start, sew two squares together (because the edges come pinked, there's no need to trim), leaving a 1 1/2-inch opening on one side and a 1/2-inch seam allowance.
Step 2
  • Fill with moth-repelling lavender buds (thesage.com), and finish sewing the last side.
Step 3
  • Place in a drawer to keep linens fresh or under a pillow for sweet dreams.
Source
Martha Stewart Living, April

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8 comments:

  1. These are so beautiful. I am going to give it a whirl at making these. AWESOME

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  2. Super cute! Would love to do this for my drawers.

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  3. so lovely! I will make the ravioli shaped sachets next time!
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  5. A great new use for all the discontinued memo samples from our fabric library.

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  6. These look way much better than the pantyhose moth-repellent baggies I made for my closet. Not a big crafter myself, but sewing 2 squares together ain't rocket science, right :D
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