Create these lovely and fragrant lavender sachets in minutes with these easy no sew lavender sachets project! These lavender sachets are perfect to tuck in dressers, linen closets, in your pillows, or under a cushion. These make sweet gifties too!
Want to freshen up your linen closet? Or every time you open your kids bedroom door or closet are you hit with the smell or socks and who knows what else? Well, it’s time to add some fresh fragrance to tuck in these areas with these simple and easy no sew lavender sachets. With just a few simple items you can whip these up in minutes to add to any area of your home.
Not only are these great for your home, these make a lovely giftie too. I love to give these to my sweet friends, perfect for Galentine’s! And the fact they are homemade make them even extra special. So gather up your supplies and watch how quickly you can make these! Once you get on a roll, it’s hard to stop.
- 5-inch square pieces of fabric. Charm packs work great, or use leftover fabric and cut them into 5 inch squares.
- Heat n Bond fusible Web Adhesive (see picture for the one I use)
- Filling. I use Mountain Mist Polyfill from Joann Fabrics. You don’t need a lot. You could also use cotton balls.
- Lavender Essential Oil – optional but really adds another layer of lavender fragrance
- Dried lavender. THIS is the one I recommend and use from Amazon.
- Pinking shears to finish off the ends – optional but gives the sachets a finished look.
Place one of the squares right side DOWN. Cut adhesive to fit each side. Iron adhesive on fabric, one side at a time. Remove paper.
Once all 4 sides are done, grab your other fabric square and place on top, right side UP. Iron ONLY 3 SIDES together per package instructions. The product I use says 20 seconds a side. KEEP ONE SIDE OPEN TO FILL.
Grab a little filling, or pull apart a cotton swab. Add a few drops of lavender essential oil to the filling. and stuff in the opening.
Add a few heaping scoops of the dried lavender. I use about 1/3 cup. Top with a little more filling.
You don’t want it to be overstuffed like a actual pillow but just enough. You want it to be able to lay relatively flat if tucked in a pillow, under a cushion, etc…
Once it’s stuffed, press with iron to seal and close.
Use picking shears and go around the edges to add that finishing touch.
I like making little 3 packs of lavender sachets with coordinating fabrics. I’ll tie them with ribbon, perfect for gift giving!
Be sure to check out my Instagram stories to see how I create these easy no sew lavender sachets too!Print