How to make Lavender Clothes Dryer Sachets

You can find these in my etsy store.
I love these lavender clothes dryer sachets. Throw one in your dryer and a delicate scent of lavender permeates your clothes. They’re really easy to make. I sell them through my direct sales business, House Calls. I thought I’d share how to make them.

You will need:
10″ x 5″ piece of linen fabric
10″ x 5″ piece of lightweight sew-in interfacing
About 3 tablespoons full of dried lavender
Thread to match linen fabric

You’ll also need:
Sewing machine
Straight pins
Scissors
Ruler

Sew a 1/4″ seam unless otherwise indicated.

Cut two 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ pieces of the interfacing. Sew three sides of the interfacing to form a pouch. Pour the lavender into the pouch.
Sew the opening closed. Sew a line of stitching down the center of the pouch. Sew a line of stitching down the center of the pouch perpendicular to the first line of stitching, forming an X. Set aside.

Cut two 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ pieces of the linen fabric. Sew three sides of the linen pieces to form a pouch. Turn right sides out. insert the interfacing pouch into the linen pouch. Turn in the raw edges of the opening 1/4 inch and pin the opening closed. Machine stitch 1/8″ all around the outer edge of the pouch sewing the opening closed.

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2 thoughts on “How to make Lavender Clothes Dryer Sachets

  1. It is rather interesting for me to read that article. Thanx for it. I like such topics and anything connected to this matter. I definitely want to read a bit more on this blog soon.

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  2. Pingback: Make Your Own Natural Lavender Dryer Sachets | Organic Soul | Energy's Soul Mission

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