DIY Dried Lavender Sachets


DIY Dried Lavender Sachets

DIY Dried Lavender Sachets
DIY Dried Lavender Sachets

"Since becoming a parent, I've become more aware of avoiding toxins in our daily household activities. Since dryer sheets can have a lot of chemicals in them, I created these very simple sachets that also have the benefit of being reusable. Pop one of these crochet dried lavender sachets with your laundry in the dryer and you've got natural and inexpensive way to keep your laundry smelling fresh. These are a fantastic way to make use of the lavender that's been growing in your garden all summer too!"

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueCrochet



Materials List

  • cotton yarn
  • crochet hook
  • dried lavender

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I love this DIY Dried Lavender Sachets. I have just placed lavender in old baby food jars and left them sitting around the house and never thought of using them in the dryer. No nasty chemicals now, which is great for the new Grand baby! Wow, I love to crochet too so this craft is right up my ally. These sachets can be made with a small hoop on one corner to hang them in the closet too. I am so going to make these little sachets and they will make great gifts. The cotton yarn comes in so many colors so I can do every ones favorite colors. Thank you so much for sharing this free DIY craft that I will be making.


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