Want to make your drawers or closets smell great and practice your sewing skills at the same time? As the eighth project in the Learn to Sew series, these lavender-filled pouches pack a big punch when it comes to filling spaces with a calming scent. You won’t be able to stop smiling when you slide open a drawer or open your closet door and get a whiff of lavender, knowing that you made these cute sachets all by yourself!
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Don’t miss the rest of the Learn to Sew series:
- Part 1: Essential Sewing Tools
- Part 2: Basic Sewing Machine Stitches
- Part 3: Choosing Patterns and Fabrics
- Part 4: How to Mark the Fabric Before You Cut
- Part 5: How to Read a Sewing Pattern
- Part 6: How to Make a Muslin to Check for Fit
- Part 7: DIY Travel Makeup Organizer
For more refashion and sewing inspiration, click here.
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I pinned it!
Thank you, Susan!
This is a great project, Beth. I love your fabric choices 🙂
I have pinned, please enter me in the contest.
Thanks so much for sharing!!!
I love these, they make your drawers smell so great.
Hi Beth. I’m Rebecca …just discovered your blog. I love these sachets. What a great idea for beginning sewers! I’ll have to make some for my husband’s closet. 😉
Hi Rebecca!! Welcome to the Renegade Seamstress. I hope you’ll vote for your favorite contestants during Season Four of Refashion Runway. It’s so much fun.
I sure will! Where do I find this?
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