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No Sew Reusable Sachets

By: Ann Butler

Using scraps of lace and some fabric glue, you can learn how to make potpourri sachets without ever sewing a single stitch! In this video from Ann Butler, you'll discover no sew methods for making reusable sachets that look as gorgeous as they smell.

No Sew Reusable Sachets

Materials:

  • 6" x 12" Lace
  • 1 yard Trim
  • VELCRO® Mini Fasteners
  • Beacon Fabri-Tac
  • 1 cup Potpourri
  • Decorative Button
  • Scissors

Video:

 

 

Instructions:

  1. Glue trim to edges of lace.
     
  2. Fold lace up almost 1/3; glue sides to form pocket.
     
  3. Glue Button on front flap; let dry.
     
  4. Apply VELCRO® Mini Fastener to flap below button and front of pocket.
     
  5. Fill with potpourri; secure closed by attaching the VELCRO® mini fasteners together.

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Remember those cute dainty sachets that your grandparents or greatgrandparents used in their dresser drawers to keep clothes smelling nice. Well here is one you can make with lace and you do not need to sew just glue and add some dried flowers or herbs. The lace makes them so dainty looking. Decorate with some pretty embleshments or just leave plain. Cute and great directions. Thanks.

These sachets are great and I especially like them when they use natural scents and plants. Using lace allows the scent to gently flow through the weave. This project could also easily be sewn together either by hand or machine for another option. Great little gift idea too!

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