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Upcycled Denim Lavender Sachets

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Updated February 10, 2017
Upcycled Denim Lavender Sachets
Upcycled Denim Lavender Sachets
This image courtesy of undergroundcrafter.com

Here's a way to take upcycling to a new level! With these instructions for Upcycled Denim Lavender Sachets, you can make a unique gift just by looking in your closet. These sachets can also be stored in your closet or your car.

From the blogger: "Do you have a stack of old jeans in your closet? Transform that old denim into a sachet! These make great gifts and can also be used to brighten up your own drawers. Customize your sachet with iron-on and stuff it with lavender for a sweet-smelling gift."

MaterialsFabric, Recycled Materials, Other

Primary TechniqueSewing

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • A pair of jeans destined for the scrap pile
  • Fiskars fabric shears
  • Ruler
  • Fabric-marking pencil
  • Scissors and a stencil to cut the glitter iron-on
  • Potpourri (blogger used Lavender by the Bay’s loose dried French lavender for crafting)
  • A sewing machine or sturdy, hand sewing needle, with cotton thread
  • Coats transparent polyester thread
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Spoon

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