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Easy lavender sachets

  • Easy lavender sachets
  • Easy lavender sachets
These beautiful lavender bags will keep your woollens smelling delightful


Pattern Instructions

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  • POSY

    [] Cast on 40 sts
    [] Work in garter stitch for 12 rows
    [] Cast off

  • Finishing

    Fold the knitted rectangle in half, thread the darning needle with yarn and using a slip stitch, sew across the base and up the side making a pocket.

  • FABRIC BAGS

    Cut an 11cm x 22cm rectangle from the fabric, fold it in half and then machine stitch down each side and across the base leaving a small gap. Turn the bag through to the right side and press; fill the bag with lavender and machine stitch the gap closed.

    Plait three lengths of yarn long enough to make a loop from the back of the knitted pocket over to the front. Stitch the loop ends to the back of the pocket and then stitch a button to the centre front. Place the lavender bag inside the knitted pocket and then fasten the loop over the button.

Pattern Instructions

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POSY

[] Cast on 40 sts
[] Work in garter stitch for 12 rows
[] Cast off

Finishing

Fold the knitted rectangle in half, thread the darning needle with yarn and using a slip stitch, sew across the base and up the side making a pocket.

FABRIC BAGS

Cut an 11cm x 22cm rectangle from the fabric, fold it in half and then machine stitch down each side and across the base leaving a small gap. Turn the bag through to the right side and press; fill the bag with lavender and machine stitch the gap closed.

Plait three lengths of yarn long enough to make a loop from the back of the knitted pocket over to the front. Stitch the loop ends to the back of the pocket and then stitch a button to the centre front. Place the lavender bag inside the knitted pocket and then fasten the loop over the button.

Easy lavender sachets

Pattern Instructions

View as full page >>
  • POSY

    [] Cast on 40 sts
    [] Work in garter stitch for 12 rows
    [] Cast off

  • Finishing

    Fold the knitted rectangle in half, thread the darning needle with yarn and using a slip stitch, sew across the base and up the side making a pocket.

  • FABRIC BAGS

    Cut an 11cm x 22cm rectangle from the fabric, fold it in half and then machine stitch down each side and across the base leaving a small gap. Turn the bag through to the right side and press; fill the bag with lavender and machine stitch the gap closed.

    Plait three lengths of yarn long enough to make a loop from the back of the knitted pocket over to the front. Stitch the loop ends to the back of the pocket and then stitch a button to the centre front. Place the lavender bag inside the knitted pocket and then fasten the loop over the button.