• Tiffany Murray

    nice valentines gift idea: Your laundry will always smell spring clean with these awesome DIY scented sachets from Martha Stewart!

  • Demarys

    DIY scented sachets via Martha Stewart! Charm Pack 5-inch fabric squares. To start, sew two squares together (pink the edges and there's no need to trim), leaving a 1 1/2-inch opening on one side and a 1/2-inch seam allowance. Fill with moth-repelling lavender buds, and finish sewing the last side. Place in a drawer to keep linens fresh or under a pillow for sweet dreams.


    #DIY lavender sachets. See the "Scented Sachets" in our Easy #Sewing Projects for Beginners gallery Scented #Sachets. With these cute hand-printed fabric squares, beautiful scented sachets could not be easier.

  • Heddy Wigington

    Your laundry will always smell spring clean with these awesome DIY scented sachets from Martha Stewart! Sewing project for Harper.

  • Andrea Kehoe

    Scented Sachets | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions - Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners| Martha Stewart

  • Joni Danielson

    Scented Sachets | Step-by-Step DIY Craft | sew moth-repelling lavender buds between fabric scraps. place in drawers for a good scent and repell moths!

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