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25 October 2010


Louise Murr

That is so sweet and so simple...Love the simple things and the smell of lavendar...Thanks for sharing this.


Leah C

It's lovely! If only I had a sewing machine...if only I could sew;)

Katie Scott

I did this last year and am probably going to do it again this year, lavendar sachets are fun to make and give as presents. Yours are cute!


Very sweet Rebecca - and a lovely idea for a gift. I really like the look the feedsack gives; a kind of rustic elegance yet the buttons bring it back to homey. Lovely!

suzanne Kalkman

what a delightful idea! I was looking for inspiration for handmade presents this year, and knew I would find it here! Very pretty.


You are so creative with your sewing! I love it! Most of my gifts will be handmade this year:) I think they are the best gifts:)

Karen B

I love it! I've gotta get a freestyle presser foot!


Yes, it's time to think of making gifts - something I love to do. Your sachet is beautiful.


It's just gorgeous. Thank you for sharing this one.


Oooh, lovely! Thanks for sharing.


How beautiful! Thank you for showing us how doable some projects are. I did make the crocheted neckalces you demonstrated back in May. Your step by step lessons are so easy to follow.

jocelyn hession

Thanks for sharing. Love what you have created!


Your bag is lovely & I know just how beautiful it's perfume will be. x Miriam


THis is beautiful Rebecca - thank you so much for your tutoriaL.
I haven't got a freestyle foot but I'll try and make circles without.
I'll let you know how I get on!!!!
I'll be sending mine to my daughten and granddaughters in France!!
Take care
Shane in New Zealand
PS if you come and visit me I'll get out my prettiest teacups and make you very welcome.

Cherie Wilson

Cute as can be.......and i can smell the lavender:0 thanks for the great project!

francesca di leo

just lovely! i love that you share such sweet and useful projects like this. thanks Rebecca.

Amy in Texas

Thank you for sharing. I might see if I can whip some of these up for Christmas.


you are making me think I should be saving more things like clothes to cut up. I am not a hoarder I am the opposite, probably cleaning too much.
always inspiring me Rebecca


Rebecca, thank you for explaining! They're so easy and the result - so beautiful. Thank you for your kind inspiration..


i like this !!!!


Do you have a good source for quality lavender?


Thank you Rebecca! great post title too!! you know just that moment when you want someonelse to inspire you to get going! fab tutorial! M

Heidi Woodruff

How do you do that? You just inspire me out of the blue! Awesome project...now if I can find some vintage flour sacks I stashed....
Blessings, Heidi

tea time and roses

Just lovely Rebecca! Just a few nights ago at my kitchen table I filled little muslin bags with lavender and tied them with jute. They are not nearly as beautiful as yours but they smell wonderful!:o) I have some lavender left over to give this pretty sachet a try! Thanks for sharing.




Gorgeous lavender sachet,Rebecca. Thank you for sharing.

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