Burlap Lavender Sachets (No Sew)

Easy step-by-step directions to make these no sew burlap lavender sachets. Add them to drawers, in the car, or anyplace you need a lovely scent!

Author’s note: this post was originally published in 2013. It has been updated with new & re-edited images, current links, and more information. Enjoy!

If you love lavender, you are in the right place. Today, I’m sharing a project that turned out to be really fun and easy. The best part is that it was so fast…as in quick…as in I made these 2 little no sew burlap lavender sachets in 20 minutes. That included straightening the burlap!

Here’s what I did. First I always prepare my burlap for sewing. You can see what to do by checking out my tutorial How to Wash, Dry and Cut Burlap.

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Directions for 2 Burlap Lavender Sachets

pieces of burlap for sachets

Step 1: Cut 2 pieces of burlap that measure 5 in. x 12 in. Pull 4 or 5 threads of burlap from all sides of each piece of burlap.

burlap lavender sachets step 2

Step 2: Fold one short side over about 4-5 inches and press with an iron.

burlap lavender sachets step 3

Step 3: Press the opposite end over the first end so they overlap, and form a pouch.

burlap lavender sachets step 4

Step 4: Open your pouch back up. Cut 2 pieces of iron-on fusible web tape for each sachet that measure about 5 inches. Place them in the middle section as close to the frayed sides as you can. Fold the bottom of the pouch back up and press together so the sides of the pouch are fused together. This will seal the burlap so it won’t fray any further. Fill the pouch with a scoop of fresh lavender.

Now it’s time to close your burlap lavender sachets.

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Step 5: Cut another piece of iron on fusible tape about 4 in. long. Lay it where the pouch overlaps. Fold the top down and lightly press the sachet with an iron to fuse it together.

finished burlap lavender sachets

Step 6: Fire up your glue gun so it’s good and hot. Apply the embellishments of your choice (vintage buttons and lace) by carefully gluing them to the front of the burlap lavender sachets. If you wish to hang your sachets, just slip a piece of twine under the flap, and tie a little knot.

Bonus Tip: after a while, the lavender will lose its scent. Just refresh your burlap lavender sachets with a few drops of lavender essential oil. 

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  1. Miss Daisy says:

    I haven’t commented for some time , just a shout to let you know that I still follow your blog and still Love it.

  2. I love this idea! I even have everything I’d need to make these. Thanks for the idea!

  3. Sweet and simple!
    My kind of craft.

  4. Mary Alice Patterson says:

    These are so cute!! And the best part…so easy!
    Mary Alice

  5. Perfect little project, Ann! Even with a “no sew” you never miss the details!! I live in CA, and we have lavender fields not far! This will be a perfect little “extra” to tie on my daughter’s birthday gift next week!

    Thank you,


  6. Nana Diana says:

    oh- How hard it is to think like a non-sewer when you sew!!!! You did a GREAT job and I love what you did- xo Diana

  7. Jane @ Cottage at the Crossroads says:

    Ann, these are adorable! I was just going to ask you about your source for lavender and you answered my question in your post. Love the embellishments, too!

  8. Jeannie C says:

    Oh, what a lovely gift idea for girlfriends! Might have to sew mine since I’m quicker with the sewing machine than the iron!! Thanks for sharing with us!

  9. I’m a huge fan of fusible tape. Your work is beautiful, whether it’s sewn, or fused.

  10. Now that looks like a project I could do! Those are cute. I love the smell of lavender, so your project would be a good one to try. I love the added embellishments on the sachets too.

  11. Love these!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  12. Simple and sweet! Love these! Thank you for the lavender link.

  13. Amy @ Ms. Toody Goo Shoes says:

    Those are so sweet. I love the scent of lavender… I can almost smell them!

  14. Pamela Gordon says:

    I love lavender sachets, Ann. This design is really pretty and so easy to do. Thanks for sharing. Pam

  15. I think these are just perfect. This tutorial was very well done. Thank you~ I am going to try this

  16. debbiedoos says:

    Can you hear me singing from the roof tops. LOVE this!

  17. Confessions of a Plate Addict says:

    I love this, Ann! I have some lavender I have been saving from this summer’s garden…now i know exactly what I will do with it! Hugs…Debbie