If there is a kind of diy that I love to make is playing with fabric without having to sew. You know, I can't even sew a button, I am a complete dummy with needles and fabric, that's why when I saw this tutorial I knew I'd have to make it.
I think to craft with fabric is so much fun, and all the pretty fabrics and embellishments available give us so many possibilities to create something new and pretty. As a beginner crafter I like simple and quick to make projects like this one is.
Tuck a no-sew scented sachet in a drawer to keep linens fresh or under a pillow for sweet dreams, and they make great small gifts as well.
First things first: gather the Supplies - lightweight scrap fabric, dried lavender buds, or any dried flowers or herbs of your choice, embroidery thread and needle, a couple of pins, and pinking shears. I used pinking shears instead of fray check to stop the edges from fraying, and besides they give a lovely finish to the sachets.
Cut two rectangles with the pinking shears, mine are about 3x2 inches, use the pins to hold the fabric together as you stitch three sides with simple running stitches. Fill the sachet with the dried herb of your choice and stitch the remaining edge to seal them.
I don't have fabric scraps around so I cut a piece of a tea towel I bought at Anthropologie (yes, I did that!), and the other fabrics are swatches I bought at JoAnn. The colorful thread was bought at Walmart.
Have fun using any embellishments you have on hand to give them a special finish touch.