DIY Lavender Sachets Tutorial | How to Needle Felt and Sew

DIY Lavender Sachets Tutorial – How to Needle Felt and Sew these wonderfully fresh lavender bags for drawers, pantries, under pillows, bedside or even desk top. We fill them with fresh lavender from our shop, imported from France.

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This is the short version of our LIVE SHOW. This version has no verbal instruction. If you would like the full lesson, check out the live show here:

Lavender is calming and balancing. It is easy to needle felt and sew these sweet lavender sachets, a great beginner project for sure! If you have been looking for great gifts for moms, daughters or girlfriends, this is a wonderful and easy project to make!

Needle Felt these diy lavender drawer sachets for dreamy gifts, and hand crafted treasures that will be cherished. With a little bit of wool and small bits of linen, you can needle felt these wonderful smelling lavender sachets for your drawer, linen pantry, bedside or desk top stress reliever.

If you are looking for beginner needle felting projects, or an alternative to learning how to embroider, these lavender sachets are a great project to start needle felting with! These lavender drawer sachets will make lovely gifts for mothers, daughters and girlfriends, and they will be great offerings at your next craft show or booth.

You can felt along with us and needle felt your own lavender sachets. This is beginner friendly needle felting!

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Living Felt provides free quick and easy needle felting, wet felting and nuno felting tutorials because we love to help you felt cool things from wool. We offer these free online felting classes to teach and inspire everyone—even the beginner. Wool is used in most of our projects, and we have lots of tips and tricks to make felting fun and simple. Learn to felt with Marie Spaulding as she teaches felting and needle felting tutorials from the heart. She is the founder and head fairy at Living Felt. Felting art work, home decor, fun keepsakes, thoughtful gifts, treasures and wearables with you is one of Marie’s greatest pleasures. She makes felting and needle felting friendlier than ever before. Since launching Living Felt in 2004, she has sparked enthusiasm for felting across the globe and inspired thousands of new friends to give felting a go in their crafting and artistic expression. Living Felt provides totally FREE quick and easy needle felting, felting, and wet felting and nuno felting tutorials every single week because we love to help you make cool things from wool! Follow along with these fun online classes to learn more about felt design and needle felting techniques. It’s inspiration for everyone—from beginners to advanced felters. To make felting and needle felting easier than ever before, we offer felting kits and supply lists, plus you can call us with any of your felting questions – we are happy to help! The wool fibers we share will make your felting projects easy and fun! We hope you enjoy our wet felting, needle felting and nuno felting tutorials. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss a single one!


One thought on “DIY Lavender Sachets Tutorial | How to Needle Felt and Sew

  1. Love this idea…going to take extra lavender buds we didn't use for wedding ( my dtr in law and son) and make one for new bride and sister and mom. This is such a fun project!!! Thank you!

  2. Ok, but I prefer to have the talking version, I love to have you all into my home on a regular basis. You are all so nice and enthusiastic. Love you all. I am near London, UK and normally watching a few days later than the live show.

  3. I've been busy pulling together supplies/materials to get started with wet felting and thought I wasn't interested in needle felting UNTIL I saw this project! What great gift possibilities and versatile too as you could felt different flowers and put other fragrances inside. Many thanks!

  4. Great idea, but I personally don't like the music on any tutorial as it takes away from concentration especially if a person doesn't like the music. And if I click on a persons tutorial and they can't or don't speak I just simply don't watch it. And Marie, you know that everyone watches WW just to see everyone and hear your voice explaining things. Couldn't you do the same thing without music and you do a voice over?

  5. I agree with all the comments here but I would love to see a minimal use of text to explain those parts where the visual is not quite enough to illustrate what is being done. I love what you guys do but I don’t always have the time to devote to watching the whole live video.

  6. I wouldn't want to lose the live show as that has a social component that I love, but I am delighted to have this version too. I like to re-watch tutorials and spend a lot of time FF to the critical parts and in this video you have done that. You guys are so awesome!

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