Wool Strawberry Sachet

This little strawberries are great for drawers or slip them over a hanger in your closet.  I love the smell of lavender it is a nice clean , calming scent.  When I was making these the whole room was lit up with the scent of lavender.

For the strawberry base I  made a circle and cut it in half and cut about 1/5 of it off.  I then stitched some seed beads on the top.

Sew the straight edges together and turn.

Sew a running stitch along the top, I like to use silk thread it just blends into the fabric nicely.
Add Lavender.

Cinch up the top and secure.

Glue or sew on the strawberry tops.

I added a small string and a little flower to the top. 


  1. I am sooo impressed! great idea and great outcome! I will try to make some, for sure!

  2. These are so cute. They would be a great stocking stuffer! I appreciate you sharing this on "I Gotta Try That Monday"

  3. How incredibly sweet! I have such a love for anything straberries and your sachets are simply wonderful. I love that you filled them with lavender. I have several pounds of dried lavender in my stash and now I know just what I will do with it. Such perfect gifts for Chanukkah and Christmas!
    I am happy to become your newest follower...I'd love if you popped over and said hi.

  4. So lovely!!!I love lavender sachets! Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial! I'd love for you to visit my blog.
    Happy week!

    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft

  5. that is super adorable, i'd totally give that as a gift!

  6. Cute little strawberries! Thanks for sharing at Submarine Sunday!!!

    T'onna @ Navy Wifey Peters Aboard the USS Crafty

  7. I love this so much! I was planning on making small lavender pillows as Christmas presents, but maybe I will do this instead! Thanks for the post!


  8. These are so cute, they remind me of my mom's strawberry pin cushions I loved when I was a child. Thanks for linking up at Printabelle!

  9. Wow, these are beautiful! I just threw my daughter a strawberry themed party. Wish I would've seen this tutorial beforehand. These would make LOVELY favors!!!

  10. They are just tooooo cute!!! They must smell wonderful!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality!

  11. Great idea - I think I might try this out! I'm visiting your from Sumo's Sweet Stuff Linky Party. I am your newest follower on GFC and would love if you could come visit me too at http://sarahsaturdiy.blogspot.com. Have a great weekend!

  12. How cute are these?? Would love it if you linked up on my blog hop www.w-t-fab.com/search/label/bloghop. Also let me know if you'd like to follow each other!

  13. Those are so cute! Thank you for sharing. You will be one of the features at Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Pop on in and grab a feature button for your blog. Can't wait to see what you bring to the party tomorrow. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  14. These are too cute! I know a friend who would love them!

  15. Hey Paula, Happy Thanksgiving!
    These are so precious! love 'em!
    Thanks so much for linking up and linking back last week at the Humble Brag! Even though its Black Friday, hope to see you back tomorrow to link up more great projects. Don't forget, we will be giving away more free ad space! :)

  16. So cute and I am sure, smells good, too. Thanks for sharing, Paula. We will be featuring this on the blog today, by the way ^^)


  17. I love these cute little strawberries! I think I need to make some of these for my niece with the tea party felt crafts I'm making for her for Christmas. Thanks for the tutorial!

    Lacey @ LikePlayingHouse.com