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Edwardian Lace Lavender Sachets

Discover the timeless elegance of Edwardian Lace Lavender Sachets with this exquisite sewing pattern. Immerse yourself in the charm and sophistication of the Edwardian era as you embark on a delightful sewing project. Lavender sachets have long been cherished for their soothing fragrance and ability to freshen up any space, and now you can create your own with a touch of Edwardian flair. Whether you're an experienced seamstress or a beginner looking for a new project, this sewing pattern is perfect for you. The step-by-step instructions and detailed illustrations will guide you through the process, ensuring that your lavender sachets turn out beautifully. Not only will you enjoy the satisfaction of creating something with your own hands, but you'll also have a practical and stylish item that can be used as a fragrant addition to your home or as a thoughtful gift for loved ones. So, why not indulge in the beauty of Edwardian lace and create your own lavender sachets today?

You’ll need:

  • thin cotton fabric scraps – I used batiste and (UK) muslin
  • lace scraps
  • dried lavender flowers – or dried sweet clover, sweet grass or woodruff
  • needle and thread
  • scissors

Bullion flowers

I made square lavender sachets, but you can also make them round etc. Make the lavender sachets as large or small as you like.


I embellished the lavender sachets with hand embroidery such as drawn thread work and bermuda fagoting which were both popular in the Edwardian era.

Bermuda fagoting

Bermuda Fagoting

Bermuda fagoting is a really pretty stitch and fast to make.

I used bermuda fagoting to attach bobbin lace: Just work the stitch through the holes of the lace.

Bermuda fagoting and drawn-thread work

Drawn-Thread Work

Drawn-thread work takes a bit longer than bermuda fagoting, but it’s equally pretty.

Hand-Sewn Lavender Sachets

I used another layer of muslin behind the lace and embroidery.

With right sides together, sew around the lavender sachets with running stitches and an occasional backstitch. Leave a small opening and turn the lavender sachets inside out.

Using a funnel, fill the lace sachets with dried lavender flowers.

Sew the opening closed with ladder or overhand stitches. And if you want, sew lace around the lavender sachets with overhand stitches.

Finished lace lavender sachets

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