Home made from our house this year are simple lavender bags for drawer sachets.
Simple in style but a twelve month process to get to this point.
The lavender is home grown and harvested on a warm sunny morning after the dew and hung upside down in paper bags to dry for the season. After quite a few months the heads then have to be rolled and stripped by hand. I haven't found an easier way, perhaps you have one? It takes a lot of lavender to produce 10g of heady seedy stuffing.
Cotton fabrics are washed, dried and ironed and then we used a seed packet as a template.
I say "we" as the shearer did all the sewing while I cut, turned, pressed, stuffed and tied.
The simple bags were stuffed with about 12g of lavender, leaving a few centimetres of head room. The top was machine sewn with a matching thread and cinched with a complimentary bow purely for sweetness. Not only do these scent drawers and cupboards but they also deter insects and a gentle squeeze every now and then will release more of the volatile oils and last for years.