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Bl6—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, April 28,1984,
The sweet smell of sachet
Sachets are ideal stitchery
projects. You can stitch them up
quickly using your favorite
technique, stuff them with
delicious scents and then slip them
into a linen closet, lingerie drawer
or travel bag.
With lace, stitchery, ruffles and
pretty designs sachets themselves
are lovely to look at. Their main
charm, however, is the sweet
smelling fragrance they provide
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anywhere you put them.
The sachets shown here feature
a new popular technique called
chain stitching. In the technique,
embroidery stitches outline a
prescreened floral design, giving
the fabric the look of elegant lace
Supplies for six 4-by-4-inch
sachets as shown may be ordered
by writing to the address that
follows this column. To make a
sachet now, however, just read the
Sachets, by definition, are small
bags filled with perfumed powder
and stored with clothes. The
“small bags” may be extravagant
stitchery projects, lacy han
dkerchiefs, or literally anything
that can hold a scented mixture.
The mixture itself may come
from a kitchen, garden or a variety
of speciality shops. Traditional
sachet formulations date back
centuries and often include
flowers, oils, herbs, spices, lemon
peels, orrisroot or other exotic
As an alternative, the modern
sachet-maker can simply fill
sachets with scented teas from the
supermarket, dried flowers from
the garden or purchased mixtures.
Here are directions for making a
MATERIALS: Fabric for
sachet; embroidery floss; needle;
lace; sewing supplies; sachet
STITCHING TIPS: 1. Stitch
sachet exactly as you would a
miniature pillow, using scraps of
fabric, lace and embroidery as
desired. 2. Use any opaque, tightly
woven fabric. 3. If you prefer sheer
fabrics, line fabric with muslin.
STITCHING SACHET: 1. From
fabric scraps, cut two 4Vi-inch
squares. 2. Embroider one square
as desired for sachet front. 3.
Gather lace trim to fit around
square. 4. Baste lace trim around
square, matching raw edges of
lace and fabric. 5. With right sides
together, stitch sachet front to
sachet back. Leave a small
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opening for turning. 5. Turn sachet
to right side.
SCENT TBPS: 1. Let your nose
be your guide for mixing sachet. 2.
Experiment with different
ingredients from the supermarket,
garden or health food shop. 3.
Flowers may be dried in
microwave ovens. Consult your
owner’s guide or recipe book for
MIXING SACHET: Here are
three alternatives for sachet
mixture. 1. Dry rose petals or other
flowers. Crumble dried petals;
then, mix with a few tiny drops of
perfumed oil. 2. Choose a scented
tea from the supermarket. Use
alone, or mix with cloves, ginger
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• Light Green
or mint as desired. 3. Purchase
sachet mixture from a gift shop,
pharmacy or variety shop.
FINISHING: 1. Fill sachet with
scented mixture. 2. Sew opening
shut with tiny hem stitches.
THE SACHET KIT by “Char
min’' includes screened fabric for
six 4-by-4-inch sachets with pastel
floral designs, backing, cotton
floss, lace, needle and instructions.
Note: Sachet mixture is not in
To order kit C-3541, send $l4
including postage and handling
(California residents, please add 6
percent sales tax) to Ellen Appel
Crafts, Box 1144, Laguna Beach,
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