The price for this listing is for three sachets that arrive tied together with a color-coordinated ribbon. There is a decorative seam that also protects the lavender from escaping the sachet in the dryer
Want to keep your clothes smelling fresh without the chemicals and waste of drier sheets? Try drier sachets.
Each sachet is filled with two tablespoons of lavender, and should be good for about a dozen drying cycles (two dozen, if you're not toasting your clothes on high). For best results, squeeze the saceht before putting it into the drier. When the scent fades, it can be refreshed by applying a few drops of lavender oil to the outside of the sachets. Each sachet measures appx. 3 1/2 X 4 inches.
All cloth items are lovingly hand crafted in our clean smoke free home and stored in sealed plastic.
I am listing a number of these sachets, but if you don't see a fabric you like, convo me, and I can see what I can do.
While lavender was grown and used since ancient times, three queens were responsible for bring it to popular attention. Queen Elizabeth I drank lavender tea, and under her reign lavender farms became a popular undertaking. Queen Henrietta Maria (wife of Charles I) introduced her court to lavender soaps and potpourris. But it was Queen Victoria whose mania for lavender made a sachet de rigueur for every drawer and closet in a fashionable lady’s home. So if you have the good taste to enjoy lavender, you are in good company.