I made lavender dryer sachets a couple weeks ago. We’re smelling lavendery these days, and now I cannot breathe deeply enough to satisfy my nose. I love the smell of lavender!
The dryer sachets last through several (or more) dryer loads. I just use them over and over until they run out of scent. And then I place the sachet in our linen closet just in case it has any lavenderness left. I do love the smell of lavender (as I said). Just in case you do, too, here is how to make your own Lavender Dryer Sachets:
1. Put a scoop of lavender into a drawstring muslin bag (the links are to the exact ones I use – I get a small percentage of sales through those links, but am only sending you to what I actually use; feel free to use others!).
2. Add a cotton ball to help keep the lavender from floating around your dryer and onto your clothes. I, personally, don’t mind having lavender cling to me, but my family members are not so appreciative. Lavender buds do look like little bugs, I suppose.
3. Draw up that drawstring. I double knot it.
And that is how ridiculously easy it can be to have your clothes and towels smelling like lavender, too!