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Crochet Sachets Patterns

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Sewing Kit Pincushion
Date Added: September 17, 2012
This pincushion is made from a recycled plastic cream cheese tub and lid. It is fairly fast and easy to make and the pincushion part is made from shredded nylon stockings.

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Shell Stitch Tuna Can Pincushion
Date Added: September 3, 2008
This crocheted pincushion was made with an empty clean tuna can and crochet thread. It is fun to make and would look great with any color combination.

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Shell Stitch Bolster Sachet
Date Added: June 5, 2008
This sachet is easy to make and would make a nice gift inside a gift basket full of goodies to pamper anyone.

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Stratton Sachet
Date Added: July 10, 2007
This sachet is made by crocheting 2 circles exactly the same then working a round of chain stitches and shells around the perimeter to close. It is stuffed with perfume scented polyester fiberfill. This would make a great bazaar item!

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Duo Sachet
Date Added: March 12, 2007
This sachet is made in 2 parts which are put together using a satin ribbon. The stuffing is bridal netting cut into circles, stitched together, then stuffed with potpourri.

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Shell Stitch Drawstring Sachet
Date Added: August 4, 2006
This drawstring sachet is fast and easy to make and can be emptied and refilled as needed.

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Daisy Pincushion
Date Added: May 13, 2005
This pincushion is fast and easy to make and would make a great addition to your craft tools!

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Treble Filet Bolster Sachet
Date Added: April 2, 2005
This is the first pattern I designed using a treble crochet file stitch. It is fast and fun to make and you could actually untie the ends and change the potpourrie when it no longer smells good.

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Refillable Sachet
Date Added: February 10, 2005
This sachet is made into a pouch which has a drawstring ribbon top so you can refill this sachet as you need to.

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Cone Pin Cushion
Date Added: October 15, 2004
This pincushion is stuffed with old nylon stockings that have been cut up. It is a fun pincushion to make and you could embelish it any way you would want.

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Lacy Lacets Sachet
Date Added: September 13, 2004
This quick and easy sachet can be used to hold potpourrie or a bar of soap. You can also stuff it with polyester stuffing scented with your favorite perfume.

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Pineapple Filet Sachet
Date Added: August 16, 2004
This sachet is made in such a way that if you made it with worsted weight yarn and made a liner for it, it could be a very pretty purse.

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Lemon Burst Sachet
Date Added: July 23, 2004
This large sachet is made with worsted weight yarn but you could easily make it with crochet thread. It is made with a stitch I developed a few years ago called Citrus Stitch.

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Soap Sack Sachet
Date Added: July 20, 2004
This little sack is just the right size to hold a bar of soap. You could also stuff it with potpourrie as well if you like.

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Ripple Stitch Pincushion
Date Added: June 23, 2004
This pincushion uses the ripple stitch which I hardly ever do. I was able to work it up in just a couple of hours so it can be a fast and easy gift to make at the last minute.

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Rings of Shells Sachet
Date Added: May 27, 2004
This sachet is probably the prettiest and easiest sachet I have designed. It would be great in a wedding using white thread and ribbon to match the color scheme of the wedding.

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Filet Net Sachet
Date Added: May 3, 2004
This sachet is stuffed with a bar of soap but you could put anything yo want to in it. You can also change what is in it over time as the scent wears out.

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Bolster Sachet
Date Added: April 11, 2004
This sachet can be refreshed by taking the stuffing out and respraying it, then stuffing it back in. It can also be stuffed with cedar chips instead.

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Puffy Pincushion
Date Added: April 8, 2004
This pincushion is designed to match the Crochet Hook cover found on this site. It is fast and easy to make and you could easily make it in under an hour.

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Woven Afghan Stitch Sachet
Date Added: March 6, 2001
This sachet could also be made into a pincushion by substituting shredded nylon stockings for the potpourrie. It is a variation on the standard afghan stitch. You really should try this if you already know how to do the basic afghan stitch.

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Scallop Edged Sachet
Date Added: July 30, 2000
This frilly sachet is easy and fun to make and would make addition to a gift basket which is filled with sweet smelling items for bed or bath. All I did to make it smell sweet is to spray the stuffing and the outside with my favorite perfume. Of course with the way this is made, you could use Christmas colors and make it into an ornament.

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Shell Stitch Sachet
Date Added: December 20, 1999
This sachet is a fast and easy project that would make a great last minute Christmas gift or stocking stuffer. It can also be used as a soap holder by using a ribbon woven in the first round instead of crocheting it closed at the end.

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Knit/Cro Sachet
Date Added: June 9, 1999
This sachet or pincushion is made by combining knitting with crochet. It is a very basic pattern that would be ideal for a beginner!

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Tunisian Heart Pincushion
Date Added: March 6, 1999
It is fast and easy to make and you can make it even if you do not own an afghan hook. You can also use it as a sachet by stuffing it with potpourri!

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Christmas Refillable Sachet Ornament
Date Added: November 14, 1998
I made this sachet refillable because potpourrie does tend to lose it's scent over time. It is really small and fast to make.

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Apple Pie Sachet
Date Added: September 13, 1998
This little pie is almost good enough to eat but don't! It is crocheted! But it smells like the real thing cause it has apple peels and spices in it!

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Wrist Pincushion
Date Added: August 16, 1998
This pincushion fits on your wrist and keeps your pins always within reach. There is a milk cap inside the cushion to protect your wrist from pins that may end up poking through the bottom.

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Ruffled Sachet
Date Added: August 7, 1998
This sachet would make a great gift for any lady who loves to use perfumes and sachets in her dresser drawers. It is stuffed with polyester fiber fill which has had some perfumed talc powder sprinkled in it.

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Tuna Fish Can Pincushion
Date Added: July 6, 1998
This pincushion is made with a tuna can and can be embelished any way you wish. The instructions are basically how to make the the covering for the can. Use your imagination with embelishments.

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Ring Bearer's Pillow
Date Added: June 11, 1998
This little pillow is made for that bride's special day but after the festivities are over and her new life begins. She can use this little pillow as a pincushion and it will help her remember that special day.

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Roses Pincushion
Date Added: May 2, 1998
This little pincushion looks like a fat ruffly hat with roses around it's brim.

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Dainty Pincushion
Date Added: April 1, 1998
This pincushion is perfect for those times when you really do not want to pull out your big sewing kit just to replace a button or fix a loose seam. It is made with the featured stitch of the month.