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Hello Heart Fabric Sachets

Hello Heart Fabric Sachets
Hello Heart Fabric Sachets
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Use this cute Hello Heart Fabric Sachets tutorial to whip up fun, thoughtful, and heartfelt gift for your sweetheart. Free sewing patterns like this make it easier than ever for you to create a Valentine's Day gift they will never forget. With just a few supplies, this step-by-step tutorial will lead you through a super easy no-sew design to a finished project that smells just as sweet as it looks. When it comes to precious keepsakes for the holidays, trust us when we say your recipients will absolutely fall in love with this adorable present.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byHand

Materials List

  • Therm O Web Fabric Fuse™ Liquid Adhesive
  • Therm O Web PeelnStick™ Fabric Fuse™ Tape
  • Therm O Web StitchnSew™ Sew-In Fleece
  • Fabrics: white denim, pale green felt
  • Die-cutting system and dies: Sizzix (heart), My Creative Time (rolled flower), Papertrey Ink (tag)
  • Stamp: Stampin’ Up! (Hello)
  • Ink blending tool and ink pads: black, gold, light brown
  • White cardstock
  • Green/white satin ribbon
  • White string
  • Light green embroidery floss
  • Embroidery needle
  • Dried lavender or potpourri

Hello Heart Fabric Sachets

Use Fabric Fuse™ Liquid Adhesive and Fabric Fuse™ Tape from Therm O Web to quickly whip up sweet, thoughtful girlfriend gifts for Valentine’s Day, no sewing required!

Instructions

  1. Gather denim, fleece, dies and Fabric Fuse adhesives. 

  2. For each sachet, die cut two hearts from white denim and one rolled flower from fleece. If you don’t own die-cutting equipment, simply trace similar shapes from around your home onto fabrics or print patterns from the Internet. 

  3. To join the hearts, cut several shorter strips of Fabric Fuse Tape to fit around edges of heart and press tape to wrong side of one fabric heart. Piece tape strips together, leaving no gaps. 

  4. Remove release liners from tape strips on one edge of heart. Adhere second heart to first, lining up edges of shapes. Press firmly to secure tape. 

  5. Continue removing portions of release liners and pressing hearts together to secure, leaving a small opening for filling. Fill sachet with lavender or potpourri. Remove last release liners and press opening closed. 

  6. Roll flower die cut into spiral rose; secure bottom with Fabric Fuse Liquid Adhesive. Hold in place until dry, about one minute. 

  7. Using ink blending tool, ink heart edges light brown. Ink flower edges gold. Tie ribbon bow for each sachet. Using Fabric Fuse Liquid Adhesive, adhere bow and flower to top of each sachet. Let dry. 

  8. Stamp “hello” onto white cardstock using black ink. Die cut into small tag shape. Using ink blending tool, ink tag edges gold. Tie tag to ribbon bow using white string. 

  9. If desired, hand-cut small leaf from pale green felt. Stitch embroidery floss vein down center. Using Fabric Fuse Liquid Adhesive, adhere leaf to heart beneath flower. Let dry.

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These sweet smelling sachet hearts are just lovely. Although the tutorial shows how to make the hearts using a no-sew technique, fastening with a type of liquid adhesive, I imagine the charming hearts could be hand stitched as well. Great individual gift idea or even to make as wedding favors.

When I first saw this project, I thought oh how cute and probably really simple to make. However once I started the tutorial, I didn't realize the steps to die cut the hearts, and using the liquid adhesive seemed a little too much time consuming. It appears as a nice, thoughtful gift to give someone for Valentine's Day or a just because gift. I would prefer if the steps were more condensed or perhaps a different choice of materials.

I am going to try and trace a heart and cut out of fabric and sew it up. This is so cute and I want to fill these with essential oils and put in drawers to keep clothes smelling good or even the house. I love the flower on it gives it a more attractive look so you can even leave it out. It will make a great gift or even for yourself.

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