Craft Project: Doily Sachet

Craft Project: Doily Sachet

With two Dollar Tree doilies, both the same color but one smaller than the other, you can make a nice sachet to hang on the wall!


Approximate Time: 1 Hour


  • Two Dollar Tree doilies, large and small or your own doilies or ones you find second hand
  • Potpourri
  • Scrap Lace
  • matching color of thread and sewing needle.
  • Crochet thread of your choice
  • Hook size "E"
  • Optional: satin flower


Just like Sandra Lee cooks semi homemade, you can make things with the help of semi commercial made, too.

You can take two Dollar Tree doilies, one larger and one smaller, and sandwich some potpourri for a nice sachet in between.

Crochet an alternate color around the edges with a chain 5 and sl st (slip stitch) in each stitch from the doily's edge.

Make a matching flower for the center. Chain 5, join for a circle. Make 10 single crochets in it, join.

Chain 4, and make 4 DC's in 1st chain from hook. This is petal 1, and you sl st it to the 2nd of the 10 stitches. Repeat that four times, for a five petal flower. Fasten and break off, working in tail.


Put the same color ribbons as the flower and edges in one or two bows, and sew them to the center of the doily.

Either sew or hot glue the flower you just made to the center on top of the ribbons. I put a small satin flower on top of the one I made, but that is optional.

For the sachet, cut a circle about 1/2 inch larger than the center back (smaller) doily. Sew that with the doily color thread about 3/4 of the way around, then fill with potpourri. Don't over stuff it, or your sachet will not hang properly. Finish sealing it.

Place the lace face up on the back of the doily, and stitch it to what ever parts of the doily it sets on.

This will make your smaller doily match the color and pretty much the pattern of the larger one, looking nicer than the lace.


Hang up in a bathroom or kitchen, and enjoy the wonderful scents!!

By Sandi from Yorktown, VA


Craft Project: Doily Sachet

Thank you Sandi, great idea, very creative. Think I'll try one, but instead of putting potpourri in it, I'm going to put in a bar of Tone (original) soap. I love that fragrance, and it'll work if I can find the right size doilies.

Thank you again. Julia in Boca Raton, FL (03/01/2010)

By PookaRina

Craft Project: Doily Sachet

Great idea! Anything that smells is great. Then you can change it when the scent is gone. You sure we aren't sisters?

By Poor But Proud


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