Crochet Pattern: Rosemary Sachet

By Laurie Beranek – 4 Comments
I had an excess of dried Rosemary that I harvested from my herb garden and was thinking of a way I could use it and then I thought of creating a sachet. These are wonderful in drawers and closets or just about anywhere. They also make great gifts. You can change out the herb to your favorite one. These sachets are also a great way to use up your yarn stash. They are quick and easy too! Crochet Sachet

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Finished Size: 4″ (10 cm) wide, 4″ (10 cm) tall

Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 50 yards of main color and 5 yards of contrasting color)
Crochet Hook G (4.00 mm)
Polyester Fiberfill
Dried Rosemary or herb of choice
crochet yarn size 4

6 sc = 2″
6 rows = 2″
Gauge Swatch: 2″ w x 2″h (5 cm x 5 cm) ch 7
Row 1: sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across: 6 sc
Row 2 – 6: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across: 6 sc
Finish off.

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Crochet Pattern: Rosemary Sachet

Sachet (make 2)
Row 1: with main color, ch 13, sc in second chain from hook and in each ch across: 12 sc
Row 2 – 20: ch 1, turn, sc in each ch across: 12 sc
Finish off.

Hold 2 sachet pieces together with wrong sides together. With contrasting color, join yarn with sl st at lower right corner.
Row 1: Working through all stitches, sc evenly all the way around the sachet, work 2 sc in each corner, with a few inches remaining, stuff sachet with fiberfill and rosemary, sc remaining stitches, finish off.

Hanging Loop:
With contrasting color, join yarn with sl st at top right-hand corner of sachet, ch 10, sl st into same stitch as beginning join, finish off.

Need help while crocheting? Feel free to leave a comment or question below and I will get back to you as soon as possible!

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  1. Bonnie says:

    I tried twice to print rosemary sachet and only get as far as first row instructions. Can you email direct to me or suggest what I can do to correct this? I love the thought of using up small amount of color. Thanks Bonnie

  2. Catriona says:

    Hi there 🙂 I love this idea! The colours got me thinking you could make two semicircles and sew them together instead of two rectangles and you could make it look like a slice of fruit 🙂
    Thanks so much for sharing!

    • Collette Griffith says:

      Or crochet a round piece, fold it in half, and sc around the outer edges–such as a pink circle, folded in half, and edged with green–a watermelon slice!

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