Bunny Sachet Sewing Pattern

bunny sachet
According to Lunar Calendar and Chinese astrology, the world has entered into Rabbit year starting from this spring(立春), that’s today, February 4th, 2011. As a memento of the year, I made some bunny sachets. I filled them with silica gel (in bead form) and turn them into desiccant bags for my metal notions stored in the glass bottles. The silica bead will help in controlling the humidity in the glass bottle, hence to protect the metal from oxidation and degradation.

bunny sachet

This project is ideal if you have a lot of fabric scraps that you want to de-stash. It is quick and easy to sew, I am able to complete a dozen of them within hours including taking photos for all the steps.

desiccant bag

This bunny sachet pattern is not confined only as a desiccant bag, you can fill it with other ingredients and turn it into personal amenity, for example:
1. Scented sachet if filled with Potpourri (great gift for this coming Valentines)
2. Sleep pillow if filled with dried chamomile & lavender flowers in a bigger bunny poly-fill (perfect as baby shower gift)
3. Heat bag if filled with rice or wheat and herbs which to be heated up in mirco-wave oven (for medical purpose)
4. Shoes freshener if filled with activated carbon or charcoal (as shown below, best use in summer)

bunny sachet pattern

Shoes Freshener Activated Carbon Sachet

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  1. Muito Fofo!!
    Muito delicado.
    Abraços

    Translation (by Google):
    Very Cute! Very delicate. hugs

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  3. These are too cute and so easy to put together,have fun showing them off,,

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  5. Thank you so much for such a sweet idea…I made these as thank you gifts and they were very well received.

  6. Hi Joanne! I’d like to share my recent amigurumi project with you. It’s the all-time favourite Japanese anime character Doraemon. Hope you like it.
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  7. Merci beaucoup pour ce tuto ! J’ai réalisé les petits lapins et je les ai remplis de lavande. Un article paraîtra sur mon blog à ce sujet, demain.
    Bonne soirée

    Translation (by Google):
    Thank you very much for this tutorial! I made the bunnies and I filled with lavender. Published an article on my blog about it tomorrow.
    Have a nice evening

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  10. merci beaucoup
    bonne année
    LM

    Translation (by Google):
    thank you very much
    happy New Year
    LM

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  12. adorei eu adoro faser esse tipo de artesãnato e muito bonito e criatvo

    Translation (by Google):
    loved I love doing this kind of craftsmanship is very beautiful and criatvo

  13. LOVE those sweet sachets! And LOVE those adorable shoes, as well? Who makes those shoes?!

  14. Super cute! Another idea would be for fabric weights. Fill with fine sand…great for holding down patterns on fabric!

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