At first I used my lavender pyramids by placing one or two near our pillows. I looked forward to the relaxing, stress-melting scent of lavender before falling asleep. Then I decided to place one in my car and loved how the sun released the lovely scent. I thought it would be great to keep one in my office to help me remain my sanity at work. Now I just make them as little gifts to family and friends and they love receiving them.
Start by printing the pattern and transferring it onto your fabric. I recommend using natural fabrics like linen or cotton. Cut along the lines, seam allowance is already included.
Begin with the handle. Fold it lengthwise in the middle, then fold each side in the middle again like shown in photo.
Sew along the edge.
Now is the most important part - take the edge A and fold it over to the edge B. Press on the folded part to mark the place where the handle will be inserted.
Open the fabric piece, place the folded handle inside like shown in photo and fold the piece again.
Sew along that side.
Now that the trickiest part is over, fold the other two sides as shown in photo and sew along that edge.
Move on to the last side. This time just sew half way.
Your pyramid should look like this.
Turn it right side out. Using a paper cone fill the pyramid with lavender.
Sew the opening by hand using a blind stitch.
You are done!