Aura Cacia Lavender
Dolly Is Cooking has easy to follow instructions on exactly how to make the fabric softener. I recently purchased some Vanilla scent that I plan to use with my next batch. I really like how it softens and scents the laundry and its so easy to make, it literally just takes a few minutes.
I also ordered some Wool Dryer Balls (Amazon again) and I have been scenting those with the essential oils as well. I am normally sensitive to scented laundry detergents and dryer sheets but I find that with the essential oils I do not seem to have any issue. I do occasionally have a problem with static cling when using the dryer balls but its not with every load, just those items that are more prone to static. And usually hanging them for a bit allows it to dissipate. Worst case scenario, Ill throw it in the dryer with a Bounce dryer sheet but I have rarely had to do that.
Overall I really like using both the fabric softener and the dryer balls and plan to continue. The scents are less harsh to sensitive skin, you only need to use a small amount and I do not have to buy dryer sheets every month. The balls are still going strong after many, many uses and I just re-scent them about once a week. I also leave two balls unscented for loads where I prefer no scent.
More information on the dryer balls can be found here at the Paleo Mama , including how to make your own wool dryer balls.
And here is a photo of my laundry tools... the fabric softener and dryer balls are in the middle ( I haven't labeled them yet but you know I will).