My first encounter with lavender jelly was at an arts and craft fair in Christchurch, New Zealand. The year was 2005, and there were many different things shown there that day. Pottery, soap carving, you name it.
Anyway, I decided recently to try and look up how to make lavender jelly. This instructable will attempt to give you an idea on how lavender jelly can be made. :D
Step 1: What you need
2 cups boiling water
4 Tbsp dried lavender bud (preferably organic or spray free)
4 cups white sugar
1/4 cup lemon juice
1 packet (70 grams) pectin
Stainles steel pot
Stainless steel / wooden spoon
4-6 jam jars, depending on the size; I bought mine from the nearby Mitre 10 hardware store. You can reuse your jam jars, nothing wrong with that.
(edit: the pectin I bought was only 9% pectin, the rest was glucose. My jelly turned out very runny. Next batch I make, I'll add more. Trial and error, eh?) Also, you can also use your own lavender buds. Just harvest the flowers before they open,and dry them in a cool area for a few days. Don't heat them up or anything as it will destroy or evaporate he essential oils that gives them that distinct lavender aroma.