Garden Glove Bag
DH has been working on a shed for our back yard. He is making it from repurposed fence lumber. I was watching him work today since I'm not allowed to play with his power toys. I noticed 2 or 3 pairs of garden gloves just lying about waiting to be lost. I came into the kitchen and retrieved a mesh bag from our last purchase of oranges. I snooped around in my sewing stash and came up with a pair of white shoe strings, strung them through the mesh with a small safety pin and voila! a hanging bag for gloves. It cost practically no money or time. At minimum wage, maybe it would have cost 11 cents.
By Marty from Knoxville, TN
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I use garden gloves a lot especially when picking up litter with the reach extender. Being right handed, I have accumulated a bunch of left handed gloves because over time I wear holes in the right hand glove. Last week, I decided to turn a left hand glove inside out and immediately, I had a right hand glove. I cut all the loose strings off and have used it several times and it works great.
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