I've been living frugually most of my life and loving it. Always trying to find ways of saving money. My clothes pin bag was worn out and I found a free sewing pattern on a website.
I bought a tea towel for $1.00 at an estate sale. What is needed to complete the project is a wooden hanger. I had one hanging in my closet so I asked my husband to cut the ends to shorten it for the clothes pin bag.
By Marge from NY
I once made a clothespin bag from a childrens blouse I bought from a garage sale that had some sticker residue that I could not get off. I sewed the bottom of the blouse and hung it on hanger.
Hi I had a clothespin bag that the hangar had broken in, so I took one of those skirt hangars with the 2 clips on it and clipped it on the outside of the bag. Works perfect and should last forever.
One more tip. I took a kitchen towel and sewed it up length wise. Put elastic around the top and bottom. I made a loop of rick rack at the top to hang it up with. I put plastic grocery bags into the top, And when I want one, I pull it from the bottom. This works so well, and takes up a small amount space. kddid
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