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Clothespin Bag

I finally did it! I have been meaning to make a bag to keep my clothespins in but kept putting it off. Finally yesterday I used Debbie's great tutorial and made one. This thing was super easy and works great. The only thing I did different was to sew the sides of the opening closed a bit so it didn't fall open when full. It works great, thanks Debbie!

This is a great beginner sewing project, so give it a try. You'll be surprised what you can do when you try!

27 comments:

  1. What a great idea!! That is so neat I love it!!!! :)

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  2. That is soooo pretty!!! Good job!!

    Kate

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  3. That turned out great! I don't really need one- but I want to make one anyhow. Hehe.

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  4. This is so cute, Tori. Ya did a great job.
    Deby

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  5. That came out great! So handy and cute! Remember the ones our moms and grandmother's used? I do!

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  6. You alway do such a beautiful job:) It amazes me at how fast you are able to complete all your different sewing projects!

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  7. Tori, I don't need a closepen bag today but I sure wish I would have had one like that when I was growing up. You did a great job! connie from Texas

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  8. I like the fabric you chose. It's really cute.

    ~Kristi

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  9. It's neat how its made around a hangar. Very pretty.

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  10. How cute! You did a great job!

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  11. It turned out great Tori! Thanks for sharing your photo! I made some more bags with a different opening that I zigzagged the sides about 2 inches on each side kind of like you did. Its under the tutorials list. Great job!

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  12. LOVE it Tori!! I used to hang my laundry out even though we had a dryer. There was just something relaxing about being outside and knowing I was being frugal at the same time. : ) And it was a good time to pray! Sadly, I don't do it anymore because 5 years ago someone bought the empty land next to ours and built a HUGE house. Their backyard sits up high and they can see directly into our yard--so now it's not so fun. : (

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  13. That is a great idea!

    I've been keeping my clothes pins in the pockets of an apron I put on to go hang out the clothes.

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  14. Hey, what a cute idea! I just found YOUR blogs from your sweet comment on mine! You seem like am amazing gal to know! Your clothes pin bag turned out great... I love to sew, but my hobby of choice is scrapbooking. BTW ~ I am also independant baptist, KJV without apology. :) So great to meet you!

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  15. that looks cool ... :o)

    and happy belated anniversary to you guys ... add another 17 years and that's the number we'll be celebrating next month! it has gone by fast!

    blessings on ya!

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  16. What a great job! I have a bag very similar to this one, but it belonged to my grandmother...she made it. It's been used so much over the years and its age is beginning to show. I'm ready to hang it in the house for sentimental reasons and make a new one for myself. Thanks for the tutorial link!

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  17. Very nice! I once loved projects like that. Thanks for your visit today. I've seen you around at other places, such as Connie's, but never visited. I'll come back again when I can.

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  18. Mabrook!

    I miss my sewing machine. I'd love to make something like that.

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  19. Tori,
    I always love to seeing what you are doing.

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  20. I don't think my last post got though. But I said the clothespin ban is a great idea.

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  21. Just stopping by to wish all my friends a happy 4th of July. God Bless
    Jennifer

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  22. It turned our beautiful!! I'll have to see about making me one! Great job Sis!!

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