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Now that we have a house, complete with clothesline posts, I am definitely making use of it. I love how clothes smell after drying on the line. But, never having a clothesline before, I needed a cheap, easy, and attractive way to keep my clothespins together. So, I decided I’d create my own clothespin bag with my budding sewing skills!
I’m pretty stoked with how it came out. I didn’t use the easiest of fabrics, one being incredibly stretchy and the other quite bulky. Nonetheless, it truly only took about an hour from start to finish.
I wanted to take more pictures of the process, but with Monkey Boy helping, I didn’t. Here’s my upcycled clothespin bag!
The material is simple, an old shirt I can’t wear anymore (hello breastfeeding boobs) and some vinyl we had lying around for the lining and to help with durability.
I love the colors in this old shirt and know they’ll brighten my day, even if it’s a bit cloudy or when the weather gets cooler in the fall!
What do you think of my little sewing project? Do you have a clothesline? I’d love to learn some tips and techniques when it comes to drying clothes on the line. Share in the comments below.