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Thread: Anyone need a bag clip?

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    Moderator QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    Anyone need a bag clip?

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...levant_count=1

    i keep throwing these hangers away!
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    I've been doing this for several years. I have to get 2 sons to break them for me tho. They work.

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    Neat idea, we like to recycle everything possible here. I use them for hanging quilts or material I don't want a furbaby to lay one. Also like the wooden ones. Gonna make me some clips now though. Drawer full of clothes pins can go to the clothesline where they belong. Thanks.
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    Very clever!
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    ​Very neat idea! I use the hangers for hanging placemats, small wallhangings, table runners in my spare closet but if one breaks...chip clip!

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    Great idea!

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    Thanks for the great tip!

    Kat

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    Great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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    Very great idea. I use clothespins for bag clips. I don't have a big clothesline and wouldn't hang out clothes, birds like to potty on them.
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    I just saw a pic of one being used as a recipe holder...just hang on the kitchen knob of an upper cabinet. Why don't I think of these things?

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