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Thread: Christmas gift

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    Super Member IBQUILTIN's Avatar
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    Oh my. I used to make those out of my daughter's outgrown little dresses. The old is the new isn't it?

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    I'm happy sharing this little project brought back memories for you! I had hubby cut down one of our wooden hangers and made a little cover from the same fabric to slip over the wood part. I bought some plastic clothespins and the gift is ready to be wrapped
    Marcia

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    Very cute. I used to have a clothespin bag, but don't use clothespins any more, so have no idea what happened to it. Don't even have clotheslines any more.

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    Thank you for your service to our country, IrishgalfromNJ.

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    that is so cute...

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    very cute!!!!
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    So cute - I need one just for decoration in the laundry area with the clothespins. I do have a few things out. I use the color plastic clothes pins as decorations for the Christmas tree I put in the laundry area each year.
    Quilting in the Desert

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    You did a wonderful job on the clothespin holder! Couldn't you just add 2 inches to the length of each sleeve to make it fit a standard wooden hanger rather than try to find a hanger to fit the holder?
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