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Thread: Cloths Line

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    Hello everyone,
    I have one of those retractable cloths lines in my sewing room, it really comes in handy.
    Just thought I would share this with you.

    Jewel

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    Not a bad idea! Thanks.

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    what do you use it for?


    Quote Originally Posted by jewel
    Hello everyone,
    I have one of those retractable cloths lines in my sewing room, it really comes in handy.
    Just thought I would share this with you.

    Jewel

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    Good Idea!

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    What a wonderful idea! It could be used for so many things. I have one of those portable clothing racks in mine and use pants/skirt hangers to hang my blocks on so that they don't get so wrinkled or forgotten. It also keeps my UFO's and WIPs handy.

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    I have a real clothsline in my sewing room! I'm getting ready for a craft sale and have LOTS of bags, they get squashed in a box so this way they can hang neatly. I have a retractable one in the laundry room for when I'm dying, very handy.

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    What a great idea. Thanks for sharing

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    Thank you, and God bless.

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    Great idea!

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    Wow , great idea. I am going to have to find one. Where did you get yours?

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    Im not sure it was so many years ago, but I think it was Walmart

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    God Bless You Too!

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    Any hardware store will have the retractable lines. Walmart has them as well. If you are near a Home Depot or Lowes, just ask someone where the clothes line items are and they will take you exactly to the spot you need... it would be quicker than trying to get help in a Walmart store lol. I am a Walmart shopper so it's not a dig on the place but finding someone to assist can be tiresome - and then when you don't need help, the associates seem to be everywhere lol.

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