Nice job Soozie!
This is a pretty clothes pin bag, at least its what we use to call them. Not too many hang clothes out anymore and I have to admit, I am one of them. I do love the crispness of sheets that have been hung to dry. She will love it I'm sure, as you've made it so pretty for her.
Clothes Lines are definitely disappearing from the landscape.
Love it!!!Great job done...Gorgeous!!!
Thank you Sonja..saw one like this a local fete and made my own version...soozie
Great looking peg bag
Great job Soozie. I must admit, I take my pegs off with every wash load. I have really large ones I think we got through Innovations magazine once. I got Blue, Yellow and Green ones. They are called Leifheit plastic pegs. Marvellous grip on them. I originally bought them from Howards Storage World Shop. Love Chris
Hi Chris yes these look like mine but I think the uni girls buy the cheapest that their limited budget will allow money is always an issue will be glad when she finishes her course and has a job that pays more...soozie
thank yoy "Kuddles"soozie
Lovely peg bag,to nice to leave outside
Pegs left outside here end up with spiders webs & spiders in them,regardless of the time of year.The sun makes them brittle & they break very quickly.
I bring my pegs in with the wash,some of the pegs I have are well into their fifties.
I have been lucky so far no creepy crawly's and wow some in their fifties....soozie
How nice. Mom to the rescue. I am sure she was pleased.
yes she was thanks...soozie
Very nice, Soozie...I am sure it will be appreciated~
Great looking Peg Bag.
Did you stitch fly screen wire to the bottom for drainage?
Or maybe she will bring the pegs in each time.
Must admit pegs left out on line is a real bug bear of mine looks so untidy.
Agree. I also take the peg bag inside.
No fly screen mesh the whole bag is made of outside furniture fabric(mesh) drains very well mine has been on the line nearly 10 years and still doing a good job...sooie