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Canvas Clothespin Bag

Durable Mildew-Resistant Clothespin Bag Holds Over 100 Pins

Canvas Clothespin Bag

Durable Mildew-Resistant Clothespin Bag Holds Over 100 Pins


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Canvas Clothespin Bag 4.5 5 2 2
So handy! This bag is just what I've been looking all over for. Good construction and washable. I wish it was larger but I'm happy with it regardless. May 30, 2013
Canvas Clothes Pin Bag Mom, had these bags for years and years down on the farm, and again, I had a terrible time finding them here in the city. I still hang my laundry out in the spring and summer, and fall. So this bag will be put to use almost immediately. I am sure that I will have to get another bag just to have on hand. Again, being 100% cotton is a true selling point for me. Thank you again for having something that will last forever!! Nancy Owens March 11, 2013
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Canvas Clothespin Bag …

"Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! I've been searching for the clothespin with clips for years! There is nothing to compare to their usefulness." - Florence Albrecht, Maspeth, NY

"Thank you for putting the clothespin bag in your catalogue. Before I could ask for it, you added it! It brings back memories of Grandma Reese's sheets and quilts swinging in the Nebraska breezes, and moving the clothespin bag along the line! I love your catalogue -- keep up the nostalgia! (I'm only in my 40s and I love your store.)" - Jan, Madison, TN

"I'm thankful to find such fine clothespins and bag! Thank you also for fighting for the right to have clotheslines! I remember learning there are places that don't allow it and found myself speechless! What a ludicrous idea! I chuckled at the idea of being nabbed and written up in the newspaper . . . "Woman charged with hanging laundry outdoors . . . shameful!" I'm 62, have always found hanging clothes outdoors a meditative chore. I remember doing it as a child, even in the winter when the clothes would dry as "stiff as a board," as Mom said, then brought them in to finish the job. The smell of fresh air-dried clothes is, besides lilacs and the sea, my most favorite and comforting fragrance on earth, always evoking lovely childhood memories. Let's also remember the sun and breeze are still a free gift! Hoping we all learn to take better care of the earth. Peace!" - Judith Sherman, Greenfield, NH