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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 has a wide opening so it's easy to reach in and get a clothespin. 11"x13". Machine wash, line dry. 100% cotton. USA or imported. Color is natural.

  • Bag holds over 100 pins
  • Machine washable
  • Plastic hanger

Easy-access clothespin bag makes hanging out the wash easier.

Canvas Clothespin Bag

Materials

Cotton Canvas & Plastic Hanger

Care

Machine washable seperately,cold temperature, tumble dry, low temp

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: N

Capacity: 100 pins

Cord Polarized: N

Origin

Manufactured In: China/USA

Material - Country Of Origin: China/USA

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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