Added Jul 12, 2012
So handy for keeping clothespins within reach while doing the wash! Basically, I just made a rectangle, angled the corners, cut out pockets, and sewed on a strip at the top for strings. I double-layered the fabric, though and double stitched at the top because the previous one I made didn’t last as long as I thought it should.
thrift store cotton…you can also use an old pillowcase
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