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  • Christy Klein

    Clothes pin bag. I remember hanging clothes on the line at grandmas!

  • Vickie Budge

    clothespin holder

  • Diane

    outdoor clothes line & pins

  • Ellen Garrison

    Old vintage Clothes pin bag - such memories came flooding back just looking at this bag.

  • Francisca

    I remember my mother making these clothespin bags or as she called them, " el morral de horquillas". Sometimes we would put clothes hanger for the wire.

  • Kathie Steinke

    Darling old clothes pin bag...

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On frosty winter days Mom would hang out the clothes to dry with clothespins like these. Hours later she would take them in frozen so stiff they could stand on their own. They would have to thaw and finish drying in the house.

Wooden clothes pins for hanging out the wash..

Reminds me of my precious Grandma, and the promise of a sunny day with a slight breeze. On such an occasion out we would go into her garden, with her battered old straw basket in hand that housed schools of lovely large wooden pegs. Quietly in unison we would hang her washing out as we anticipated the day to come.

Vintage clothes pin bag- I had one that my Grammy made from an old house dress. Used it for many years

Antique clothes pin - Antigua pinza para la ropa con la pala interior dentada para poder sujetar bien la ropa. ¡Un espumoso abrazo!

: i want a clothesline this summer. for sheets. summer artwork and our annual tie dye party.

Vintage Clothes Pin Bag.....sweet I want to adapt this IDE to a gallon bleach bottle. I still like to hang my clothes on the line.

∷ Variations on a Theme ∷ Collection of old clothespins

Clothespins were used to dry clothes on the line outside. Dryers were VERY expensive back then.

I sooo remember one like this hanging on the clothes line, holding the clothes pins.