Isn’t so nice to dry your laundry on a clothesline in the summer months? I feel like it’s saving us money and extends the life of your garments. I made this clothes peg bag from those promotional canvas tote bag that people always seem to giving away. (I turned my tote inside out so that the promotional images are on the inside.) My tote is about 12.5″ wide and about 17″ tall. I think a smallish tote works well for making a clothes pegs bag. You can always trim a large tote to a smaller size.
You will need a canvas tote bag, some contrasting fabric (1m x 1.5″) for the edging and some velcro.
1. Cut your tote and a piece like a half oval for the top closure. You can use the leftover scraps from the tote or your contrasting fabric for the top closure piece.
2. Sew & use – Attach the top closure to the bag and sew 2 strips of velcro. Finish off with some contrasting fabric for the edging.
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