Great Uses for Giant Clothespins in the Sewing Room

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They’re Inexpensive and Have Many Uses!

Laura from Sew Very Easy is back with another unexpected tool for the sewing room. She’s discovered that large plastic clothespins are helpful in so many ways. You may soon wonder how you got along without them!





They’re great for keeping strips, patches and projects together. They can also be used in place of Wonder Clips whenever you need larger clips, as well as for clamping quilt layers to a table for basting.

Great Uses for Giant Clothespins in the Sewing Room

Watch as Laura demonstrates some of the many ways she puts giant clothespins to good use. She found hers at the dollar store but they’re also available at Amazon in several styles and sizes. Review the selection here.

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