Super Quick Laundry Peg Bag


Laundry pegs are heavy. They can easily overwhelm a cloth hanging bag that is designed to hold them. This Super Quick Laundry Peg bag is sturdy enough to withstand all of that weight. It is a quick work up and can even be washed in the washer. This is an important feature for a piece you may leave outside on accident. A great project to finish in an afternoon, it would make a fabulous housewarming gift for a new neighbor.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This laundry peg bag is an awesome pattern! My husband and I just bought a new house, and we were talking about putting up a clothes line in the yard. This bag would be great if we end up doing that. I may put it up just to have an excuse to make this for myself! It would also make a great housewarming gift.

How cute this laundry clothes pin bag is! I can see using it for other storage options, too, like for small toys in a child's room- create one in blue and red for a boy or pink and purple for a girl. Or whatever color combo! Probably a good idea to make the hole bigger so that little stuffed animals can fit in easily.

Please can you tell me the proportions of green and orange in the bag. I.e is it 2/3 orange?

The designer does not break the yarn amounts down that far. She only states that you need 200 grams of coloured cotton and 200 grams of dishcloth cotton. You will be working with two strands together throughout this project one strand of coloured and one of dishcloth. She leaves the colors up to you.


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