Clothespin Twine Holders and Organizer

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Happy Tuesday friends!  Thank you for joining me for this weeks Sew Organized Craft Room feature.  Today I’m featuring how to keep your twine (or yarn) organized with these handy little Clothespin Twine Holders. 

Clothespin Twine Holders

All you need are some clothespins and twine.


Do you have packages of twine laying around or worse yet, ugly packages that have already been opened?

I did and I wanted a way to keep them all pretty and organized. Since twine is so pretty I didn’t want to store them like this..


So I bought some clothespins and now they are all organized and pretty again.

Clothespin Twine Holders. Keep your twine organized using clothespins!

Start off by tying a knot on the end.


Then wrap your yarn until the clothespin is full.

Now just clamp the end of the yarn so it won’t come undone and you’re finished!  Put them in a pretty basket or bowl to display. Clothespin Twine Holder Collage

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  1. says

    Brilliant idea! I just did a post on ‘Ribbon Organization’ last week and asked for ideas other than pins and tape to secure the ends. I’ll enJOY this one.

    • says

      Thank you, Heather! It has definitely helped me keep my craft room more organized. I keep them put up high where I can still see them but my cat’s can’t get to them! :)

    • says

      Thank you, Chelsea! I think you will love how they turn out! :) I know you love ‘minis’….the clothespins I used are mini ones, I had to use a few more than if I had the regular sized ones, but I thought the mini ones cuter.


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