Recently I showed you several thrift store items. Who guessed this:
We have a clothesline here, and I am too cheap to buy bags like this one. I knew I could make something very similar. Hey, it only took me three years! Well, three years and maybe 30 minutes. This thing was such a snap to work up, its pretty ridiculous how long I procrastinated.
I checked that the child size hanger I had would fit, then cut the arms off right below the shoulders.
I did this backwards, but I should have sewn the button up first, leaving one or two buttons open.
Turn right side out, and make a V neckline by folding back the button and button hole parts. Sew open. This will make it easier to grab a clothespin.
Fit the hanger into the shirt. Mine fit pretty snugly, so I didn’t worry about sewing the hanger to the shirt, but you can hand sew that part, if you want.