It's a clothespin holder I made for our back porch! Everyone in the house is absolutely in love with it, and it makes doing laundry so much faster. We used to have all the pins clipped to the line and we'd have to slide them down as we hung clothes, and our arms would get tired and it added a lot of time and effort to the job. I've been wanting to sew a little holder for them for some time now but all of the patterns I found for them were either attached to aprons, which I obviously wouldn't mind but Angela isn't the apron type, or they were waaaaay too big, like big enough to hold 500 clothespins. So I made this pattern all by my self, and it turned out exactly the way I wanted it to be. The best part was that I constructed it the exact way it was supposed to be done: I make no claims to be a master seamstress, and most of the time I'm flying by the seat of my pants, using my imagination combined with rudimentary sewing skills and half-read patterns. Often I have to stop in the middle of a project and rip something out or come up with a creative way to fix a problem. But not this time. Everything flowed and I was in the zone, and for the first time in my sewing career I actually felt like I knew exactly what I was doing! Yay!
Anywho, if enough people speak up about it, I will gladly post this pattern for free download on here. But you have to leave comments! I don't have time to make up a nice pattern if no one is ever going to use it, I'm busy growing things and baking things and cooking things and sewing things. I hope there's still someone out there who reads this thing, lol!