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“These clothespins are a simple work of beauty. They feel so different from the cheap version and are solid and functional. These clothespins will last a lifetime!”
“These clothespins are so strong and can hold so many heavy things on the line besides your regular laundry. We keep chips closed with them too. I love them so much that I just ordered 50 of them again. I mean again because my husband accidentally threw them away yesterday! I had put them in a plastic bag inside by the back door while we cleaned the patio. He thought it was a bag of trash I left for him. They are so special to me and nothing else will do. They are family heirlooms, you know. ”
“Love these clothespins! Come on wind! Just try to blow my laundry off my clothesline now”
“I received the “seconds” clothespins and am so thrilled with them. I’ve been using them a few weeks now and love them. Not only are they sturdy and well made but I think they’re pretty too. I’ve looked for well made clothespins on and off for a couple years. Most clothespins that you find nowadays that that claim to be strong have an aluminum spring. These have a steel spring and noticeably thicker wood. I’ve had problems in the past keeping my laundry on the line on windy days, but these do an excellent job holding tight. These pins may seem just a little pricey but are worth every penny!!”
“I was absolutely thrilled to get these well-made clothespins which will work well and last for years!”
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At Lady and the Carpenter, we excel in high-quality, beautifully and thoughtfully crafted woodwork for everyday life. We strive to honor the tradition of quality woodworking and create treasures that last a lifetime.
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I learned woodworking from my grandfather when I was a young boy and immediately fell in love with it. I have been involved with wood-crafting virtually my whole life, including framing and building entire houses, cabinet making and building yachts with Westport Shipyards.
A few years ago my wife, Hilary, proposed opening my own business, something I had always wanted to do. However, she suggested making clothespins as my initial product. After my initial laughter died down, I began researching existing clothespin products. I knew that I could make a far better quality clothespin–I just didn’t know if they would sell. After some local success, we attended a Mother Earth News Fair in Albany, OR. The results were staggering; people lined up around the corner for two whole days to purchase our clothespins…
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