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Clothes Closet Hangar Turning (Tip/Technique)
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Posted on: 9/13/07 4:39 PM
With much encouragement, I'm posting this actual non-sewing tip. mentioned, this tip has the potential to leave you with much more room in your closet for the clothes you are sewing.

I recently read this tip on HGTV, so I can't take credit for it alone.

In your closet, turn all your clothes hangars backwards with the hook facing you. Then as you wear an item and rehang it, face the hangar back towards you as normal.

After a season, you'll be able to tell what you wear and what you might want to get rid of.

Simple, I know. But it works!
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Tailypo said...
That is brilliant! What do I do about the clothes tossed on the floor in a fit of anguish? ;)
9/13/07 5:21 PM
Karla Kizer said...
Tailypo, do what I do. Walk on them.
9/13/07 5:48 PM
Susan M said...
Love the humor. You can put those in a bag and send them to Salvation Army. That way you won't have a fit over those clothes again and you will have room for those you sew. Great Idea!
9/13/07 6:22 PM
ryansmumAria said...
what a great idea
9/13/07 10:57 PM
Merry G said...
awesome...thanks...I needed that tip...BAD
9/14/07 9:41 PM
Nancywin said...
I had forgotten about this - thanks for the reminder.
9/14/07 9:53 PM
Sew it seams said...
What a great idea! I'm going to start this today.
9/15/07 11:23 AM
J-Girl said...
My variation: I wear a lot of skirts, so to make sure I'm rotating through my wardrobe I use a decorative hangar (or tie a scarf around a regular hangar) as a divider, and then after I wear a piece it goes to the left. Things that haven't been worn in a while are on the right. If I really, really don't want to wear them, then out they go!
11/2/07 0:54 AM

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