101 uses for clothes pegs

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Re: 101 uses for clothes pegs

Post: # 275402Post tizzy »

diggernotdreamer wrote:
tizzy wrote:Has anyone mentioned spinning wool with a dolly peg yet? I did a youtube vid of it. if anyone wants to know how to do it let me know and I'll put on a link. It's quite a fun thing to do with the kids too, it is the summer hols after all.
yeah, you did at the top of this page :lol:

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Re: 101 uses for clothes pegs

Post: # 276760Post marshlander »

just found this
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Re: 101 uses for clothes pegs

Post: # 278032Post jamesintayside »

I hold my sheet music on music stand with spring type pegs - just looking now I have 7 pegs holding various songs up.
I sometimes put a spring peg on the guitar string to then tap onto the guitar a bit of rhythm.
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