Garden Glove Rack

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Introduction: Garden Glove Rack

About: Retired teacher from long ago and semi-retired graphic designer who loves the outdoors. American expat living in New Zealand for over 20 years.

Keep your gardening gloves from becoming a tangled pile with this easy glove rack.

Step 1: Cut a Piece of Plywood


I cut a shape of 7mm outdoor plywood to fit a baker's shelf on the back porch but a rectangle would work just as well. Paint the plywood if desired.

Step 2: Gloves Hang From Clothespins


Find  strong clothespins with two holes in each side. This is the style I like.

Step 3: String to Tie Clothespins to Plywood


I used a strong synthetic garden string.

Step 4: Drill Holes


The holes need to be spaced to thread string through the holes in the clothespins. I also drilled holes to  hang the rack up.

Step 5: Thread String


Thread the string through the holes in the clothespins and the plywood. I put a little masking tape on the end of the string to make threading easier.

Step 6: Tie the String at the Back


Step 7: Duct Tape the Back


Not necessary, but a little duct tape is always welcome.

Step 8: The Finished Glove Rack


Attach the glove rack to a shelf or wall, clip on gloves.

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    6 Comments

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    wazzup105
    wazzup105

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I'd hang the gloves upside down though to prevent the rain from filling them up. (unless they're under some cover)

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    ClareBS
    ClareBS

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, ours is under cover, but hanging them upside down is a good idea.

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Nine clips? How many gardeners are there in your family??

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    ClareBS
    ClareBS

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Just two but nine clips seemed to go well on the curve. We each have thin weeding gloves, two kinds of thick waterproof gloves, leather gloves and we still have a few pairs sitting in a big pot on the shelf.

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    tshallow74
    tshallow74

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Very nice. I think you could also use it for gloves and mittens in the winter.

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    jomoncon
    jomoncon

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I love this!! I keep losing my gardening gloves and this will help me keep track of them. I probably have 4 different kinds of outdoor gloves for different tasks & this will keep them all in one place. Great idea!!