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.