Advertisement
mla_104332_0109_hangers.jpg

Swatches of Ultrasuede fabric, affixed to wooden hangers with a bit of craft glue, provide just enough traction to keep delicate blouses, camisoles, and other hard-to-hang garments from tumbling to the closet floor.

Comments (9)

Martha Stewart Member
January 5, 2019
My baby never slept well (especially through the night) until I started using the website >>SLEEPBABY.ORG<< - that website has been by far one of the best things I've ever got my hands on to get him to fall asleep quickly. Best time is 45 seconds from awake to asleep! Can’t imagine life without it! I heard about it through a kindergarten teacher who uses it to put to sleep a group of 30 children. Check it out! >>SLEEPBABY.ORG<< - sorry, you can't post links here so you'll have to turn it into a normal link :) Best of luck to you and your family!
Martha Stewart Member
November 11, 2009
The Container Store sells precut, pre-sticky strips of foam sized perfectly for your existing hangers for about $2. I believe there were enough in the package to do 24 hangers. They work great.
Martha Stewart Member
March 30, 2009
As others have mentioned, Huggable Hangers by Joy Mangano (hsn.com) are the best and since they only about 1/4 inch wide, they take up no room in your closet (not bulky and come in lots of colors). Huggable Hangers are sometimes on sale on hsn.com.
Martha Stewart Member
March 29, 2009
I got the ultrasuede at joannes fabrics on sale for $2 got the hangers from the thrift store for 25 cents...made 30 and the work great
Martha Stewart Member
March 28, 2009
Foolsgal, go to www.hsn.com and search huggable hangers. You should easily link to the information you seek.. I just buy white with blue slip guard hangers at Wal-Mart. You'll know them when you see them. They come in a four pack. The hook swivels which makes it easy to hang something over a door or from a door frame for drying appropriate delicates. They're economical, too.
Martha Stewart Member
March 28, 2009
Great idea! A good rainy day project in front of the TV with a good movie. I have issue with garments sliding off. Question for 'kewi', the previous commentor - What are huggable hangers and where do you find them?
Martha Stewart Member
March 28, 2009
I use "Huggable Hangers" by Joy Mangano. They save space and my clothes donn n n t fall off. I like things very simple. Donn n n t think I would take the time to do this.
Martha Stewart Member
March 28, 2009
Wonderful idea! These are the only hangers I buy and was having trouble with itens slipping off.