Peg Basket - Regular (holds 200 pegs)

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Handmade in Melbourne, Australia from premium quality, durable outdoor woven mesh material that is made to withstand the harsh Australian elements. Our weather-resistant and UV stabilised peg baskets will protect your pegs, prolonging their life. 

Other features:

  • designed to be left outside on the clothesline rain, wind, hail or shine
  • won't deteriorate, rot, fade or blow off the line 
  • water drains freely through the basket which means when it's washing day you have dry, clean clothes pegs
  • holds approx. 200 standard sized clothes pegs
  • the ergonomic long handle is designed for hanging off a clothesline - making access to your pegs super quick and easy from shoulder height, so there's no more awkward reaching above your head and hoping you don't end up with anything besides clothes pegs in your hand!
  • short handle for use on laundry trolleys, clothes drying racks or low clotheslines
  • galvanised wire handle won't rust
  • guaranteed to last 10 years

Basket: 20 cm (H) x 18 cm (W) x 18 cm (D)
Short handle (drop length) - 23 cm
Long handle (drop length) - 43 cm

Care instructions - our peg baskets are very low maintenance and don't require any special treatment, but to keep them looking their best and to maximise their life expectancy follow these easy care tips

Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews

Excellent gift!


Best peg bag ever

Super duper!

A gift frommy daughter Kelly-makes hanging the washing out a pleasure! Love it!

The Best

The best peg basket I have ever owned .. I have gifted 4 to family members who love theirs as well

I never thought I'd get excited over a peg...

I never thought I'd get excited over a peg basket - but here we are - me, with a big smile on my face over how useful this item is. I bought a bag of 200 stainless steel pegs and it holds all of those and has room for more. My husband thinks I'm weird because I keep going out to the line to see it. I've started telling him I'm putting rubbish in the wheelie bin, just so I can catch a glimpse of the peg basket. But I'm running out of rubbish to take with me. And I think my husband is on to me.