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Wooden Clothespins Puzzle Details:

About: If you didn't know, clothespins or clothes pegs are fasteners that are used to hand up clothes for drying. Clothespins are made from a variety of materials, come in different shapes and sizes. The ones featured in this new puzzle are made of wood.
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