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    how do you store hijaabs without having to iron every morning? - have very little time in morning to iron and really annoying so if they were ironed from before and ready for next day would save loadsaaa time.

    I wana know how to store 'em so you don't need to iron them every morning

    I got some of them metal tie hangers from Ikea which can hold them - but they tend to fall off - so they don't really help

    any suggestions?
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  • #2
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    if you have a bannister on your landing then you can normaly drape it over that...if not then you could aways put a peg up and hang it there instead. my suggestions hope they are useful. :up:
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    • #3
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      Yeh i would like some ideas of this aswell...
      I think if you have alot of space for it, its okay.. you can just fold em n keep em. But mine are in a couple of drawers in the bed, and it is soooo stuffed, it barely closes and its jst a disaster
      But some materials dont really need ironing tho alhamdulillah, so if ur in a hurry wear those. But pashminas or cotton based materials ughhh even if u folded it and there is plenty of room in ur drawer, after its been there a while the fold marks will be creased into the material
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      • #4
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        Fold them very neatly.

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        • #5
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          Get a wire coat hanger and add clothes pegs along it, hang your hijab off the pegs.
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          • #6
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            mine..i always iron and hang em. they have a little crease which i iron again before i wear :D
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            • #7
              Re: storing hijabs

              Originally posted by Arrakis View Post
              Get a wire coat hanger and add clothes pegs along it,
              lol :rotfl: hey thats an easy option!
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              • #8
                Re: storing hijabs

                Some fabrics don't need ironing so you can get away with storing them anywhere but I normally wear linen or cotton scarves because I have sensitive skin. The night before, I hang up my jilbab on the hanger and I pin and drape my scarf around the jilbab so it doesn't need ironing and I just throw it on in the morning when I get ready for work.
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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by muslimma View Post
                  lol :rotfl: hey thats an easy option!
                  I'm not sure if you are laughing at my cheap tactics, or complimenting my cleverness, I'm going to say my cleverness. :up: lol
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                  • #10
                    Re: storing hijabs

                    Roll them.

                    Lay it out flat. Pick one end to roll from and roll it into a long tube, then curl that tube into a coil. It should store nicely and no folds or creases to iron out. :)
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                    • #11
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                      Originally posted by Arrakis View Post
                      I'm not sure if you are laughing at my cheap tactics, or complimenting my cleverness, I'm going to say my cleverness. :up: lol
                      hey no it's just that it sounded such a compliacted thing to do when you can just hang them of a peg... lol. i guess it's clever if you invented it though. :up: :inlove: :)
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                      • #12
                        Re: storing hijabs

                        Originally posted by muslimma View Post

                        hey no it's just that it sounded such a compliacted thing to do when you can just hang them of a peg... lol. i guess it's clever if you invented it though. :up: :inlove: :)
                        Yes, but when you have many to choose from, all hanging one on top of the other on a peg, it gets bulky looking.

                        The wire hanger with pegs can hold many and fit neatly into your wardrobe, and not get all creased up. :hidban:

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                        • #13
                          Re: storing hijabs

                          Originally posted by Arrakis View Post
                          Yes, but when you have many to choose from, all hanging one on top of the other on a peg, it gets bulky looking.

                          The wire hanger with pegs can hold many and fit neatly into your wardrobe, and not get all creased up. :hidban:

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                          • #14
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                            As-Salaamu 'Alaykum,

                            I used to use the hangers that store about 12 scarves but that became too much of a hassle for me so I just started folding them according to color.

                            Here is some of my hijaab collection:



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                            • #15
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                              They all look so pretty Masha Allah! :inlove:

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