I have admitted before I have an unnatural love for my clothes line. For me, it turns the drudgery of a weekly chore into one of life's simple pleasures. I love using the gentle breeze and the sun to dry my family's wash just as my grandmother did. I love the smell left in them, one without compare, something like water mixed with wind. I swear, I fall asleep immediately under a line-dried sheet. And it goes without saying, I love it because it's FREE, no gas or electricity needed.
I've noticed an uptick in sales of my How to Sew a Handy Clothespin Carrier pattern in the last week and each one makes my heart glad, as I imagine newly-sewn pretty peg bags, swaying in the breeze somewhere in the world, alongside sweet scented laundry drying in the sun.
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