Monday, August 3, 2015

Hanging Clothes!

So pretty! All done and using this Wonderful
Clothesline "That Man of Mine" made for me!
I know I left you waiting to see the next step.
Wood putty and sanding then on to painting.

Oh wait ....
You have to see how tall before going into the ground!
Look where Kelly is pointing....
thats where it gets buried to.


I love how creative "that Man of Mine" can be.
I think its a work of Art.
Good thing I made a darling clothes pin bag to hang on it!!

Starting with a table cloth!
Kelly got me 56 clothes pins and he thinks I will need more....
I had to remember my system
the clothes pin bag goes to the side
 you are going moving down.

Now I have the hang of it!

I love it! I have so many fun memories about hanging
clothes when  was young.
 And leaving the laundry up through the rain a few times.

Its in and my first laundry basket full.
I think I have plenty of lines.

Fresh smelling Sheets and table cloths!

I have the best Husband ever!!!
Next I should share my Laundry Soap Recipe!
I think I love making it way more than washing clothes.


  1. Wow! Those are the fanciest clothesline poles I've ever seen! Beautiful! I love to hang out my laundry - it always smells extra clean and comes in looking like someone ironed it, too. I live in the Midwest and I traipse outside even in the winter (snow, ice, cold) to hang up my sheets. They come in smelling like heaven and it only takes a bit for the leftover moisture (after freeze-drying) to leave them. :)

    1. I love the smell too! Its the best and so worth hanging them. I have to say I haven't hung in the winter before I should try it!