For many, especially younger generations, the latter statement is closest to being true. When the clothes dryer entered the America household in the 1950s, line-drying soon fell out of vogue and families began to rely on this modern appliance to quickly and easily complete a necessary household chore.
Washing line that would work with a covered area over the patio, esp if built as part of the roof supports for the covered part (with line section on 2nd lower bit so as not to leave a gap between washing and roof)
This DIY coiled tote bag is surprisngly easy to make! All you need to create this modern bag is clothesline and thread. And even if your sewing experience amounts to stitching nothing but straight lines, you can still get to work! http://www.ehow.com/how_4854035_tote-bag-fabric.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage