I simply take a clothesline string, purchased from Walmart for just a few dollars, make a loop knot at one end and pull the rest of the wrapped up clothesline through, then stretch it across the yard, kind of high, and attach it to a nail I hammered into the deck. Simple... rough and ready! I used to use the plastic, one dollar clotheslines from the dollar store but they only hold up for one season. Especially if they are left outside. The string I have now is more of a rope type and I take it down each time I use it, wind it up and store it in my clothespin bag that I made several years back.
So now... if you don't already have a clothesline then you have no excuse now that I've shown you the simplest way to dry things outside. Just be careful if it's low to the ground at all. I did forget about this one while running with kids one day and it just about laid me flat!
Clotheslines are cheap and sun and wind are free!
Beautiful picture... minus the bird poo on the rail!
Note: I've not had bird poo on my clothes being dried outside... ever... yet.
Why yes... I do have "bring your laundry to work" days. Don't you??
I also have glittered clothespins!
I will say that I just bought these three shirts at the Ladies of Charity thrift sale on Saturday and didn't want them to shrink in the dryer before I got to wear them! Ah... Yet another reason to dry outside!