Thursday, March 6, 2014

Think Ruffles Blog Hop and a Giveaway

Welcome to my blog...it's day 2 of the Think Ruffles blog hop 
organized by the amazing Mdm Samm at SewWeQuilt and 
 Amy at SewIncrediblyCrazy.  Both are amazing cheer leaders.
Thank you ladies for all your hard work!!

My first project is a clothes pin bag...I just love hanging my laundry outside.
When I lived in Canada...
one of my neighbours commented many times...on how neat my clothes line looked.  
The socks were always pinned in pairs and 
the heels always facing in the same direction.
I have always had a clothes line until we moved to Michigan.
I do cheat and hang my laundry on 2 portable lines
on our covered deck.  
Am I crazy??   
I will have a real clothes line at my next house...for sure!!
We have a Home Owners Association now and
we am not to hang laundry outdoors in our subdivision...
I think they refer it to be...unsightly!!!
I'm ready to hang my clothes outdoors...
if SPRING ever comes!!
 
I knew I wanted to make a ruffled Tammy bag and 
I've made lots of them using Mdm Samm's pattern but these 
are the only ones I've made with ruffles.  I luv them!!
I will be making more of them with ruffles...sEw girly!!
They make the perfect sewing bag.  
Luv the lambs on the bag on the left...too cute!
I really should have taken a picture of the inside...it's soft pink with lots of little lambs.
The last of my projects...a tea towel...and after I made one...
I had to make another...
when I found some black gingham for the trim...I luv them both!!
I do not have a red kitchen...maybe I'll have a red kitchen in my next house.  
All the fabrics for the projects and the tea towels...from IKEA, were from my stash. 
The panel had 15 chef designs.  
I don't remember buying it so it has been in my stash awhile.  
It's called Chefs International by South Sea Imports designed by Tara Reed.
I hope you enjoyed my ruffle projects.

Remember to visit all the ladies ruffling with me today
leave them a sweet comment...make their day!!

March 6th

 QuiltnQueen...this is me

and one that is perfect for a Think Ruffles Blog Hop giveaway.
R u f f l e s
by The Pattern Basket
The Pattern Basket RUFFLES Quilt Pattern
The Ruffles pattern uses one Layer Cake and yardage.
It measures approximately 56" x  66"

HOW TO ENTER

Please take a minute and visit Crazy Quilt Girl Fabric Shop's new website
Corinna offers awesome prices and fantastic customer service.
You may want to sign up for her newsletter or follow her blog

Leave me one comment...let's make it simple
...like the color of your kitchen or
...do you hang your laundry outdoors or
...is Crazy Quilt Girl Fabric Shop a new quilting shop to you.
...short and sweet is good.

The giveaway is open to everyone

I'll  keep the giveaway open until Sunday Monday March 17
Make sure I have an email address to contact you.


Happy stitching


122 comments:

Kim said...

Your projects are all so pretty and the clothespin hanger is so cute! Love it!

Createology said...

I adore your ruffled projects. It is my decision that ruffles are fabric's way of smiling. Thank you sew very much for Hopping...

Anita said...

Sew pretty projects!

Judy B said...

What great ruffled projects! My kitchen is sort of neutral, but I spiced it up with art glass hanging lights. Thank you for sharing.

Theresa said...

Love your projects, that clothes pin bag is just the sweetest.

GranChris said...

Love your projects. I want those chefs although my kitchen is blue/grey. I live in the country and feed birds so no I don't hang out my laundry. It would be covered with you know what.

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

(Outdoors, of course! Well, not during the winter... I'm a fair-weather clothesline user...) love, love, love your pin bag! Perfect for Spring!! All of your projects are wonderful :)

Judy said...

Waouh, you were very creative and productive! Your clothespins hanger made my day, it is GREAT!!!

charlotte said...

Wonderful projects Pauline. Love all those ruffles.

Marian said...

Gee, I just saw you in email moments ago.. How cute all those projects are, but I'd say I'm partial to the clothes pin bag. With summer coming it will get lots of great use. :)

Shari said...

Beautiful projects...loving your clothes pin bag. It must be tough not hanging your clothes outside!

Teatime Creations said...

Such lovely ruffled stitching. Laundry bag makes me think spring.

Crazyquiltgirl said...

Your ruffles projects are all adorable, especially the clothes pin bag.

Cindy said...

Ruffles, ruffles! I'm in love with ruffles... you projects are awesome, love the fabrics you used.

Elizabeth Coughlin said...

Your projects are all wonderful, but that clothespin bag is outstanding! I don't hang my laundry outside. In fact, I don't hang it anywhere because my husband does the laundry. For some reason, he enjoys doing it lol. But he doesn't hang it outside either!

InGa said...

Love all your projects, pin bag, purses and towels. lol ...
In summertime I hang my laundry outside, when its sunny. ( just the big stuff...)

Lisa Marie said...

My mom and grandma used to have clothespin bags. As for me, I'm an indoor laundry girl.

Mdm Samm said...

wellll being a lover of hanging anything outside..your pin keeper is beautiful and those Tammy bags and also the towels…welllll suffice to say you are a also queen of ruffles lol

Dorian said...

Great projects! I,too, hang my clothes outside. Love your pin keeper.

Purl Buttons said...

Great use of stash! I have some chefs in my stash...Gotta make more aprons, I think! No, can't hang laundry out here, either. My kitchen is neutral with a side of taupe and a little wood.

Alicia said...

all projects cute but I LOVE the clothespin bag! Did you make your own pattern?

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Oh fabulous projects!!!! I love the reds....my kitchen is winter white and green

Jeanie said...

Your clothespin holder is so cute..... I hope that spring and warmer weather gets here very soon so that you can put it to good use. Also love the kitchen towels....who cares if you don't have a red kitchen! Thanks so much for sharing these goodies today!

Vickie said...

I am in love with your clothes pin holder Pauline!!!! My grandma had one, and that brings back some very fond memories.

Margaret said...

I love that clothes pin holder. I need it in my kitchen as I use clothespin to shut up bags of chips or anything that needs to be closed to keep it fresh. My kitchen is done in brick reds and browns.

Gill said...

My kitchen is blue and I love drying my clothes outside!
Great ruffle projects - I love your peg bag!

MooseStashQuilting said...

I used to hang my clothes outside all the time, (until hubs decided to drive under the clothes line with a truck and tear them down) ARRRRGH! I must say, my clothespin bags never were as classey as yours is. I do LOVE it! I understand HOA's, but really clothes hanging??? Gheez! They must wear their "drawers" wet! LOL!! Love your Tammy Bags and kitchen towels. Ruffles do add that little spark to things!

Shirlee Fassell said...

Great ruffle projects...especially Love the clothes pin bag . I know some places don't allow hanging clothes outside but they have never smelled clothes fresh off the line on a winters day!!

Christa Hitchcock said...

Love the clothespin bag, Pauline. So adorable!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

My kitchen is white, so, I can change the color ever time I pull out clean towels. Much more fun! Cute projects. I have clothes pins in a (ugly commercial) bag in my laundry room. We can't hang things here, either, but, we still seem to use clothes pins here and there. Lots of cute projects.

patchouli moon studio said...

Pauline your projects are wonderful and I especially like the clothes pin bag. We don't have a dryer and my hubby strung a clothesline up the full length of the garage, plus we also have 3 of those folding clothes racks , one is all wood and the others are metal. We too have rules about not being able to hang up our clothes outside, but even in the garage or house the clothes have that great fresh clothesline scent!!! Lol!!!

Doris Rice said...

My kitchen has no color theme (anything could go) and I WISH I could hang my clothes outside on a line. Fabulous projects. I love them all!

Carol said...

Your clothespin bag is adorable and so cheery looking...makes me want to get a clothesline just so I can make one! Sweet ruffled towels in red!

Rose Best said...

Love your colour theme...just beautiful

Scrapatches said...

Your clothespin bag is adorable. Years ago I had a clothesline and am planning to put one up again this spring in our tiny city yard. I do hang clothes outside when I can as I love the fresh air scent and the way the wrinkles just wave away in the breeze. I want a clothespin bag now, too! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win the pretty quilt pattern ... :) Pat

Missy Shay said...

I hate Home Owner's Associations, they should not have any right to dictate whether you hang your clothes on the line! I was so excited when I saw my new house already had deluxe poles for a clothes line! Too bad it is so cold right now, my dryer is not working and I have been hanging clothes everywhere inside to dry, it is a very sloow process. I love all of your ruffles! missysaprons@gmail.com

Needled Mom said...

I LOVE the clothespin bag. I do hang some of my laundry out. I love the smell of my sheets when I take them off the line.

Phyllis said...

Cute bag! I have an old vintage one that I gave to my daughter. I remember my mom hanging the laundry out and in the winter the clothes would freeze stiff. We later moved to a house with a basement so Mom could hang the laundry there on the most frigid days. I loved the smell of clothes coming off the line on a sunny day.

madebymeinred said...

Sew sweet clothes pin bag. Brings back memories of the days I hung diapers on the line. A neighbor always commented one them saying they were the whiteiest in town.

Neat Tammy bags.

StitchinByTheLake said...

I could hardly wait to see what you had dreamed up for us - you always do the cutest stuff! I love all your projects but that laundry bag just took my breath. I want a clothes line! Unfortunately my husband will not cooperate. :( Just because he has 5 million trees to mow around doesn't mean he couldn't add a couple of poles, I mean really what's two more to mow around? Love, love, love it! blessings, marlene

Mary said...

Love your clothespin bag! Yours is adorable. I remember using them! Your Tammy bags are so sweet. Great job on all of your projects!

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

HOA's drove me crazy. Now we live in the country And I can have a clothes line anywhere I please!

Rose Marie Andreozzi said...

My kitchen is a boring white...the whole house is that color! I really want to do a tuscan yellow effect in there but when I think of taking down all the decorations....sigh...well, it's still white! sewingblogsarefun@yahoo.com

JanesQuilting said...

Your projects are all so lovely. You do fantastic work. I like your cloths pin holder the best for it brings back memories. My family never had a dryer and my mother wore out a couple of those. I only got a clothes dryer after we moved her to TN 7 years ago. I now have a bad back so my husband won't put a line up for me. So I miss it. I always liked the smell of fresh cloths. Your holder sure will dress up your cloths line.

legato1958 said...

My kitchen is barn red.... Love all of your pretty ruffles! Especially the clothes pin bag. I have too many seasonal allergies to hang my clothes outside.

Susie
legato1958@aol.com

Amy said...

I am in love with your clothes pin holder. I am lucky and have two nice poles that I am able to hang my wash out on the line. I really need to make myself one of those. Yours is just adorable!! Of course, the towels and the Tammy's are just wonderful, also!

jan said...

Wow! Your projects are great and your work is great! I love the clothes pin bag! You can never have too many of those!
xo jan

Britt-Inger said...

You have made so many wonderful projects as usual. Thanks for sharing your creativity and being part of this hop.

Linda said...

Wow! I love everything you made! The clothespin bag is adorable!!!

Debby said...

I love all your projects but that clothespin holder is my favorite. So cheery in yellow gingham! I love clothespins (the ones with the springs) and something like that would be perfect. I don't hang things outside; I just use clothespins to close lots of chip bags, etc. Thanks for sharing your wonderful things today!

Linda said...

HI, LOVE YOUR PROJECTS!
MY KITCHEN IS MOSTLY WHITE WITH BLACK ACCENTS>LOVE IT!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

Ancobaltt16@yahoo.com

Cindy Dahlgren said...

I love the clothespin basket, it's sew cute. Unfortunately, we can't hang our clothes outside for most of the year because it's too cold and snowy.

Rita said...

your clothespin bag is just so dawgone stinkin' cute! do you have a pattern for it? my kitchen is yellow with some pink and touches of blue and green. it desperately needs an update. thank you for this opportunity -- keeping my fingers crossed. the Crazy Quilt Girl shop has a nice selection of fabric and precuts, as well as embroidery towels. loved all of your projects!

Carla said...

That clothespin bag is the sweetest. I don't hang my clothes outside because we have the dust bowl in western Kansas. There are only a few days it would work. Very cute projects.

Nicole said...

My kitchen is blue/grey with red and white curtains. I also have the red Kitchen Aid tools. LOVE all the projects you have been working on.

Susan said...

My kitchen is black, brown and blue, such a strange combination...Oh well. I have a homeowners association as well but I still hang my clothes out in the lovely sunshine. You are not crazy, I love clothes dried in the sun and it is better for them as well. I put a rope with spaced knots on it and hung it under the eaves and that's where my clothes line is. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!

Lana said...

Pauline...you NEVER disappoint...these are so pretty and perfect! I love coming here and watching you create...

Angelia Lanouette said...

I love your cloths pin bag...do you have a pattern! My kitchen is red, black and a little bit of blue with a French chief and cafe theme on my window valance, pictures, bottles, and sponge holder. CrazyQuiltGirl is a great shop....I have ordered from her a few times and I love everything!

gpc said...

I love your little bag! I hope to have a clothes line this summer, I love the smell of sun dried clothing. :) My kitchen is blue.

Caroline Heinrichs said...

My kitchen is green and its an olive green and gold combination. I'm new to your blog, cute stuff and I really am inspired by the little peg bag with a ruffle! Thanks for this giveaway!
carli the quilter at gmail dot com

barbara woods said...

i want a clothes line but hubby says it would cut his head off while cutting grass

Christine M said...

I love your peg bag Pauline. We call clothes pins pegs here in Australia. I have 2 clothes lines, one out the back and one under the car port.Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Leah said...

Your bag is super cute! I don't hang my laundry outside, but I do have clothes pins for hanging quilts outside when I take pictures. Thanks for the inspiration!

Createology said...

Every ruffle project you created is fabulous. I must say that clothespin bag tugs at my heart for the times I helped (or hindered) my Grandma hang clothes out on the line. Thank you sew very much for Hopping...

Dawn Frisch said...

I put my clothes in the dryer - I hung clothes enough when I was a young girl... ugh. Nothing like having to run to take down the clothes you just hung up because a dust devil is heading your way. I was never able to get them all down before it hit - I always had to re-wash the load... My Mom insisted on hanging the clothes outside (even in the Arizona desert) but once I moved out the house and she had to do it, that all changed. LOL The Clothespin bag is really cute even though hanging clothes out isn't my favorite thing to do. LOL Have a happy day!
Dawn
array-dawn at cox dot net

GrannyTo8Boys said...

No. You are not crazy. There is nothing like the smell of clothes fresh from the line (except the smell of a baby-aww), anyway I digress. When we lived in Montana i always hung the clothes outside to dry, even in winter. I know, crazy...until one time I went outside to get a pair of my husbands longjohns to hang inside by woodstove to finish drying so he could wear them that am. Keep reading ya'll..I promise it's gonna make you laugh til coffee comes out your nose! So, I grabbed a pair to bring in and they had a lot of ice on them, so I slammed them on the rail of the porch and ...wait for it... they broke off clean at the knees. ARGHHH. Lesson learned.. LOL

Corrie said...

My kitchen is blue and red. Love love it. Your projects are darling. And your photos are so crisp & clear. Well done!

Joan H. said...

Your projects are so cute. Clothes that have dried out of doors smell SO good but its a lot more work than tossing them in a dryer.

nicolesender said...

Enjoyed your ruffled projects. I love to hang out my sheets when the weather permits.

Tracy Dawson said...

Love your ruffles! I'm a ruffle junkie. I love to hang my sheets out but don't care to hang my clothes..

sofen said...

That bib is so cute!

Greetings from Norway :)

jachelno at gmail dot com

Jo said...

My kitchen is black gray and silver with white walls and a wonderful fireplace. It used to be 3 small rooms that we made into a large family style kitchen

OhioLori said...

Looooove your projects...'specially the clothespin bag!! Sooo cute!! I DO hang laundry out on line...not in Ohio winter's tho!! LOL The Crazy Girl's Quilt Shop is brand new to me & am signing up to follow too. :)

desertskyquilts said...

Crazy Girl IS a new shop to me. My kitchen is best not spoken of, and I don't hang my laundry outside. Call me weird, but I don't like the smell of clothes that have dried outside! Thank you so much for the giveaway chance. dezertsuz at gmail

Sheila said...

I loved all of your ruffled projects but especially your clothespin bag . I hang out my clothes when ever the weather is good , I love hanging out my laundry !

pippirose said...

The ruffled clothespin bag is too cute for words! I used to hang my clothes out, but haven't been able to do it for the last few years (live in an apartment). But as soon as I move to a house--outside!! :o)

maggie said...

Wonderful creative projects! I love the clothespin bag and the ruffles on the kitchen towels. My kitchen is yellow & some blue.

cheers
maggie

maggiemine42@gmail.com

Mary Pat Callihan said...

Wow! You did a super, over the top job!! Love, love, love the clothespin bag and the tea towels. BTW, my kitchen is Granny Smith apple green :)

Just Quilt It said...

So many great, ruffly projects. I enjoy hanging my clothes on the line--especially my sheets--an advantage of living in the country. Your towels are really cute, and I love the Tammy bags!

Wendy said...

Short and sweet, eh? ah, Pauline ... that's near to impossible! Your work is beautiful and your ruffles divine!! Thank you so much for sharing and hopping along this go around :)

Kathy Davis said...

I love the ABC Menagerie fabric from Crazy Quilt Girl Fabric Shop.
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Kristen King said...

Your clothes pin bag is adorable (all of your projects are great)! I hang my clothes and bedding out as soon as I can...nothing like sleeping on sheets and pillows that smell so fresh! Hopefully some of this snow will melt soon so we can do that before long! :)

Brandy Pettit said...

My kitchen colors are blue and white, and I love your clothespin bag!
~Brandy

Brenda said...

What a charming clothes pin bag. Could make me want to do laundry. Love the scent and feel of clothes hung outside. Need to get another clothesline extension doohicky so I can start again. My mother hung clothes out even in the winter time (freeze drying, I guess). I remember going out and bringing in all of these frozen boards that finished drying in the house.

Beth said...

I love all your projects! They are just too cute. My kitchen is red, blue, cream. I do hang some of my clothes outside to dry.

sandra said...

Your projects are all so cute as usual, I always look forward to seeing what you come up with. In love with the little clothes pin bag what else could we use it for.lol blessings Sandra

Renea said...

I hang laundry outside. I have done this since I was tall enough to reach the clothesline (which would be about 50 years ago). I love how the "new" thing is to dry your laundry outside in the sunshine. Makes me smile when I read about it on people's blogs. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

Love your clothespin bag!!! When I was growing up we always hung our laundry outside. We're not allowed to do that in our neighborhood either. Thanks for sharing your fun projects :)

Janarama said...

Love all of your ruffled projects.

MoeWest said...

Your clothespin bag is sweet! I love to hang my sheets outside so I wish spring would hurry up. I like ruffles on a Tammy bag to make it more girly. The tea towels look great! I like red accents in a kitchen.

Linda said...

The color of everything in my kitchen, including the Kitchenaid, is Orange..It's been my favorite color for as long as I can remember, and I can remember a lonnnnng time. 8-)

Linda said...

The color of everything in my kitchen, including the Kitchenaid, is Orange..It's been my favorite color for as long as I can remember, and I can remember a lonnnnng time. 8-)

Karen Propes said...

I love the clothes pin bag, I can't imagine not being able to hang my clothes out in the beautiful outdoors that God blessed us with. I think the bag would also perfect for a baby or kids room for all those little things they need. I fell in love with the Tammy Purse, I will have to get that pattern. Your giveaway is a beautiful pattern, I would love to make a quilt using that pattern. Thanks so much for sharing with us, your projects are really an inspiration to all who see them,

Beth Strand said...

Lovely projects! My kitchen is green....already ready for St. Patrick's Day! Beth @ Words & Stitches, pbstrand@msn.com

Tealovinglady said...

I enjoyed all of your ruffle projects. My kitchen is in Cranberry and White.

Kay said...

I really like your peg bag, and I always hang my washing outside if the weather is fine. Most people in England do hang their washing out every day, it is just part of life here. Thank you for a great giveaway too.

Karen said...

Your ruffle projects are gorgeous.
Your Tammy bags always look amazing and the tea towels wouldcheer up any kitchen.
I think the clothes pin bag is a cute idea. I am always amazed at housing associations not allowing clothes lines. It is the cheapest, and healthiest way to dry clothes.
I will stop my rant now!
Love all the projects!!

Afquilt said...

Love the ruffles! Hang outside in the summer.

toniaconner said...

I hang out some clothes. I would love to have the pattern for the clothes pin hanger. I looked over Crazy Girl Fabric and Registered. Thinking this maybe where you got your pattern. I lost my mothers hanger when our house burned down a couple of years ago. I'm also following you. Inspiring.

Bear Creek Quilting Company said...

Wonderful ruffle projects. It is so fun to add a little ruffle and see how it just makes everything seem a little more fun. Great job! ~Shari

hookedonquilting said...

What cute projects! Love the clothes pin bag especially. I used to help mom hang or take in clothes from outside but haven't done that in over 35 years now. Wish I had an outdoor clothes line though. I do so love the smell of sheets that have dried outside. We've got plenty of land so maybe I'll put that on my wish list for Mother's Day.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

My kitchen is dirty white but all of my small kitchen appliances are red. Someday soon I will figure out how I want my kitchen and we will remodel it finally.

the girlfriend gap said...

I check out the Crazy Quilt Girl fabric shop often :) I have wished many time I had a clothes line. very cute little pin bag. janita

Susan Paxton said...

Love your projects....I hope to put up a clothes line this year. I just moved into my 35' Motor home and the property is owned by my son. He will let me do anything I want with my spot so a clothesline would be nice, even though I go to the laundromat to do laundry I love the smell of clothes dried in the fresh air.

Patchwork Mummy said...

What great projects! Spring is meant to be here but most of my clothes are dired on an airer above the rayburn but as the weather is warming up more will at least be mainly dried on my spinning line outside the kitchen window.

Karen said...

I love your clothespin holder. I need to make a new one. I can't wait for the weather to warm up so I can hang my sheets on the line.

Diann said...

I like to hand out my laundry when the weather is good.

DebraKay Neiman said...

Crazy Quilt Girl Fabric Shop a new quilting shop for me. My mother-in-law lives next door and uses a clothes line my husband put up for her in the yard, Greetings from Oklahoma, USA crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Linda J said...

I wish I had a clothesline up too. Maybe one of those small things with line on all 4 sides but if I don't know what they are even called it is going to be hard to hunt for one, LOL. I love your little clothes pin bag! The chef items are very cute too!

Linda J said...

THX for the giveaway opportunity. Afraid I hit send a bit too quickly. If I am not lucky enough to win that pattern might work for something I have here at home and I'll track it down! LOL

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

This ruffle hop is awesome - so many lovely ideas of things to make!! Ok - my kitchen is boring cream and it needs a repaint badly.

Thearica said...

Love your ruffle projects!

Vicky Myers said...

What a great selection of ruffle projects:) off to so some washing, and hang it outside - delighted spring has arrived:)

Abby said...

I can't imagine not hanging my clothes outside. Im in Australia the land that created the hills hoist (a really efficient out door clothes line) and we almost never use a dryer. I hate how musty it makes the house and the line is so environmentally friendly. i could use a peg bag though… i currently just leave the pegs on the line… they are always within reach.

Jacklynn said...

Our kitchen is red, with a fat chef theme. My husband is the cook and orders all his appliances and gadgets in red. Very colorful!

Nancy said...

Oh, yes, Crazy Quilt Girl Fabric Shop is new to me---and you are right, there are some crazy great prices AND I have never been to IKEA, but she carries their fabric. I am going back for a longer look.

Erin @ Sew at Home Mummy said...

Hi Pauline!
Crazy Girl is a new shop for me - I've added it to my bookmarks, thank you!
Short and sweet...okay...color of my kitchen is...1930's handpainted wallpaper....in dusky blue...ya. I know. :p

WhoMom said...

My kitchen is a white with white cabinets, I love to hang my laundry outside but also have to deal with a home owners assoc., and I haven't been to this Crazy Fabric shop before but am going to peruse it next!

Judy1522 said...

I don't use a clothesline but in the last couple of years I have been wishing I had one. I guess it is a matter of figuring out where to put it and getting it put up. Fortunately we don't have a homeowners association that keeps us from doing that.

Suze said...

My kitchen is yellow with a white ceiling. Thanks for participating and all the inspiration.

Mom C said...

Cute bag. I used to have a clothesline on my deck. Now I just hang towels and levis over the deck railing. But only when the wind isn't blowing. Thanks.

Sallie said...

I use a clothes dryer.

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