Step 3: Prepare the Clothes Line

1. Find the centre of the clothes line.
(If you can reclaim an offcut of clothes line, you will be extremely green!)

2. Make an overhand knot at the centre.

3. Choose 2 spoke holes as a starting point, it does not matter where.

such a cool idea!
This proves, <br>The simple ideas are often the best.
Neat work, cool green project, well-done instructable! Makes me wonder why I never saw the drying rack in the bicycle rim before...
great idea, and very green!
Well done! A simple, space saving solution. Well done indeed!
Why didn't I think of this? Very nice!
Very clever recycling!
<p>VERY clever and a good post </p>
<p>Very clever.</p>
<p>my mom loves it really cool</p>
Thank you for the inspiration! Had a spare rim left and took the chance...
I'll be doing this. nice work.
Holy hella pair of Y fronts. <br>5 stars just for that.
I love this, have been looking for a durable alternative for those 'made in china' plastic laundry drying wheels for a while now and this is perfect!
I like projects for which I can identify a need that I might have someday and when they are within my ability to replicate is double good. 3D printers and arudinos being totally out of my reach.
Nice undies
Wonderful!!!! <br> <br>I wonder if suspended from 3 lines of equal length, instead of 4 lines, the &quot;balancing problem&quot; would be solved. You could use a snap-swivel, or something similar, to let it rotate.
If only I had a wheel off a penny farthing...
wow! Why have I never thought of this?! The possibilities are endless! Make it a bit more sturdy than the clothes-hanger/thread (use wire instead) and you could use it to hang plants. <br>Or for balcony/garden decoration add some christmas lights on the outside (or inside). With glass-beads or old CDs... Thanks for sharing this! :) I'm so inspired right now, I gotta find me an old bike wheel. :)
Thanks! The hanger's days are numbered. I thought it would have broken by now. I will make something better to replace it. Glad you found this useful.
I love this. As a fellow UK'er who likes to dry washing outside it is a great way to save line space for your 'smalls'. <br> <br>Are spokes easy to remove? I have dodgy arthritic fingers and thumbs so don't have much gripping strength anymore, I may have to bow down and ask the live in human monkey to do that bit for me.
Spokes can be tough to remove, especially if corroded. I let a bit of WD40 soak in, then used a screwdriver bit on my drill and a spoke wrench. I suppose you could just cut them off, but I was trying to save them. Arthritis? Monkey help sounds good...
did your underwear scare the other clothing on the wheel? <br> <br> <br>
Rule #1: It's not nice to aire your dirty laundry in front of others.
i just run the leg holes on a ceiling fan blades and let them spin. <br>5 blades for 5 days.
then that would be centrifugal or was that centripetal force to account for the black stripes on the wall?
Here we see the rare zebra print undies in their natural habitat. But unfortunately for pair, a cheetah print thong is not far behind. Thus is the life of an undergarment.
+1 <br>Is zebra underwear just white underwear with black stripes or black underwear with white stripes?
Hmm, maybe keep the wheel on the bike to spin dry...

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