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I have always loved the concept of those rubber travel clotheslines (I'm an engineer; what can I say.) They stretch to accommodate different spans, and there's no need ...
Gather together 60 rubber bands (I used 3.5" by 0.25") and put some water in the sink. (Note: I used 60 and that seems to work well. you ...
Divide the rubber bands into three even piles and toss one of the piles in the sink. Lubing them with some water is going to make them easier ...
Take all the rubber bands that are in the sink and knot them into a long strand
Once you're finished with the first strand, toss in the next set of bands and repeat the process. When the second strand is done do it once more ...
Knot the 3 strands together near one end, and start braiding the long strands together.
As the braid nears the end of the strands, tie another knot to finish things off, and you're done!
Before you can hang clothes on it, the line must be hung. I can think of two ways of doing this: 1: Wrapping the end around a sturdy ...
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