After I bathe in my basin, I often use the water to wash out a piece of clothing. I throw it in, let it soak over night, wring it out, and hang it up to dry by the wood stove.
To wring out the piece of clothing, I throw it over a tree branch that hangs over my deck and wring it out by twisting it like the illustration shows.
The illustration is from a book called Living on the Earth. I’ve had this book since I was twelve. From baking bread to building a home, nothing takes more than a page to explain.
That’s the way things should be—if something takes more than a page or two to explain you’re probably making it too complicated.