..This one keeps this gorgeous bundle of fluff, Tess, safely where her human Wendy can see her.
Tess the sheepdog pup, who was hand reared from a fortnight old, has three favourite spots; by the Aga range cooker, curled up in the breeze by a Blake & Bull drying rackat the kitchen door, and lying on the floor chewing the slippers off her mum's feet!
We love this Wendy, Thank you!
"Improvising - need to keep the 3 month old sheepdog pup in but it’s too muggy to have kitchen patio door shut with the aga range cooker on"
Maybe we should add this to our 11 things that you can use your drying rack for list?
Here are our 'Drying Rack Top Tips' -
- When drying washing on your rack, fold it first, saves on ironing (if you do it)
- If you are off on a winter walk, lay your scarves, welly socks, gloves and hats out on the rack to warm through before you leave!
- Kiddy craft? Use our rack to dry paintings, papier mâché, découpage and much more!
- Dry citrus peel slowly on it, rested on greaseproof paper, to make a natural kindling, pine cones work too!
- Dry out kindling sticks, ready for a warming winter fire.
- Lay your washing-up on it, to air dry. Or bits from the dishwasher that haven't steam dried, lay a t-towel down first.
- The flat surface is great for drying bulkier items slowly, like pillows, duvets folded, cat & dog beds - we have even seen a horse blanket being done this way!
- Slow dry your glut of summer herbs for the winter months on parchment, use our Pot Rack to slowly dry flowers!
- Dry seeds from the garden and store for the next season - free flowers! On the top layer, not too hot.
- Try Propagating seeds in trays on your rack or pot shelf, if they require a heated propagator you could save money and energy this way!
- Dry your delicate woollens - after hand washing let them drip dry flat on our rack, over the bath (or kitchen sink if using a Half Size Drying Rack), then easily transfer the rack to the top of your range for the last drying stage.