Here's what happens when you get a bright idea to wash a dozen long scarfs together.
You end up with one very colorful lumpy scarf.
I cruise through Dollar Tree now and then to pick up some food and cleaning bargains. Everything is $1 or less there. They often have a scarf du jour for sale for $1. Since I can use these scarfs numerous ways, I fork out a $1 now and then to buy one. They get a lot of use in my hair, around my neck and inside and outside the motorhome.
Some are inspired by upcoming holidays, so I have scarfs with hearts and scarfs with stars and stripes. I have a scarf with fish and one with candy colors plus some with pretty pastel random stripes.
They tie up my long hair or make a great hippie headband. Sometimes I've braided a scarf into my hair with my long locks for a unique look.
When my wrist was super sensitive but I didn't want to wear a brace, I was hiding my ace bandage with a colorful scarf wrapped and tied around my arm. I got so many compliments people thought I was setting a new trend.
I hang some off the awning frame when I am expecting company so they don't thwack their head (IF they see the scarf dangling there first...)
When I have to leave the freezer door open in the hallway to defrost the fridge, I tie scarfs to it, so I don't slap my head (again) on that super sharp freezer door corner. Did you know that freezer door is harder than my head?
I found out the hard way... Had an ugly lump and a headache for daze.
So I was washing up my dirty life and decided the basket of scarfs probably had sweat and road grime ready for a washing.
And they came out as one big lumpy colorful scarf.
Scarf barf from my washing machine.
Life is goof.