Well, on the shirts, anyway.
This seems like it should be a no-brainer, but apparently not, so I will give this to you free of charge (just send me money in PayPal, anyway).
I do this for ALL my shirts, but especially for t-shirts and polo-shirts with knit fabric. For some reason people have this crazy idea that you have to hang laundry to dry right side up. No. NO! NO! Putting clothes pins at the shoulders of your shirts and blouses leaves a clothespin ‘nipple’ (similar to the clothes hanger nipple when a polo shirt has been hanging too long — Do Not Hang Knitted Garments!!!).
Hang your wet knitted shirts upside down, with an inch or two flipped over the clothes line. Knit fabric stretches. WET knit fabric stretches even more. If you pin at the very bottom corners, the middle of the shirt will sag as it dries. Giving it a bit of a fold-over supports the entire width of the garment. And you may still have some minor clothespin marks they will be at the bottom of the garment, not sticking straight up off your shoulders. And there might be a straight horizontal fold line across the bottom, but that’s where you will be tucking in your shirt and nobody will see that part anyway.
Just thought I’d share some of my domesticity with you. 🙂