Actually, if I could just get a good answer to this simple question, it would make my day! Here's my query:I have a closet full of broomstick (twist) skirts. I like them because they are pretty, comfortable, they're easy to mix n' match, and they hide a multitude of figure flaws. At least, I hope they do... Anyhoo, here's the problem: eventually they must be washed, and if I want them to look pretty again, they have to be twisted. I suppose I must have exceptionally poor twist technique, because my skirts come out looking like a mangled mess in spite of my most careful efforts. Oh laundry divas of the internet, please tell me what I am doing wrong and I will be forever grateful!