This rushed out of a clothespin while I was hanging laundry. Spider with a white head and a small second body segment, mostly brown in color. Likes lurking inside the clothespins (shown on a 1cm wide clothespin). Some webbing around on the line and clothespins, but it does not appear organized and it’s not clear it belongs to this spider. (Connecticut)
Identification of spiders is not my specialty. Spiders can be tricky to ID from one photo, as it is important to see the number and location of the eyes as well as the mouthparts. With that said my guess is the Funnel-Web Spiders, Family Agelenidae. This family would be easy to ID if you see it in its web since as the name suggests – it is on the ground or in foliage in the form of a funnel – very tightly webbed. But from the clothesline that could be a challenge.