A quick word on Baker’s Twine

I have a bit of an obsession with baker’s twine.  I ordered 4 huge spools of it a few months ago and I am looking around for more. Now I’m no crafty, but even I can think of a million uses. In fact, we seem to be using it in some shape or form at least once a day (yesterday my daughter used it to make some bunting for her dolls house). Great for gift wrapping instead of ribbon, just team with brown butcher paper… It is also beautiful for wrapping baked goods. It adds a nostalgic, rustic look that is simple and classic. Traditional red and white baker’s twine is perfect but I am totally smitten with these delicious, eye-popping colors from The Twinery.

- Sara

6 COMMENTS - Add your own

1. Courtney in London | July 27, 2010 | Reply

I love baker’s twine. I also have a large collection and use it all the time! What a cute site — all those pastel colours.
xx

2. emilie | July 27, 2010 | Reply

I never knew the name of this string but it is lovely!

3. Allana | July 28, 2010 | Reply

Just ordered the sample pack, yay!! Those colours are awesome! :)

4. Steph | July 28, 2010 | Reply

Our household favorite gift wrapping is red baker’s twine with brown paper. My husband and I have determined that gifts from Santa are wrapped this way.

5. Eileen | November 23, 2010 | Reply

Hi, I have to wrap a lot of gifts for a charity raffle and I would like to wrap in brown paper and bakers twine, can someone tell where I can purchase b/twine in large amounts in england. preferably in the north-west but actually anywhere would do

Thanks
Eileen

6. Keri | June 26, 2011 | Reply

check out this great source for colorful bakers twine:

http://www.twistedsugartwine.com

BEST PRICES OF COLORFUL BAKER’S TWINE ON THE MARKET!

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