Hi Scraplifters! Today I wanted to talk to you about baker’s twine. Although it was originally used for wrapping baked goods (hence the name!), it is now frequently used for embellishing cards and scrapbook pages.
It can be purchased in sampler packs, where you get several colors, usually at 10-12 yards each. The problem with these sampler packs is the twine is usually held together by a label.
When you break open the label, you need to have a way to store what’s left. That’s where this baker’s twine storage idea from Pink Suede Shoes comes in. She uses old-fashioned clothespins to store her twine.
I’m sure you could also use regular ‘ole clothespins too. I think this would also work well to store embroidery thread and yarn. What do you think?
SCRAPLIFTER’S SOURCE: Baker’s Twine Storage Idea from Pink Suede Shoes