Thursday, October 14, 2010

i swear i don't have an addiction to twine...


Ok, so maybe I have enough to open a small store.
And there's a chance that it's true, I have a very difficult time passing by twine in a store without taking it home with me.
All right, so maybe I have a bit of a problem.
So, if you know of a twine addicts anonymous group, you should probably drag me there...


9 comments:

linda t said...

SO DO I!!!
Seriously, I sorta gasped when I saw this post!
And get this... I have yet to order a spool of bakers twine! I know!
I have a file of my most favorite inspirational photos... your twine photos are so in the file! Ha!

"If loving twine is wrong, I don't want to be right!" Ha!

Rhonda said...

Isn't it so beautiful, natural in it's color, functional and so vintage like. They tied everything up with twine in the old days, before stupid scotch tape.

I'm right there with you. Twine is good. Baskets of it is even better.

lori jo rebeles said...

i am so glad i am not the only one!!! i just bought another roll today!! love the photo of yours.... don't think i will ever tire of twine!

Carol Bass @ A Bird in Hand said...

I don't see a problem here! Don't you love how we can see the beauty in the most simple of items?

terry said...

my twine obsession is almost as bad as yours. i even save all the twine off of unique price tags from stores and hang them on hooks. the only thing i don't have that you have is that awesome metal basket to store it all in!

janine said...

Hi Bev,

I'm in full agreement with the other ladies as well! Love twine!! I s'pose you've been really busy. Miss your posts. Hope you are well.
Take care
Janine
XXOO
Tasmania, Australia

Deserae said...

If you are going to have an addiction this is definetely the one to have! LOL...Love that basket too!
~Des

Tammy at Tattered and Timeless said...

So what? It looks lovely - too lovely to not have a collection.
tammy

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Can I join the club? I also have a small addiction to twine. I have a vintage wood bowl filled with it and one day I noticed that some of it was missing. My husband had actually used a roll to support some plants! I went out and bought him new twine and advised him to never touch mine again!! lol.
xo, Sherry

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