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All 4 Bakers Twine
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All 4 Bakers Twine

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Fancy floss! Use this bakers twine for card making and scrapbooking projects, for gift wrap and with the Sew Easy Piercer (link). You'll have 12 colors with 8.7 yards per color. Great for embroidery too!

Set includes:
Primary Baker's Twine (link)
Secondary Baker's Twine (link)
Tertiary Baker's Twine (link)
Neutral Baker's Twine (link)

Part number: 5009827

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Customer comments

Comment such a cool embellishment. had to have every color.
Submitted Sunday, November 10th @ 06:53 PM

Comment I can't go down the list of everything because it's toooo long.
However I have never been disappointed in anything I have ordered from Paper wishes.
I can spend an hour or more looking in the catalog at what goodies are in it that I need.(?)
Submitted Monday, February 27th @ 08:07 AM

Comment I love this item and have found many ways to use it.
Submitted Monday, January 30th @ 10:56 AM

Comment In the 1940's and early 50's, my grandfather and I used to walk to the corner store when the bread came in. People didn't use packing tape much in those days - everything was tied closed with twine or string. The bread came packed in cardboard boxes tied closed with this pretty string.
Grandpa and I were allowed to pick up all we wanted as the grocer just cut it off the boxes.

What colors would there be! We started a ball of it: white and red, white and green, white and blue, and occasionally red and black, or all black - what a special find. The last time I remember seeing that ball, it was over 15 inches in diameter--even with Grandma using a bit of it now and then!

Until she died in 1992 at 103, if Grandma had a box to put away, she tied it with a bit of string or a strip of fabric. Those boxes, when one surfaces from storage today, are still securely tied - no brittle rubber bands or useless yellowed tape! Occasionally one is still tied with baker's twine from Grandpa's ball of string! THANK YOU for the wonderful memories.
Submitted Tuesday, July 26th @ 10:04 AM