|Curtains tied with twine via Alamodeus.|
When I wanted a novel look for my studio curtains, I tied hemp and cheesecloth together with twine for simple, rustic appeal.
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Twine works beautifully with just about any other object to add interest for curtain tiebacks.
With heavier twine, I created custom candle holders that are frequently used when entertaining. My previous post here gives the tutorial.
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It's fun to see so many event designers using twine for impromptu napkin rings. I love the clever addition of trinkets, notes and placeholders, too.
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Guest favors gain a homespun character with string and twine embellishments.
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And, yesterday I found this great rope necklace in a favorite consignment shop. Who could resist its chunky charm? Not me. It's mine now!