Saturday, September 1, 2012

Tied with rope and twine ...

I have an odd affinity for twine (and its big brother rope). It's one of my favorite materials to use when creating handcrafted projects.

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.

Image via 4 Him Glory.

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.

Image via Hammers and High Heels

Image via Elizabeth Anne Designs

Image via Colin Cowie Weddings

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.

Image via Etsy

Image via Bored Doe

Guest favors gain a homespun character with string and twine embellishments.

Image via Alamodeus

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!


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