they’re here! … finally.

well … the spindles arrived this weekend, on saturday, i just didn’t get around to wrapping the twine until last night. but wasn’t it worth the wait?

i love getting things in the mail. love it. no matter what it is. even bills. scary right? i want to share that wonderful feeling, so… i think another giveaway is in order. yay!

for this giveaway the lucky winner will receive three antique spindles with all three colors of baker’s twine (red, blue and teal). i’m also throwing in two of our homemade jams. yummy!raspberry orange grand marnier and pineapple blueberry.

to win, just leave a comment below with how you’d use your baker’s twine. it’s that simple!

if you want to enter twice, comment/blog/tweet/facebook/or whatever a link to this post. then comment again with a link to where you mentioned this little giveaway.

i will announce the winner (choosen by monday morning. good luck!

oh, and I recently changed the way you ‘comment’. you no longer need an account to post a comment. just check ‘name/url‘ when commenting. all you need is a name and an email… which i think most people have. i hope.

***this giveaway has ended. you can see the winner here.

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  • KatieSPerk at

    What a fabulous giveaway! I would use my bakers twine to make a fun banner for a baby shower we are throwing in a few months! I think the twine would make it “pop”!

  • David at

    Oh I hope I win this one!! I want bakers twine!!

  • kate at

    I hope I win!

  • Rachel at

    Very extraordinary. I would use bakers twine like so: I would make classic chocolate chip cookies. I would then let them cool. I would take each one, and fold parchment paper over them, then seal each with an embossed sticker. Then, I would tie the little cookie together like a baby package with the twine. So, for say a gift I idea, I would have a giant box filled with individually tied cookies. Then, the entire giant box would be tied together beautifully with more bakers twine. Simple, elegent, earthy, and beautiful!


  • becks at

    i secretly hope i get you for the package exchange so i can incorporate this yarn i found this weekend that looks just like the baker’s twine. but this would make a great finishing touch for handmade goodies!

  • Kim @ NewlyWoodwards at

    These are awesome. I would use them for gift wrapping. And, anything else I could think of. =)

    Thanks for the chance.

  • Susan at

    Well Michael, I know exactly what I would do with the baker twine…Ask my dad, he’s a baker, and then do that. Or if it isnt a good a idea just play some cats cradle.

    Nathan Dixon

  • Emily Kate at

    Love the spindles! I’d put all 3 in a glass terrarium on my bookshelf because they’re neat to look at, and I’d take them out for gift wrapping and maybe even trussing up a turkey or a prosciutto wrapped pork loin when I finally get a kitchen!

  • Ginger and Pickle at

    oh! you have the best giveaways! I think it would be neat to string up some baker’s twine like a garland and add little clothes pins to clip on some vintage postcards. Thanks again for the chance!

  • Amanda Joy at

    Thanks for commenting on my blog and I could not resist your amazing giveaway! The jam sounds awesome, and oh how I love the spindles! I would love you use the varieties of twine for product packaging, perhaps another gift.

    Glad to find your blog!

  • My Owl Barn at

    I stumbled across your blog and I’m glad I did, this is a wonderful giveaway. Thanks!

  • Anne at

    The baker’s twine is so versatile– useful and beautiful at the same time! I would use it to package some of my “signature sparkly cranberry scones” I like to give as gifts. 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win!

  • KarenN at

    These are gorgeous! I would love to use the twine to wrap up baked goods, truss my turkey for Thanksgiving and use the spindles for decorating!! The jams would be so yummy too, I would love to try the Blueberry Pineapple, YUM! I’m a self confessed Jam-oholic!

  • Anonymous at

    I would use that twine on EVERYTHING! Although it looks wonderful on those spindles. The jams sound great as well.

    Jewelee from CT

  • Kristin at

    I would use the baking twine and spindles simultaneously for baking and for decorative purposes. They would perfectly complement these antique yarn spools in our dining area that I turned into candlesticks. And I would love to try these jams. We’re really enjoying the strawberry rhubarb variety that we bought from you about a month ago.

  • Diane Dorman at

    I would use this pretty twine to attach gift cards, and decorate pretty little presents! The jams sound so delish, I hope I win! Thanks for the chance :)e

  • Anonymous at

    I would use the twine to attach my easter eggs to my tree outside for my easter decor. They would look so much prettier than curling ribbon. The jam does sound wonderful. Love your site and your blog!

  • Anonymous at

    I would use the twine for gift giving baked goods and jams! Wonderful colors for Spring/Summer….Easter, Mother’s Day, etc.

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  • liz c at

    Where do you buy your spindles from?

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