100% pure cotton twine

After a long journey, we are excited to launch at the upcoming Stationery Show an high quality Cotton Twine, custom made exclusively for our company, with pure 100% cotton fiber and custom colors. When I learned that most of the baker twine in the market, is made with a content of synthetic fiber, I started to look for nothing else than a natural unbleached cotton fiber for producing our line. It wasn't an easy process and it took months of work, searching for a dye house and a twine manufacturer, by keeping the production within the USA. But it is finally here and a huge stock of twine is now in our studio and I can't stop photographing these beautiful and rich colors. The twine is available in a deep Cherry/Red and White, Black and White, Citrine and Emerald and Natural. Some basic colors I liked to continue to produce and make them available for gift wrapping and packaging design. Come to see them in person at our booth # 1762 or wholesale and online orders are available right away. Stay tuned for more news on the show and have a nice weekend!

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