A beautiful display of string, yarn, and twine... Love the entire display. Pat
What a great display these balls of twine make. Visiting from Faded Charm. Have a great 4th!Mary
wonderful!!! and love cupboard they are in too.blessingsbarb
I kept my mother's old balls of string and everyone thought I was nuts. She was from the generation where you didn't throw anything away...xo Diana
Gorgeous whites!!!! Your shop rocks!~Debra xxxCapers of the vintage vixens
I don't know Theresa, but I have the same infatuation with balls and spools of string, twine jute, etc... Add in feedsacks and I'm a goner:-)Hope you have a great show and say HI to Donna for me. Wish I could come and meet up with all you wonderful ladies!xoxoKathleen
Gorgeous display sweet girl...you have such a talent and knack for knowing what looks beautiful!! hugs and love, Dawn
Love this old cabinet, and I have a basketful of string and twine in my studio. So glad I found your blog. I am a new follower.
I love how all the colors of white blend together to make a great display. I'm also loving the cupboard quite a bit as well!Take care, Sue
I love string/yarn/twine, too!! (I have them in baskets all over the house)...LOVE the way yours are displayed!Susan
Yep....we're all a bit crazy for the love of string! You sure got some good un's!
Beautiful display! Love the cabinet,and love the twine too! I have a few myself in a big tall glass jar which I love to look at.
Not sure what it is about them, but I can't resist them!! I was at an estate sale with my oldest daughter and she picked up one I had, and said "why?" Can you imagine!! I told her I needed it!!;o)Lovely photo! Thanks for sharing! Wish I could fly up and go to the market!!Blessings,Becky
I agree! I love the many shades of white yarn and twine and the texture of each kind!Blessings,~Angie @ Knick of Time
You grabbed my attention with the balls of twine and when I went to your page there was the great metal table. Recently, I purchased a copper perforated wash tub and debated how to use it. It just may need to become a table, that seems easier than a light. Thanks for sharing your great photos and blog. Elaine of Sisters Treasures in Texas.
I don't know but every time I am out thrift shopping and I come across some I pick it up.I love displaying it in my home.Currently in an old ironstone bowl.((((Hugs))))Anne
I'm with you, I love twine too. Happy 4th!!
You've created a wonderful display! It's the simple things that the most eloquent.
Beautiful display TOT. I hope you have the best time ever with Donna at Tipton's. I can't wait to hear all about it!!!hugs...
I love to string along!Deb
Lovely display, my heart skipped a beat! Have a fabulous day!Jen @ Gather Boutique
I know for me it is the look of the many pieces together, the light colors, and the texture of the different types of string. Just beautiful.Miss you doll face...Jackiebliss farm antiques
I don't know what it is about string, but I sure do love that display! The table next to it made out of???? something that I've see before is pretty awesome too.
Your store is wonderful, and can hardly wait until I have a chance to come back.
I too am in love with string right now! Rope too!We are so excited that you are coming!!!Safe trip and see you soon!HugsDonna
Your home is a feast for my eyes, just awesome!
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