January. JANUARY! Happy New Year everyone! It’s been all go here at twool HQ – guest blogger, Alison has kindly written a Winter Garden post for us – enjoy 🙂 Winter is the time to prune grape vines although as with pruning anything avoid frosty weather as freezing temperatures can damage the cut surfaces, as… Read more »
Posts Categorized: What do you do with your twool®?
July dawned and with it some thunder and a deluge. Which, while not great when it came to flash flooding and power out blips, it was *brilliant* for the garden… The water butts have been refilled and the podded peas are on grow mode 😉 What better combo than posh purple twool twine and purple podded… Read more »
As it’s British Flowers Week we thought we’d invite wedding florist – Alice from Lock Cottage Flowers – to blog for us 🙂 Hi twool fans — I’m a wedding florist based in Surrey and love using twool, especially in jam jar designs — which are most often used in weddings that have a rustic or… Read more »
We were delighted to get an email from Wales based Shoemaker, Alan Raddon with news that he’s used twool rope to make the soles for his London Fashion Week Shandals…
I had the pleasure of meeting Amanda Randell from The Academy of Floral Art last week. A member of the British Florist Association, she is a British Master Florist creating bespoke floral designs for any event – as well as teaching both professional and recreational floristry for the Academy of Floral Art in Exeter. Here is some… Read more »
Whatever you do with your twool we’d love to hear about it! You can email us with your pictures – email@example.com Or, tweet us @thisistwool, post to the facebook page, or pin to our shared board on pinterest. This past week, twool has been used for nesting blue tits and students at Jay Archer Flower… Read more »
Look at all the wonderful ways that florists up and down the UK use twool® in their work with British flowers: Emily Wisher, Sara Willman and Eliza James Flowers all use twool The South West Growers Convention and Lock Cottage Flowers also use twool