Baker's Twine Spool Holder

6:26:00 AM

Today I'm creating a better way to store the 
Baker's Twine I use in my workshop. 

Baker's Twine Spool Holder

My basement and workshop are once again getting cleaned, purged and organized. I need to do this every once in a while because when I create I make a huge mess. 

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Today I'm tackling this pile of Baker's Twine.


DIY Baker's Twine Spool Holder

I had a lot of wood leftover from an old dresser I disassembled in my basement. I saved some of the wood and it's come in very handy. 

While I was looking for a dowel to cut for the pegs I remembered I had a jar of pegs on my supply shelf I found at a garage sale... perfect!

wooden dowel pegs for twine organization

I drilled holes the size of the pegs down the center of one of the reclaimed boards. 

Reclaimed wood and wooden dowel pegs for twine organization

I used a little wood glue then hammered the pegs into the holes. 

DIY Reclaimed wood and wooden dowel pegs for twine organization

I painted the board and the pegs with white paint then added a length of measuring tape for decoration. I realized later it is great for measuring the twine too!

Baker's Twine Organizer

Using an old repurposed drawer with a frame I made a few years ago, I made a string station for all my twine and string. 

Baker's Twine Organizer and a repurposed drawer with a frame

This was an easy project that will keep my Baker's twine organized!

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4 comments

  1. I like this ALOT!!! I may use the idea and adapt it to my personal needs. I think the use of the measuring tape is perfect! very convenient. And being able to store it out of the way but bring it down when needed is perfect.

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  2. Thanks so much Beth! I need to make a few more of these because I have more spools of twine! :)

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  3. What a great idea! May I ask what the space is in between the pegs? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Mary,
      The space between the pegs is only about 2 1/2- 3". You could really make them more but I wouldn't do less than 2 1/2" :) Thanks for visiting!

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