This strong and durable wool twine is incredibly versatile and multi purpose! With so many lovely colours to choose from it's not just great for garden use, but beautiful enough for creative arts and crafts and for use as a sustainable alternative to plastic based ribbons and bows when wrapping gifts.
Sustainably produced in Britain from pure Dartmoor wool
Supports British rare breed farmers who practise regenerative agriculture
Creatively designed by a small family business committed to sustainability, social values and British Heritage manufacturing
Create Your Own Gift
This product is available to buy as part of our 'Create Your Own' gift box. If you would like to buy this individually (not as part as a gift box), it is available to purchase on its own at our sister website Green Tulip.
If you've got some great ideas from our ready made gift boxes, but they are not quite right for who you are buying for, our Create Your Own service allows you to put together a completely bespoke gift box.
Just select at least 2 products from our Create Your Own 'ingredients' and we'll package them up in one of our kraft gift boxes tied up with one of our lovely cotton ribbons. To finish off we'll hand write your gift message on one of our postcards.
Box, message and packaging charge is £4 per box. The box chosen will be the one that we think best fits the gift.
Delivery Options - all services tracked:
Royal Mail Tracked 48 - £3.50 (Free for orders over £50)
Royal Mail Tracked 24 - £5.00 (Only £1.50 for orders over £50)
DHL Express Courier - £8.50 (Monday-Friday, usually next day)
Orders received by 11am weekdays will be sent out the same day.
Great for supporting plants and shrubs, marking out straight lines for planting rows and to separate areas of the garden, tying up bean cane structures and hanging bunches of lavender, onions or garlic to dry.
White faced Dartmoor sheep are one of Britain's most ancient breeds - sadly now classified as at risk. Dartmoor National Park farmers breed and tend the sheep to preserve them, and have very small flocks.
The sheep are sheared in the spring and the wool is taken to Yorkshire where it is washed using modern effluent treatments that ensures no harmful chemicals are released into the environment. Any waste material is converted into slug pellets and slow release fertiliser. When dry, the wool is ready for spinning which is done on traditional Victorian machines that have been adapted for electricity and need no mineral oil or lubricants to run. The spun yarn is then coloured using low impact synthetic dyes that don't contain any toxic substances or heavy metals, meaning the dye and rinse water can be recycled and used again. The yarn is then spooled onto a recyclable card tube and packaged in a recyclable paper belly band.
Spool measures approximately 7.5cm high x 4.5cm diameter. 35m.