Our Road Trip to San Francisco

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A few weeks ago, we took a road trip to San Francisco to exhibit at Renegade Craft Fair. The normally, 6 hour car drive turned into an extended 9 hour drive due to traffic and congestion as we approached the bay area.  It's always fun to explore the city by visiting new and favorite neighborhoods in the city. We thoroughly enjoy the diversity of people, places, and food available there. This time, we stayed in an area called SOMA - South of Market. It was our first time staying in an Airbnb rental. The 100+ year building had a lovely...

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Twine's New Website

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We're feeling a little excited here about our new Twine website.  We hope you like it as much as we do. In addition to our new look, we also wanted to share some of the improved features of the new website. They include: larger, product images with zoom-in viewing for each image easier website viewing on mobile phones and tablets  a streamlined, cleaner looking checkout process easier social media sharing for every product (i.e. pinning) Be sure to take a look at all of the new products we'll be bringing in for the upcoming fall and holiday seasons here. 

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Summer Pop-Up at Renegade Craft Los Angeles

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  Come see us this July when we go on the road for our Renegade Craft Pop-Ups in Los Angeles. Not familiar with Renegade Craft? Here's a little more about their shows.  Renegade Craft Fair is the world’s preeminent series of events showcasing the best and brightest talents from the modern Maker community in indie craft and design. It’s a weekend-long celebration of DIY culture; a thoughtfully curated marketplace where shoppers and micro-entrepreneurs make meaningful connections. Also look for a election of local artisanal food and drink, original art installations, interactive workshops, great music, and good vibes. Sound like fun and want to join us?...

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Earth Day 2015

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Do you know the history of Earth Day? It was started in 1970 by Gaylord Nelson, then a Senator from Wisconsin. Mr. Nelson wanted a “National Teach-In for the Environment” and attempted to put a national focus on the environment. It was the beginning of a conscious effort as Americans started to rally and come together against the deterioration of environment. The first Earth Day was supported by both political parties and people from all socio-economic backgrounds. The day had such a political impact that it led to the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Clean Air, Clean Water,...

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We're On Instagram!

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Hey everyone, Twine is now on Instagram! Follow us to see what's inspiring us and what we've discovered. Interested in following us? We're @shoptwine

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