What could you do with 400' of natural jute twine? It's probably not great for restringing your tennis racquet, but it's indispensable in the kitchen, garage and craft room! And, of course, in the garden — for tying up plants, setting up straight seeding rows and marking out garden beds. When it's done its duty, add it to the compost pile. If you forget to take it down, no worries — it will either biodegrade over time or birds will happily use it for their nests. What we love about this spool in particular is that it unravels from the center, so you don't end up with a tangled, wasteful mess.