(her) Twine

Two wires at the time of crossing. Also called twisting or spinning. Twining is the oldest textile technique in the world. Originally done by rubbing a fiber over the thighs by hand. Two wires twisted around each other are much stronger than a single wire. A wire or, in the case of slightly thicker material, a rope. The twine. The first commodity in the world?

twine (n.)
“strong thread made from twisted strands,” Old English twin “double thread,” from Proto-Germanic *twiznaz “double thread, twisted thread” (source also of Dutch twijn, Low German twern, German zwirn “twine, thread”), from PIE root *dwo- “two.”
twine (v.)
“to twist strands together to form twine,” c. 1300, from twine (n.) and probably also from Old Norse tvinna “to double.” Sense of “to twist around something” (as twine does) is recorded from late 14c. Related: Twined; twining.

The first trade in the world was twined thread. With this strong rope humans were able to move big things like stone. Twining is the oldest textile technique in the world. Originally done by rubbing two threads over your thigh with your hand. Two wires twisted around each other are much stronger than a single wire. A wire or, in the case of slightly thicker material, a rope. The twine. The first commodity in the world I guess. The word trade still refers to threads. With strong wire you can also connect layers (skins, fabric) together so that something thicker and stronger is created. A horse saddle or a winter coat. But that is about sewing or quilting. To twine also means to create something juicy! Something that is wanted; Trade

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