To do this quickly, take 8-foot lengths of twine and fold in half before wrapping. Secure the twine to the form with double-stick tape. Once the entire form is covered, add extra twine to areas that are thinner to emphasize the texture and reduce bald spots. Tie with knots to secure on the back side of the wreath and trim off excess pieces.
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