3PLY Macramé Rope 3mm01-01BB-MR3Natural
The new 3mm 3ply Macramé Rope is a triple twist cotton cord composed of 60 single threads twisted with three 20-thread parts. It is perfect for macramé, weaving, basketry or any fiber art.
It is super soft, smooth, knots beautifully and gives amazing, twirly fringes and tassels. Thanks to its twisted structure it is firm and easy to work with, making it ideal for those projects that need precision and definition, or need that extra strength to bear weight, like plant hangers or crocheted bags.
The 3ply Macramé Rope is produced in a small factory in Poland.
It is sustainable and 100% made of recycled cotton, and rolled on recycled and biodegradable cones.
WHY WE LOVE IT — Premium quality, extremely soft, easy to handle, gentle to the hands,structured, flexible, durable, 100% sustainable
CONTENT — 100% recycled cotton rolled on sustainable spool
LENGTH — 108 yards | 100 meters
SIZE — 0.12'' | 3 mm
WEIGHT — 0.88 lb | 400g
These gorgeous cords are made by a family-owned company in Poland. Truly sustainable, the thread comes from old clothes and textile waste. No water or toxic chemicals are used in the production process, saving energy and reducing CO2 emissions. The textiles are shredded until converted into dust. At this stage, the color is created – the shredded cotton in various colors is mixed in specific proportions to receive the desired shade. The fibers are then spun into thread which is later delivered to the company. Even their production waste is passed to local zero-waste initiatives.
Please note that we try our best to display our colors as accurately as possible, but due to monitor differences, actual colors may vary slightly from what appears online. Feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The quality of our products is crucial to us. This article carries the OEKOTEX® STANDARD 100 label, meaning that every production level and component has been tested for harmful or toxic substances that are a danger to human health or the environment. Therefore, the article is harmless in human and ecological terms.