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Offering you a complete choice of products which include 3 ply/twisted colored macrame (sky) cotton cord/dori (20m, 3mm) thread for macrame, 3 ply twisted macrame cotton thread, cord dori (100 meters, 3mm) for macrame diy (maroon), macrame cord combo, macrame cord cotton poly / 299, 8mm cotton rope for macrame diy and other uses and polyester macrame cord.
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Sky) Cotton Cord/Dori (20m, 3mm) Thread For Macrame
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Sky) Cotton Cord/Dori (20m, 3mm) Thread For Macrame
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Sky) Cotton Cord/Dori (20m, 3mm) Thread For Macrame
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Sky) Cotton Cord/Dori (20m, 3mm) Thread For Macrame
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Sky) Cotton Cord/Dori (20m, 3mm) Thread For Macrame
3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Sky) Cotton Cord/Dori (20m, 3mm) Thread For Macrame

3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Sky) Cotton Cord/Dori (20m, 3mm) Thread For Macrame

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ColorLight Blue
Usage/ApplicationHand Knitting
Packaging Typeroll
Brandsaras
TypeCotton
Length100 m
Thread FinishExport Quality
PatternDyed
No. Of Ply3.0
  • 100 Mtrs cord manufactured with cotton, hand woven and no bad odor.
  • Eco-friendly, Natural with soft texture
  • 3mm- Suitable for all macramé projects for beginners and advance level, DIY art and other craft projects
  • Our Ajanta cord images are representative of the color. We try our best that the pictures are a true representative of the actual color but it may be slightly different due to variations in each monitor.
  • All our products are registered and copyrighted. We value your time and hard earned money so in case any query regarding our product, feel free to contact us. Our customer care will provide you the best service and solution.

 

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  • 3 Ply Twisted Macrame Cotton Thread, Cord Dori (100 Meters, 3MM) For Macrame DIY  (Maroon)
  • 3 Ply Twisted Macrame Cotton Thread, Cord Dori (100 Meters, 3MM) For Macrame DIY  (Maroon)
  • 3 Ply Twisted Macrame Cotton Thread, Cord Dori (100 Meters, 3MM) For Macrame DIY  (Maroon)
  • 3 Ply Twisted Macrame Cotton Thread, Cord Dori (100 Meters, 3MM) For Macrame DIY  (Maroon)
  • 3 Ply Twisted Macrame Cotton Thread, Cord Dori (100 Meters, 3MM) For Macrame DIY  (Maroon)
3 Ply Twisted Macrame Cotton Thread, Cord Dori (100 Meters, 3MM) For Macrame DIY  (Maroon)

3 Ply Twisted Macrame Cotton Thread, Cord Dori (100 Meters, 3MM) For Macrame DIY (Maroon)

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MaterialCotton
Usage/ApplicationDiy Crafts
Colormaroon
Size3 mm
Brandsaras
Country of OriginMade in India
  • 10 Mtrs cord manufactured with cotton, hand woven and no bad odor.
  • Eco-friendly, Natural with soft texture
  • 3mm- Suitable for all macramé projects for beginners and advance level, DIY art and other craft projects
  • Our Ajanta cord images are representative of the color. We try our best that the pictures are a true representative of the actual color but it may be slightly different due to variations in each monitor.
  • All our products are registered and copyrighted. We value your time and hard earned money so in case any query regarding our product, feel free to contact us. Our customer care will provide you the best service and solution.

 

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  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
  • Macrame Cord Combo
Macrame Cord Combo

Macrame Cord Combo

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ColorCombo ARMY GREEN , GRRY, MAROON, PEACH, FIROZI, BLUE
MaterialCotton/ Cotton poly/ Spun Poly/ Recycled Cotton
Packaging TypeRoll or Winded On Card Board
Usage/ApplicationMacrame , Arts and Crafts
BrandBobbiny
Length20 m Each More Variations Available
Pattern3 Ply Twisted
Any ColorAll Colors Available
Country of OriginMade in India
Macrame Cord India, Macrame Thread India, Macrame Rope India, Colored Macrame Cord India In this video we will show you Best Macrame Cord in India. You can buy macrame cord combo and macrame thread combo from our website. Macrame Cord Combo – Macrame rope, macrame cord, macrame thread, and some other accessories to make your projects look great! - You can order any of the products separately as well. - We have different sizes and colors of cord to choose from. 

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  • Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299
  • Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299
  • Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299
  • Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299
  • Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299
  • Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299
  • Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299
  • Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299
Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299

Macrame Cord Cotton Poly / 299

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Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Roll

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BrandBobbiny
PatternTwisted
Packaging TypeRoll and Hanks
CottonNo
Usage/ApplicationMacrame , Art and Craft, Garments, Home Textile
Length100
Any ColorYes
Country of OriginMade in India
Color50
MaterialSpun Polyester which looks like cotton
Macrame CordIntroduction

Macrame is a craft that's been around for centuries, but the trend has made a comeback. Macrame cord can be used in all kinds of DIY projects, from jewelry to home decor. If you're ready to get into the world of macrame we have all the tips, tricks, and supplies you need to create your own macrame masterpiece!

Macrame Cord

Macrame cord is a type of rope that is used in macrame projects. It is made from cotton, linen or hemp and can be purchased in different colors and sizes. This cord gives you the ability to create knots and braids with your macramé project. You can also use it as an embellishment on other projects like tassels or flowers for clothing or home decor items.

What is macrame?

Macramé is a form of textile art that involves the use of cords to create patterns and designs. It is also referred to as knotting, lacing or plaiting. A macrame project begins with a cord, ribbon or twine which is tied into various shapes using an overhand knot known as the basic macrame stitch.

This knotting technique was popular in the 1960s and 1970s when it was used for creating wall hangings like dreamcatchers, plant hangers and decorative baskets. Today, macramé continues to be popular among crafters who enjoy making jewelry from colorful cord designs by wrapping multiple strands around each other in various patterns.

Types Of Macrame Cord

There are a number of ways to make macrame cord. The most common is with a twisted cord, which is made from three strands of thread twisted around each other. This type of macrame cord can be used for any project that calls for it, and can be purchased in most craft stores.

Another popular method for making macrame cords is by braiding them out of three separate threads at once. This is useful when you want to create cords that have a unique pattern or texture to them, like feathers or fur (or even just plain ropes).

Macramé comes in all shapes and sizes; some people prefer one color when they're working on their projects while others like having multiple colors available so that they can choose whichever one fits best into the design they're creating. Any type of material makes sense as long as it's durable enough to withstand lots of use over time!

If you're interested in creating something truly unique then we recommend trying our Fancy Cords which feature an intricate weave pattern throughout its length - perfect if your project needs something extra special!

Materials Used to make macrame cord

Macrame cord is made from a variety of materials, including cotton, hemp, jute, silk and wool. Some cords are even made of synthetic fibers. Cotton is the most popular material used to make macrame cord because it's easy to work with and available in many colors and sizes.

Cotton cord comes in various thicknesses: 10mm (3/8"), 12mm (1/2") or 14mm (9/16"), and ranges in color from white to black. The most common type of macrame cord you'll find is cotton 10mm size; however if you're looking for another type of material such as silk or wool then simply choose your desired size according to what works best for each project!

 

Conclusion

We hope that this article has given you some insight into the world of macrame. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, we want you to know that there is no wrong way to make a macrame cord! In fact, it's one of those things where the more practice you get with knots and knotsting techniques, the better your projects will turn out. Now go forth and start knotting!



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  • Delivery Time: 7
  • Packaging Details: Roll and Hanks

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  • 8mm Cotton Rope for Macrame DIY and other Uses
  • 8mm Cotton Rope for Macrame DIY and other Uses
  • 8mm Cotton Rope for Macrame DIY and other Uses
  • 8mm Cotton Rope for Macrame DIY and other Uses
  • 8mm Cotton Rope for Macrame DIY and other Uses
  • 8mm Cotton Rope for Macrame DIY and other Uses
8mm Cotton Rope for Macrame DIY and other Uses

8mm Cotton Rope for Macrame DIY and other Uses

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Minimum Order Quantity: 25 KG

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MaterialCotton
Usage/ApplicationGarments
ColorOff White
Size8 mm
BrandBobbiny
Width8 mm
Country of OriginMade in India
  • Macrame Threads for Beginners

    We’ve got some tips on how to choose the right materials for your project.

    Macramé is an ancient art form that has been around since at least the 16th century. It involves knotting strands of yarn into intricate patterns using a variety of techniques. The resulting designs can be used in many different ways, including jewelry, home decor, and clothing.
    Choose the Right Materials.There are several different types of macramé thread available. You should consider what type of design you want to make before choosing your material. If you plan to use the finished product as a gift, you might want to select a more durable thread. On the other hand, if you plan to wear the piece yourself, you might prefer a softer, silkier thread.
    Start with a Pattern.Once you decide on the type of thread you want to use, you need to start by selecting a pattern. A pattern will tell you exactly where to place each knot. Patterns come in two forms: written instructions and illustrations. Written patterns are easier to follow, but illustrations are often clearer.
    Add Color.If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to add color to your projects, macramé is an excellent choice. You can make colorful designs with simple knots, or even combine different colors to create unique effects


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  • Polyester Macrame Cord
  • Polyester Macrame Cord
  • Polyester Macrame Cord
Polyester Macrame Cord

Polyester Macrame Cord

Rs 700  / RollGet Best Price

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ColorGreen
MaterialPolyester
Packaging TypeRoll
Usage/ApplicationMacrame
BrandAjanta
Length10 m
Country of OriginMade in India
Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

  • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

  • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

  • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

Types of Macrame Thread

There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

  • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

  • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

  • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

     

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  • 3 Ply/Twisted Blue Color Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Blue Color Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Blue Color Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Blue Color Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori
3 Ply/Twisted Blue Color Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori

3 Ply/Twisted Blue Color Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori

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ColorBlue
MaterialCotton
Packaging TypeRoll
Usage/ApplicationMacrame,Arts and Crafts
BrandSaras
Country of OriginMade in India
  • Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

    Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

    Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

    Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

    There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

    There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

    • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

    • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

    • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

    Types of Macrame Thread

    There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

    • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

    • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

    • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

       

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  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Firozi) Cotton Cord/Dori (50m, 4mm) Thread for Macrame
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Firozi) Cotton Cord/Dori (50m, 4mm) Thread for Macrame
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Firozi) Cotton Cord/Dori (50m, 4mm) Thread for Macrame
  • 3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Firozi) Cotton Cord/Dori (50m, 4mm) Thread for Macrame
3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Firozi) Cotton Cord/Dori (50m, 4mm) Thread for Macrame

3 Ply/Twisted Colored Macrame (Firozi) Cotton Cord/Dori (50m, 4mm) Thread for Macrame

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Color50 Colors
Usage/Applicationmacrame
Packaging TypeReel
BrandBobbiny
TypeBlend
Length50,100,150,200
Weight1 kg
Thread FinishExport Quality
PatternDyed
No. Of Ply3.0, 4
Macrame Threads for Beginners

We’ve got some tips on how to choose the right materials for your project.

Macramé is an ancient art form that has been around since at least the 16th century. It involves knotting strands of yarn into intricate patterns using a variety of techniques. The resulting designs can be used in many different ways, including jewelry, home decor, and clothing.
Choose the Right Materials.There are several different types of macramé thread available. You should consider what type of design you want to make before choosing your material. If you plan to use the finished product as a gift, you might want to select a more durable thread. On the other hand, if you plan to wear the piece yourself, you might prefer a softer, silkier thread.
Start with a Pattern.Once you decide on the type of thread you want to use, you need to start by selecting a pattern. A pattern will tell you exactly where to place each knot. Patterns come in two forms: written instructions and illustrations. Written patterns are easier to follow, but illustrations are often clearer.
Add Color.If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to add color to your projects, macramé is an excellent choice. You can make colorful designs with simple knots, or even combine different colors to create unique effects.

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  • Twisted Multicolor Premium Macrame Cord/Dori Thread With Zari
  • Twisted Multicolor Premium Macrame Cord/Dori Thread With Zari
  • Twisted Multicolor Premium Macrame Cord/Dori Thread With Zari
  • Twisted Multicolor Premium Macrame Cord/Dori Thread With Zari
Twisted Multicolor Premium Macrame Cord/Dori Thread With Zari

Twisted Multicolor Premium Macrame Cord/Dori Thread With Zari

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Minimum Order Quantity: 1 KG

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ColorPeach white and zari
Usage/ApplicationHand Knitting
Packaging Typeroll
BrandSaras
TypeCotton
Length50,100, 200 meters
Weight250, 400, 800 gms
PatternDyed
No. Of Ply3.0
  • Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

    Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

    Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

    Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

    There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

    There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

    • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

    • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

    • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

    Types of Macrame Thread

    There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

    • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

    • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

    • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

       



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  • TMC 3 Ply 4mm (100 Mtr) Army Green
  • TMC 3 Ply 4mm (100 Mtr) Army Green
  • TMC 3 Ply 4mm (100 Mtr) Army Green
  • TMC 3 Ply 4mm (100 Mtr) Army Green
TMC 3 Ply 4mm (100 Mtr) Army Green

TMC 3 Ply 4mm (100 Mtr) Army Green

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ColorArmy Green
MaterialCotton
Packaging TypeRoll
Usage/ApplicationArt&Craft Macrame Home Textile Rug making Creative Packing
BrandBobbiny Ananta Mandala Crocheta
Length100 Mtr
Pattern3 Ply Twisted
Country of OriginMade in India
Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

  • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

  • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

  • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

Types of Macrame Thread

There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

  • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

  • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

  • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

     

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  • Twisted Macrame Cord 4mm 100Mrt Black
  • Twisted Macrame Cord 4mm 100Mrt Black
  • Twisted Macrame Cord 4mm 100Mrt Black
  • Twisted Macrame Cord 4mm 100Mrt Black
  • Twisted Macrame Cord 4mm 100Mrt Black
Twisted Macrame Cord 4mm 100Mrt Black

Twisted Macrame Cord 4mm 100Mrt Black

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ColorBlack
MaterialCotton
Packaging TypeRoll & Hanks
Usage/ApplicationArt&Craft Macrame Home Textile Rug making Creative Packing
BrandBobbiny Ananta Mandala Crocheta
Length100 Mtr
Pattern3 Ply Twisted
Country of OriginMade in India
Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

  • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

  • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

  • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

Types of Macrame Thread

There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

  • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

  • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

  • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

     

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  • TMC 4mm 100Mrt Baby Pink
  • TMC 4mm 100Mrt Baby Pink
  • TMC 4mm 100Mrt Baby Pink
  • TMC 4mm 100Mrt Baby Pink
  • TMC 4mm 100Mrt Baby Pink
TMC 4mm 100Mrt Baby Pink

TMC 4mm 100Mrt Baby Pink

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ColorBaby Pink
MaterialCotton
Packaging TypeRoll & Hanks
Usage/ApplicationArt&Craft Macrame Home Textile Rug making Creative Packing
BrandBobbiny Ananta Mandala Crocheta
Length100 Mtr
Pattern3 Ply Twisted
Country of OriginMade in India
Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

  • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

  • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

  • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

Types of Macrame Thread

There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

  • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

  • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

  • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

     

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  • TMC 4mm 100 Mrt White
  • TMC 4mm 100 Mrt White
  • TMC 4mm 100 Mrt White
  • TMC 4mm 100 Mrt White
  • TMC 4mm 100 Mrt White
TMC 4mm 100 Mrt White

TMC 4mm 100 Mrt White

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ColorWhite
MaterialCotton
Packaging TypeRoll & Hanks
Usage/ApplicationArt&Craft Macrame Home Textile Rug making Creative Packing
BrandBobbiny Ananta Mandala Crocheta
Length100 Mtr
Pattern3 Ply Twisted
Country of OriginMade in India
Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

  • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

  • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

  • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

Types of Macrame Thread

There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

  • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

  • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

  • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

     

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  • Steel Grey Macrame Cord
  • Steel Grey Macrame Cord
  • Steel Grey Macrame Cord
Steel Grey Macrame Cord

Steel Grey Macrame Cord

Rs 700  / RollGet Best Price

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ColorSteel Grey
MaterialPolyester
Packaging TypeRoll
Usage/ApplicationMacrame,Arts and Crafts
BrandSaras
Length100 m
Country of OriginMade in India
Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

  • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

  • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

  • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

Types of Macrame Thread

There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

  • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

  • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

  • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

     

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  • Viscose Macrame Cord
  • Viscose Macrame Cord
Viscose Macrame Cord

Viscose Macrame Cord

Rs 500  / RollGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 10000 Roll

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Usage/ApplicationGarments, Home Textile, Crafts, Macrame etc
Diameter Millimetres8 mm
ShapeRound
Color600
Length50 m
MaterialViscose
Packaging TypeRoll
Rayon Macrame Cord is a soft, smooth, and strong yarn made from rayon fibers. Rayon is also known as viscose and has been used in the textile industry for decades to produce products that are both affordable and environmentally friendly. It's made from wood pulp and is an excellent choice for macrame projects because it's not only soft but also lightweight so you can work with it easily without feeling weighed down by your project materials.
Viscose Rayon - Cuprammonium/Viscose blends contain no petrochemicals whatsoever but instead rely completely on renewable resources like corn starch syrup derived directly from cornstarch processed through mechanical breaking followed by solvent extraction into ethylene oxide solution which yields high molecular weight polymerized vesicles containing approximately 75% moisture content within them (similarly constructed molecules like polyethylene terephthalate do not contain any significant amount). These properties make them ideal candidates for producing socks because they'll hold up well under repeated wearings over time without becoming too tight around ankles due to excessive stretching caused by tight elasticity

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  • Production Capacity: 50000

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  • Twisted/Piping Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori Thread (50 Meters, 1.5MM)
  • Twisted/Piping Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori Thread (50 Meters, 1.5MM)
  • Twisted/Piping Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori Thread (50 Meters, 1.5MM)
  • Twisted/Piping Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori Thread (50 Meters, 1.5MM)
Twisted/Piping Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori Thread (50 Meters, 1.5MM)

Twisted/Piping Macrame Cotton Cord/Dori Thread (50 Meters, 1.5MM)

Rs 179  / KgGet Best Price

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ColorAll Colors
Usage/ApplicationHand Knitting
Packaging TypeReel
BrandSaras
TypeCotton
Length50,100, 200 meters
Weight250, 400, 800 gms
Thread FinishExport Quality
PatternRaw White
No. Of Ply3.0
Packaging SizeAs per customer requirement
Country of OriginMade in India
  • Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

    Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

    Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

    Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

    There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

    There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

    • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

    • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

    • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

    Types of Macrame Thread

    There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

    • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

    • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

    • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

       



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  • Production Capacity: 10000

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  • Macrame Cord Manufacturers
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Rs 250  / KgGet Best Price

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ColorOff White
MaterialCotton
Packaging TypeRoll
Usage/ApplicationArt&Craft Macrame Home Textile Rug making Creative Packing
BrandCrocheta
Length300 Meter
Pattern3 Ply Twisted
Any ColorOff White
LustreMatte
Country of OriginMade in India
Macrame ThreadMacrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Macrame thread can be made from different materials, including cotton, wool, jute, and synthetic material. You can also weave Macrame threads with many other materials such as yarns and ribbons, but the thread is the foundation of your macrame project. The choice of thread will determine the type of design you want to make.

Cotton is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. It is used in most macramé projects because it is soft against the skin and easy on your hands when working with it. Cotton is available in many colors and thicknesses that allow you to create pieces that range from delicate to bold depending on how hard or loosely you pull it through your project’s base material (usually rope).

Jute is a natural fiber made from plant fibers. Jute has been used for thousands of years for making items such as rope and cloth because it’s strong yet flexible enough for many uses like these ones too! This means that when using jute instead of cotton yarns there won’t be any worries about breaking threads while trying something new!

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

There are several kinds of macrame thread available:

  • Cotton is a natural fiber, but it has very little tensile strength, which makes it difficult to use as macrame thread.

  • Jute is a plant fiber that has some tensile strength and can be used as macrame thread. It's also fairly inexpensive and easy to find online or at craft stores in the United States.

  • Polyester, nylon, and silk all have high tensile strengths and are therefore excellent choices for making strong macramé projects. They're also more expensive than jute or cotton threads because they're synthetic instead of natural fibers (i.e., made from processed chemicals). The downside is that these types of threads may cause allergic reactions if you're sensitive to them; check with your doctor before working with them on an ongoing basis if this sounds like something you'd be concerned about!

Types of Macrame Thread

There are several types of macrame thread, each with its own properties.

  • Twisted Macrame Thread: Twisted macramé thread is created by twisting two or more strands together to form one twisted strand. This gives you the ability to add color and pattern to your work without using knots. It’s also easier to use than other types of macramé threads, but it’s not as strong or durable as braided or knitted macramé threads.

  • Single Strand Macrame Thread: Single-strand thread is made from a single strand of cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fiber that has been twisted around itself so that it becomes thicker and stronger when pulled tightly into place. This type of macramé should be used when stitching upholstery pieces together because it won't fray easily like braided or knitted threads do over time due to their thicker nature they will last longer than multiple strands twisted together at once!

  • Braided Macrame Thread: Braiding creates strong yet flexible fibers which makes them perfect for outdoor applications where there might be high winds blowing across the surface area - even if there aren't any knots involved! For this reason many people prefer using braiding over other types because there's less chance for breakage under pressure conditions present outdoors during certain seasons such as wintertime (when snowfall occurs).

     

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