Blue .75m Polypropylene Microcord for Sale
Blue .75mm Polypropylene Microcord 100% Polypropylene that we have for sale is Strong Lightweight and a Great Value High quality Microcord.
Parachute cord in this size known as Microcord is a small lightweight Kernmantle rope. Since it’s development it has been made from high tech materials, so it is incredibly strong and compact.
Whether its supporting the outdoor enthusiast or creating a bag our microcord is the right choice for you.
At Bilbys Ropes Cords and Crafts we take great pride in sourcing and supplying quality that is superior for our customers. We maintain a strict quality review of products so we deliver the highest quality Polypropylene Microcord
The cord is manufactured with a single inner core strand and is covered by an outer braided sheath.
Microcord – 100% Polypropylene
Diameter – .75mm
Country of Origin – China
Construction: Monofilament core and braided sheath
Abrasion resistance: Good
Chemical resistance: Excellent
Splice ability: Difficult
We recommend using a naked flame eg a candle or lighter, to melt the ends.
Warning: Melted propylene is extremely hot and will burn the skin.
Does not Rot & is UV Mould/Mildew Resistant and its colors will not run or bleed.
It does not absorb water and therefore will float
The inner core strand not only serve to add strength to the overall product integrity. The core can be used as sewing thread, fishing lines, and many other survival uses. This cord is a great accessory for outdoor camping, hunting, tactical, survival bracelets, crafts.
It has a proven track history for other uses such as securing Tarps, tent lines, lashing poles, fixing strapping and other outdoor applications.
Our 100% Polypropylene Microcord Is lightweight with a silky feel and a smooth shiny surface
Supplied on 100 metre reels simply from the drop down list and add to your cart.
To convert to feet: just multiply the number of metres by 3.28 eg – 10 metres x 3.28 feet = 32.8 feet (approx 33 feet)
Macramé is produced using knotting, rather than weaving or knitting, techniques.
Primary knots of macramé are the square or reef knot and forms of “hitching”: various combinations of half hitches.
These skills have long been used by sailors, artists, craft people and Scouts, especially in elaborate or ornamental knotting forms and to cover anything from knife handles to bottles to parts of ships and by outdoor people for hiking pole handles to hammocks.
Artisans of macramé enjoy using cotton as it is easy to knot and so can transform a project into a one of a kind unique piece and therefore may be a great way to add more handmade items into your home decor. Extremely popular in the Victorian era for decorating and clothing, these days adding macramé in your decor can bring that chic, bohemian vibe into your home.
Above all these projects are not only crafts, they can be artwork.
There are so many uses for macramé such as tablecloths and bedspreads to belts, pet lead and collars, plant hangers, fruit and veggie holders, decorative wall hangings and even jewellery.