In this section you will find all the thicknesses and sizes of coils that we offer in Natural / Raw color. If you need other colors in this link you can see the available options.
Twisted cotton rope is what is usually called "macrame rope", since in the past it was the only one used for the technique. It is produced by twisting three strands into a spiral. Thanks to this structure, a resistant and strong rope is achieved, and with a higher weight than other types of rope. It is an easy rope to handle (we recommend it for beginners) and you can unroll the strands to get wavy fringes.
Check our MACRAMÉ ROPE GUIDE and discover more about the different types of ropes there are.
WHAT TO USE THIS ROPE FOR?
In the images you can see project examples What our clients have done with this rope.
- 2mm: small projects that will be very manipulated (keychains, headbands, belts, baskets, pacifier holders) or larger projects in which you want to achieve a more detailed drawing (tapestry, flower pots, lamps)
- 4mm: this is the standard thickness and the most used in macramé, so it will be useful for practically any project: tapestries, flower pots, lamps, curtains, chairs
- 5-7mm: this thickness allows you to carry out large projects in a short time. Perfect for tapestries, flower pots, hammocks.
- Stringing chairs: the most suitable thicknesses are 2mm and 4mm
- Loom: any of the thicknesses to achieve different textures in your creations
- Composition: Recycled cotton
- Length: 5% compared to the indicatedo
- Certificate: Standard 100 OEKO-TEX®
- It is a high quality product
- Made in Spain
YOU NEED MORE UNITS? If it doesn't let you add more units to the cart, it is because there is no more stock. If you need more units than those available, you can order them sending us a message and we would send it to you in 7-10 days.
*The color may vary slightly from the photo depending on the production batch because we work with recycled cotton (it is not dyed).
**The color tone and thickness may vary slightly from one batch to another, so we always recommend purchasing a little more if it is for a specific project, so as not to run out of material.