This Polyester Cord is one of the strongest cording we have had in many years. It is not just strong, but very durable, water safe (washable), colorfast and burns beautiful for bonding and finishing. Originally used for macrame, the cording is now used in many different crafts, including jewelry making, book biding, shoe making and leather work. It can also be used for clothing accents and sewing.
I can’t get enough of the softness of Deer Suede Leather Lace. It can be used in many ways, from jewelry to art crafts, it gives you that bohemian look that is so popular nowadays. It is often used in Native American jewelry and crafts, but also perfect for jewelry wraps, dream catchers, bohemian jewelry, clothing adornment, medicine pouches, fringe and bead knotting.
This Deer Suede Leather Lace is very soft, I swear it is butter soft! The outer side of this deer leather has a nice texture of leather and the back has the suede finish. It will get even more supple as it is as the leather is worked or worn. This deer leather strap is cut from a Deer / Elk hide that has been veggie tanned here in the USA and cut in Colorado. Each strap is 40 inches long and it may vary slightly one to another since they’re cut from real hides.
Material: deer leather lace
Quantity: one x 40 inches strap
Size: 5mm wide x a little over 1mm thick x 40 inches long
Hemp has been a long time economic asset for communities in Nepal for thousands of years creating a viable livelihood and steady income for women and families. This hemp thread is natural and hand spun by artisans in Nepal. It is very soft and will make great Jewelry.