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Twisted Craft Rope - Decor Trim Cord - 1/4 inch

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SGT KNOTS 1/4" twisted cotton craft cord and trim decor rope is designed with DIY enthusiasts, crafters, and interior decorators in mind.  Our craft rope looks great with wedding decorations, flowers, school projects, curtain tie-backs, and arts & crafts.  The high-quality dye process provides long-lasting colors that won't fade.  Our craft rope is made with all natural, eco-friendly, 100% cotton fibers that are smooth on the hands and leave no bad smells or fumes if burned.  Our unique crafter's rope will perform better and longer than standard twisted cotton cord.


  • Diameter:  1/4"
  • Colors:  Black, Bronze, Cardinal Red, Copper, Goldenrod, Navy, Pewter, Pink, Turquoise, and White

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