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Stenli yarns Jute 4mm
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The Stenli Jute 4mm rope is a high-quality, natural jute rope that is perfect for crafting, DIY projects, and home decor. This rope is made from 100% biodegradable jute fibers, which makes it a great eco-friendly choice for your projects. With a thickness of 4mm and a length of 55m, each bobbin of this rope weighs 250g, providing ample material for various projects.
This jute rope has a natural, rustic look and feel that is perfect for creating a vintage, farmhouse-inspired aesthetic. The texture of the rope is slightly rough, providing a sturdy grip for your projects. The natural color of the jute is versatile and pairs well with a range of different materials, making it a great choice for macrame, weaving, and other textile projects.
Due to its durability and strength, this jute rope is ideal for a variety of uses. You can use it to create beautiful wall hangings, plant hangers, and other decorative accents for your home. It's also great for making bags, rugs, and other sturdy items that can withstand everyday wear and tear.
The Stenli Jute 4mm rope is easy to work with, making it suitable for both beginners and experienced crafters alike. It's soft and pliable, so you can easily knot and weave it into a variety of designs. Plus, the 55m length of each bobbin means you won't run out of material quickly, making it perfect for larger projects.
Overall, the Stenli Jute 4mm rope is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a versatile, eco-friendly, and durable crafting material. Its natural texture and color make it a great addition to any project, and its strength and durability ensure that your creations will last for years to come.
|Pack||4 * 250gr|
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