9MM Recycled Cotton Cord Spool
This is the most lovely cord! Modern Macramé's 9MM 100% Recycled Cotton Cord Spools are a single-ply cotton string that is soft and plush and and oh-so-lovely to work with. This cotton cord comes in 260' spools and is among the largest of the Modern Macramé single ply offerings. It is easy on the hands and makes big, soft knots for a wonderfully exaggerated and opulent fabric. You can use 9MM Recycled Cotton Cord it as an accent fringe or tassel to contrast with your 5mm rope, try knitting or crocheting with it, or imagine your favorite wall hanging or plant hanger pattern in this jumbo string for a wonderfully exaggerated upgrade!
If you're looking for rope bundles check out the 5MM Recycled Cotton Rope Bundles, or for thinner 4MM cord, check out the 4MM Recycled Cotton Cord Spools.
Modern Macramé works alongside a rope manufacturer with a focus on sustainability. They have been working tirelessly to create quality rope and cord derived from 100% pre-consumer textile factory waste. Pre-consumer waste refers to cotton fiber scraps that textile factories end up with when manufacturing garments and it is recycled before it is used by the consumer. This means that there are still no harmful chemicals used in creating Modern Macramé cotton cord!
Modern Macramé stands for quality craft materials, inspirational content, and our wonderful community. Founded by Emily Katz, who has taught macramé to thousands around the globe from private lessons to beautifully curated workshops to team building for creative companies. Her aim is to not only share her love of this simple craft, but also inspire people to be better versions of themselves. Emily has been featured in Forbes, The LA Times, London Daily Mail, Buzzfeed, Nylon Magazine, Ku:nel, Popeye Magazine, Elle Japan, Elle NL, and Elle France to name a few.
Her first book, Modern Macramé, 33 Stylish Projects for Your Handmade Home (on the shelves at Wild Hand!!) was released by Ten Speed Press in May 2018. Modern Macramé grew out of Emily's observation of a lack of accessible and high quality materials for crafters and fiber artists, and so in 2014, the company was born.