Natural Jute Cording
I plan to use this to tie the goodie bags for my five year old's cowboy party. It was an idea from Parent's magazine to use brown lunch sacks and tie them with jute cording. I had no idea what jute cording was, but found it here while ordering other party supplies. Works for me!
January 26, 2009
Crafting, not beading
We used this around some of our mason jars. Strong string, easy to work with. This would NOT work for beading as it frays a lot. Loved the look of it wound on the jars and into bows so much that I ordered more!
February 18, 2014
Very Poor Quality
Bought this for crafting/beading. It falls apart when you look at it! Does not hold together for anything. I'm sure there is an application for this cheap stuff, but I haven't found it yet. Maybe as a substitute for raffia?? Save your money :-(
September 10, 2011
You Get What you pay for
I used this in making favors and it was ok for me to use. What you would expect for the price. But this only for your own projects- do not buy for use with children as it does fray easily and I don't see how children could deal with it.
August 14, 2010
ok for everyday fun but not for quality craft
On the low end for quality. Easily frayed & can be difficult for young children to use.
I'd use this for crafting that I would not plan on keeping for a long time but the quality is not good enough to use for craft gifts.
July 6, 2009
The cording kept shreading and made it hard for the children to thread the beads on at VBS. It was even harder for the smaller children. This was a very good price for it though and a lot was on each roll. They looked very good once made.
June 24, 2009
Will not purchase again
Broke very easily. Not good quality
June 18, 2009
Not as thick as I expected
The diameter of the jute was a little thinner than I expected (more like twine) but worked okay for the necklaces we were making.
June 15, 2009
Thinner than expected
This was way thinner than I expected. we'll see hot srong it is.
May 14, 2009