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2mm Round Leather Cord

5mm Stitched Suede Round Leather Cord

Hello. we just added four new colors - Light Violet, Sky Blue, Metallic Pearl and Natural Black - to our 2mm leather cord menu bringing our total selection to 11. This pales in comparison to the 95 colors available at Leather Cord USA but for use it's a great start. What colors did we pick. Well as you can see in the menu below we focused on metallics and their natural line which features some awesome colors such as the natural cyclamen and natural turquoise. We use this cord extensively in our own jewelry designs so getting more wonderful colors only made sense for us. Over time, we will continue to expand this line.

This item is available in the following colors
Light Violet Turquoise Sky Blue Metallic Pearl Metallic Copper Metallic Bronze Metallic Grey Natural Black Natural Blue Natural Violet Natural Turquoise Natural Cyclamen Natural Grey

This cord is a basic component of many jewelry designs from simply sliding a bail and charm onto a 2 ft length to create a basic necklace to braiding multiple cords into complex designs for hat bands, hair ties and more.

We get them in 10 meter rolls...

... and we sell them as such. They are also available in 50m rolls and we can special order them for you but we currently don't have them in stock.

Quick and easy is to use.

Cut a 2 foot length, add a bail with you favorite charm tie a sliding knot and wear it. Check out our selection of TierraCast charms for ideas. How about braidng muliple colors together into a wonderful hat band or hair tie. We use this cord for our triple wrap bracelets. The outer edge of the bracelet is made with this cord - while the inner core can be any type of bead. You see the neon purple firepolished beads on the one shown here or try pearls or gemstone beads - let your imagination go wild with the possibilities.

Want more than one? A 15% discount for each item is offered when more than one unit is purchased. Discount is automatically applied to the second and more items. Quantities can be adjusted in cart. All our prices are in USD$.

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CHAIN MAIL PLUS

Pre-orders available now on Amazon.ca, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Jewelry & Beading

This is a compilation of jewelry projects with a chainmail theme. And what do we see featured on the cover, but a pebble print cord. So here, larger than life, is one project that fully uses the cord we're describing.

On Amazon, the book is described as:

The projects use a variety of traditional chain mail weaves, but the focus is on incorporating popular, easy-to-find embellishments to make each piece unique: Swarovski bicones, pearls, and briolettes; TierraCast charms and fancy links; semi-precious gemstone beads; and leather, ribbon, and varied types of chain. Sidebars provide alternate designs and color variations, and tips and hints throughout the book help jewelry makers achieve a professional, polished finish.

You design and we make - email us if you want a custom order.

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