Braided cords: a textile element with various applications

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Braided cord is defined as a type of cord developed in polyester, cotton and other textiles, by means of braiding machinery. Its design and properties vary depending on the product, since a braided cord distributor can manufacture units with ecological, biodegradable or waterproof qualities, to mention common characteristics in this market.

 

This diversity of qualities and possible adaptations make braided cord an element with multiple applications, mainly in textile products: sweatshirts, backpacks, bags, summer skirts, chic-style belts or accessories with a do-it-yourself touch that excites consumers. more creative.

 

In the jewelery and costume sector, braided cords are an ingenious solution, doubly attractive due to their value for money and the accessibility of the materials necessary for their manufacture. To a certain extent, they can replace chains and other similar accessories, bringing interesting benefits.

 

In addition, the use of braided cords is very widespread in bracelets and necklaces, due to its high level of customization and its compatibility with rhinestones, chains and other decorations. Logically, cords do not abound in high-end jewelry, but the taste of younger consumers towards this type of material, so simple, cheap and customizable, cannot be denied.

 

Braided cord receives intensive use in decoration, as evidenced in items such as lamp handles, certain cushions or tasseled ornaments, to mention the most common.

 

On the other hand, traditional toys have actively used braided cords, as they are affordable, pleasant to the touch and harmless to children. The hair of rag dolls, the joints of wooden trains, mobiles for the crib and a long list of toy parts and details are traditionally made with braided cords. The success of Montessori products shows that the ‘old-fashioned’ toy store is regaining its commercial punch, and therefore braided cords continue to be very topical in the sector.