Handle and bottom rope for Ruke project bag

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ropes-ruke-bag
€2.00
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  • Handle and bottom frame rope
  • Length: 76cm, 86cm (30in, 34in)
  • Thickness: 8mm, 10mm (0.31in, 0.39in)
  • Colour: White
 

It is a set of 2 pcs. ropes for the handle and bottom frame made from cotton-braided rope for the Rūkė project bag. The rope for the handle has a length of 86cm (34in) and a thickness of 10mm (0.39in), the rope for the bottom frame is 76cm (30in) in length and 8mm (0.31in) in thickness.

Thickness: 8mm, 10mm (0.31in, 0.39in)
Length: 76cm, 86cm (30in, 34in)
Colour: White   

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