• I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. These extra long metallics were a special order for making Makiko Tada's Tatami Braid.  My stock is limited and I will probably not have them again. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Pack contains 1 rope of 4 bundles, with 24 threads per bundle. These are double the length of most other Japanese fibers. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.  
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. These extra long metallics were a special order for making Makiko Tada's Tatami Braid.  My stock is limited and I will probably not have them again. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Pack contains 1 rope of 4 bundles, with 24 threads per bundle. These are double the length of most other Japanese fibers. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.  
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. These extra long metallics were a special order for making Makiko Tada's Tatami Braid.  My stock is limited and I will probably not have them again. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Pack contains 1 rope of 4 bundles, with 24 threads per bundle. These are double the length of most other Japanese fibers. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.  
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. These extra long metallics were a special order for making Makiko Tada's Tatami Braid.  My stock is limited and I will probably not have them again. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Pack contains 1 rope of 4 bundles, with 24 threads per bundle. These are double the length of most other Japanese fibers. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.  
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo cords on my annual trips to Japan. They are not widely available in the US, and my stock is limited. Take advantage while the Yen to USD exchange rate is still favorable and while my supply lasts. Contains 2 ropes of 4 bundles, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. (Small pack is 1/3 of 24 tama factory pack) Length:  2.8 meters:  These pre-cut metallics are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan Braid length when folded in half: Approximately 30 to 34 inches. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a full pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. They are not widely available in the US, and my stock is limited. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Contains 2 ropes with 4 bundles each, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. (Small pack is 1/3 of 24 tama factory pack) These pre-cut metallics are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan. I usually fold them in half if making jewelry.
    Braid length when folded in half: Approximately 30 to 34 inches. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a full pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.    
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. They are not widely available in the US, and my stock is limited. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Contains 2 ropes with 4 bundles each, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. (Small pack is 1/3 of 24 tama factory pack) These pre-cut metallics are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan. I usually fold them in half if making jewelry.
    Braid length when folded in half: Approximately 30 to 34 inches. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.    
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. They are not widely available in the US, and my stock is limited. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Color: Burgundy with a mix of charcoal and a hint of dark green. Contains 2 ropes with 4 bundles each, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. (Small pack is 1/3 of a 24 factory pack) These pre-cut metallics are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan. I usually fold them in half if making jewelry.
    Braid length when folded in half: Approximately 30 to 34 inches. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. They are not widely available in the US, and my stock is limited. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Contains 2 ropes with 4 bundles each, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. (Small pack is 1/3 of 24 tama factory pack) These pre-cut metallics are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan. I usually fold them in half if making jewelry.
    Braid length when folded in half: Approximately 30 to 34 inches. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo fibers on my annual trips to Japan. They are not widely available in the US, and my stock is limited. Take advantage while my supply lasts. Contains 2 ropes with 4 bundles each, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. (Small pack is 1/3 of 24 tama factory pack) These pre-cut metallics are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan. I usually fold them in half if making jewelry.
    Braid length when folded in half: Approximately 30 to 34 inches. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches. Note: Photo is for color only. Photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths.  
  • I buy these beautiful metallic kumihimo cords on my annual trips to Japan. They are not widely available in the US, and my stock is limited. Take advantage while the Yen to USD exchange rate is still favorable and while my supply lasts. Contains 2 ropes of 4 bundles, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. (Small pack is 1/3 of a 24 factory pack) Length:  2.8 meters:  These pre-cut metallics are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan Braid length when folded in half: Approximately 30 to 34 inches. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches.
  • These beautiful kumihimo silks are in limited supply. Color: Soft, light pink Package contains 1 rope with 4 bundles each, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. These pre-cut silks are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches. Note: The braid structure and the number of bundles per tama will influence the finished braid length.
  • These beautiful kumihimo silk ombre blends are a special order and my stock is limited. Take advantage while supply lasts. Color: The color goes from dark purple - lavender - cream - light green - dark green with five repeats. Contains 2 ropes with 4 bundles each, approximately 24 threads per bundle. (Small pack is 1/3 of 24 tama factory pack) These pre-cut silks are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan. When braiding with an ombre blend it is necessary to start at one end and work the entire length as the blend does not work when the fiber is folded in half. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches.
    Note: The first photo shows a pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths. The second photo shows a single rope stretched out.
  • These beautiful kumihimo silk sparkle blends are a special order and my stock is limited. Take advantage while supply lasts. Color: The repeats are fairly long but the fiber can be folded in half and worked from the center since the repeats line up as shown in the photo. Package contains 2 ropes with 4 bundles each, with approximately 24 threads per bundle. These pre-cut silks are the standard length used for making obijime in Japan. Braid length with full 2.8 meters: Approximately 70 to 76 inches.
    Note: The first photo shows a full pack of 6 ropes, 2.8 meter lengths. The second photo shows a single rope stretched out.