Texsolv Loop Cord is made of two parallel nylon ropes that are locked together at regular intervals forming a continuous series of regular loops. This polyester cord is extremely durable and knotless and can be quickly and securely fastened together in a number of different ways. Great for Loom tie-ups!
Note: because Texsolv loom cord is a series of loops, all tied together, it is easy to make a lark’s head knot anywhere you want one by pushing a pinch or fold of the cord back into one of the loops. This can be secured either by putting a rod through it, as in the case of the apron rod, or by securing it with one of the Texsolv pegs.
The Texsolv web site has illustrations of a number of ways to use the cord to fasten nearly everything. Scroll past the heddles to get to the cord and its potentials.