Piping cord

In our sector, piping cord is also known as welting cord. Here, a cord is stitched into the fabric. The available cord thicknesses are 2, 4 or 6 mm. These piping cords are eventually used in the finish of pillows, clothing, mattresses or bed linen, for example. We also do a lot of contract work, where we process the fabric(s) provided to us by the customer into piping cord.

Step 1

Choose or provide a material

Step 2

Choose a cord thickness

Step 3

Choose the width and finish

Step 4

Finished piping

Piping cord

This is a three step process, shown below.
Here you can scroll through the different steps, to get an idea of how this works.

Step 1: choose a fabric or material

We have lots of materials in stock. Have a look on our materials page to find out more.
We can also fold materials that you provide.
If you have any questions or special requests, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Step 2: choose a cord thickness

You decide which cord thickness you want to use. Bear in mind that not every thickness will fit on every size of fabric.
You can find the different possibilities below.

1 mm (only possible with 20/10)
2 mm (only possible with 20/10 and 30/15)
4 mm (only possible with 30/15 and 40/20)
6 mm (only possible with 50/25 and 60/30)

Step 3: choose the width after folding

10 mm (20/10)
15 mm (30/15)
20 mm (40/20)
25 mm (50/25)
30 mm (60/30)

Haven’t found what you’re looking for?
Don’t hesitate to contact us.