Fringe is an ornamental textile trim applied to an edge of an item. Fringe originates in the ends of the warp, projecting beyond the woven fabric. Weft threads are then placed in line and their ends are cut into a line. Individual threads can be furtherly twisted or plaited together - it depends on you taste. They are made of cotton, polyester and polyacrylic staple; trim on carpet is usually made of wool and decorative fringes are made of lurex. The use of fringes is wide. Surely you remember the curtains at grandmas when you used to play: braiding loose fringes into braids, making knots and then you were scolded that it´s not good to do things like that and who should undo it now. On the one hand, it is a beautiful interior decoration, making things special. On the other hand, it is great fun for children who could play with it for hours. In the second case, we wish you holy patience with giving the fringes to its original state which is not an easy thing.