Super-thin Cord is used for couching thicker threads, and for making fine details in a design (like stitched eyelashes). Other ideas: Use it to backstitch in cross stitch, overstitch in needlepoint, combine with any yarn in your crochet and knitting projects, and use it in the needle for machine embroidery. It's also an elegant metal fiber for card and scrapbook projects.
Cord has a rich metallic color that brings definition to designs. This single-strand thread is ideal for outlining on fabric. When backstitched around a motif, for example, the thin, clean line 'lifts' the element off the fabric and thus creates a sense of dimension. It is also excellent for blackwork-style stitchery, 'lacy' effects, and openwork on fabric. You can also use a single strand of Cord to overstitch areas on fabric or canvas, bringing exacting definition or light-play to designs. The thin and strong qualities of Cord also make it ideal for couching thicker Kreinik Braids and Ribbons.