TierraCast Cord Ends and End Caps include two basic styles in a variety of patterns and sizes:
Bullet ends (with a hole through the end). To use bullet ends, knot or wire-wrap multiple strands together and then pull a single strand or wire through the hole, make a loop, and attach clasp or ear wire.
End Caps (with a loop on the end). Add a dab of glue to end of your cord or kumihimo woven strand, and tuck it into the end cap.
Some styles can be crimped instead of -- or in addition to -- gluing.
Not sure exactly what size you need? With natural materials such as leather or cotton, we recommend choosing a cord end a bit larger than the cording. This helps allow for variances in handmade or natural materials.