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I guess it's the type III 550. It's the standard paracord you buy at the hardware store. It's plenty strong enough. The more important part is the corner on the shade. Make a knot and tie it such that the cord won't slip. I wouldn't recommend using eyelets or anything that cuts the fabric because over time, that could tear. A knot and a good binding will do the trick.
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