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Twisted Fiber Rope - 8 Ft

$17.95 USD
Item# 92801
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Product Features

  • Use to keep the opening in jewelry and other projects while firing
  • 3/8" diameter rope - untwist for a variety of sizes
  • Cuts easily with scissors
  • 8 foot piece


Product Description

Fusing Secret - Use Fiber Rope
Use twisted fiber rope to keep openings in jewelry, wind chimes, and other projects while firing. Overall rope diameter is 3/8". Untwist into 3 pieces each with a diameter of 1/4". Untwist those 3 pieces and each strand is 1/8" in diameter. So versatile - you get so many diameters out of one piece so you always have the right size for the project you're working on. Sold in 8 foot sections.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   very versatile
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Pros : In addition to using this to create channel bails in pendants, I've used it to create an abstract design in the back of bowls during the slumping process. For thinner lines, just untwist it.
Cons : None
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Works great
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Pros : plenty of rope for the price. and you can divide the strands, which makes a perfect pendent.
Cons : none
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Perfect !
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Pros : Perfect to work with in so many ways, unraveling for different thickness holes in glass works perfectly everytime and leave smooth edges
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