.5mm Bullseye Stringer Assortment - 90 COE

$34.95 USD
Item# B841857
Availability: Expected to be available December 04, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

  • Contains up to 350 pieces - enough for countless projects!
  • Create fine lines easily - simply add stringer!
  • Contains an assortment of transparent and opaque stringers
  • 90 COE

Product Description

Add Color and Sparkle to Glass with Stringers
These spaghetti-like pulls of glass are beautifully straight, yet thin enough to be bent into any shape with the heat of a candle flame. Great for detail work, outlines, and bead making. Stringers are threads of glass which have been pulled from remelted fusible Bullseye sheet glass. They are approximately 17- 1/2" long. Depending on diameter of stringers, each tube includes up to 350 stringers. All sold in 5 ounce tubes. 90 COE.
 

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Pros : The 0.5m was a great addition to the Bullseye 1mm and 2mm stringers' line up. 0.5 is subtle but create interesting nuances.
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