Fuseworks Cool Colors Squares 18 Piece Assortment - 90 COE

$6.95 USD
Item# 428901
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Product Features

  • Get a color-coordinated assortment of glass
  • Convenient 1" squares are perfect for jewelry projects
  • Includes 3 transparent colors: blue, green and purple
  • Tested compatible - 90 COE


Product Description

Get a beautiful array of cool colors with this convenient pack. Each package includes 18 pieces of transparent glass in blue, green and purple in 1" x 1" squares. Ideal for jewelry and small fused designs, these colors can be used alone or layered with other glass to create custom hues, tones and saturations. Tested compatible, 90 COE.

Package includes handy tips and chart for fusing in the Fuseworks Microwave Kiln.

Images courtesy of Diamond Tech.

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Pros : Saved time and added so much to fused glass. Finished piece much faster.
Cons : Need more! Can become a habit not cutting glass myself.
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