Fuseworks Dichroic Bits - 90 COE

$11.95 USD
Item# 427827
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Product Features

  • Ideal for jewelry making or adding dichroic accents to fused projects
  • Designed to be used with the microwave kiln
  • Sold in 1 oz package
  • 90 COE


Product Description

See Amazing Color And Gorgeous Effects With Fusible Dichroic!
Dichroic glass adds dimension, pattern and surface variety to your fused glass project. Craft-quality dichroic is good for beginners, offering an economical way to create designs with intensity and brilliance. Mix of patterns and colors in random sized pieces. 1 oz. 90 COE.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example, assortments will vary.

Layer glass on kiln paper inside kiln and fuse. Beginners can fuse glass in minutes with the Fuseworks Microwave Kiln.

Delphi Tip - When using black solid or pattern dichroic, place a piece of clear glass slightly larger than the base glass on top to protect the pattern/color.

Pendant and earring project images courtesy of Fuseworks. Ring created by artist Melanie Churchill. Click on User Manual to see a quick and easy project using Fuseworks Dichroic Bits.

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Pros : Small package of assorted sizes and colors. It's like a grab bag of color.
Cons : The downside to a "grab bag of color" is that no two orders are alike. So if you want to make a "set" of something, just order a full sheet.
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