1/2 Lb DichroMagic Tie Dye Patterns Dichroic Scrap On Black - 96 COE

$47.95 USD
Item# X15337
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  • Create with exciting DichroMagic Tie Dye patterns from Austin Thin Films
  • 1/2 lb of black dichroic glass in assorted sizes, shapes and coatings
  • Ideal for creating jewelry and adding dichroic accents to fused projects
  • 96 COE

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Save Big with Dichroic Scrap Packs
1/2 Lb of DichroMagic dichroic glass pieces. Odds and ends give you plenty of colors and coatings to choose from, in just the right size for jewelry makers, to add as accents on larger projects or even the focal point as shown below. During firing, a crazing effect appears, creating a subtle crinkle appearance in the color coating, as shown in the close-up image. 96 COE.

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

Fused glass bowl project by artist Melanie Churchill was created with DichroMagic Pattern Scrap and mold #24652.

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  •   Good for those who like dichro but not too much
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Pros : Nice fusing colors, nice crinkling effect
Cons : Potential for minor scratches in dichro, some minor repeats in patterns
Other Thoughts : I am a dichro fan given I do a lot of jewelry and the tie dye glass is in my honest opinion one of the best for it. There are nice shades and patterns in the pieces and the colors don't change too dramatically if fused capped or uncapped. You also get them in rectangular sheets which also helps with cutting for items. The only drawbacks I see are that you can have some tiny scratches on the dichro when you receive it, but because of the crinkling effect the glass does, a lot of these would disappear or be enhanced in the process. You also do risk some repeat patterns, but the nice part is that they usually are cut differently so you don't get repeats of the same pattern, or same colors. One more point - keep an eye on the glass on some of the patterns, such as spiral. There is a risk of there being a trapped bubble in the glass, but if you use care you can make it disappear or enhance a piece. I recommend doing a slightly longer start which tends to reduce this risk.
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