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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Pros : Great that you can divide it to have different sixed holes in your pendants. I started out using 1/4 fibre 'paper' and honestly this is so much better.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Everyone should have some in their studio, the options are endless.
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Pros : You put this in between glass to get the channel for a pendant. Can't wait to try it out
Cons : Didn't need so much but this should last a couple of years.
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  •   Great fiber rope
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Pros : you can untwist the rope to make what ever size hole or indention in the glass you want
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