Shapes Millefiori Assortment, 2 Oz - 104 COE

$8.95 USD
Item# 45125
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Product Features

  • Versitile millefiori can be used if fusing, flameworking, enamelling and more
  • An assortment of fun shapes add interest and dimmension to your project
  • Includes both opaque and transparent millefiori pieces - A great value!
  • 2 oz package; millefioiri measure approximately 3 - 10 mm - 104 COE

Product Description

Add a blast of fun to your next project with millefiori in assorted designs. For use in fusing, flameworking, enamelling and even micro-mosaics, these versitile embellishments add dimmension and interest to any project. Assortment contains both transparent and opalescent glass. Measure approximately 3 - 10 mm. 104 COE. 2 oz package.

First bead image below from "You Can Make Glass Beads," book #6233. Second image of beads by Yoshiko Shiiba from "1000 Glass Beads," book #5988. Delphi Tip: Heat millefiori with a marver, as shown in image below. Fused tray created by Jaime Dobson using Effetre Sheet #521004, millefiori and mold #4213. Please note there are compatibility issues with yellow millefiori.

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  •   Great for a kaleidoscope
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Pros : Tiny pieces with terrific detail
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I fire polished these pieces for a kaleidoscope. They worked perfectly.
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  •   Great Assortment
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Pros : Nice combination of designs
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : These allow me to quickly create small post earrings and add bits of interest to other pieces.
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  •   Add Interest to Beads
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Pros : I make hundreds of beads for Beads of Courage. The millefiori allows me to add color and interest to basic beads in no time at all. There are multiple pieces of each design so I can use the same design all over a bead or mix it up for a wild look. They are thick and easy to grasp with a tweezers or pliers.
Cons : I look forward to having seasonal designs in 104 COE.
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