Oceanside 7 Pack Frit Assortment - 96 COE

$61.95 USD
Item# X8313
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Product Features

  • 7 different colors
  • 2 grit sizes: fine and medium
  • Transparent and opalescent glass
  • 8.5 oz jars
  • 96 COE


Product Description

A staple for hot glass artists, you will find frit useful for many applications, including jewelry and casting projects. Frit is made from sheets of Oceanside art glass which is crushed, screened, before being re-tested to ensure you're receiving the very best compatible product.

Get started with a fusing essential with this sampler. Contains seven 8.5 oz. jars of transparent and opalescent frit in a combination of fine and medium grit. Colors will vary.

Fused flower plate by artist Melanie Churchill. Rose project by artist Ann Koss, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.  Smaller image shows the texture of the frit, larger image shows the color.

For a creative project idea, click on "View User Manual" to download the free project guide.

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  •   Good Variety
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Pros : Nice Spring style colors. Enough to really get the thought process going.
Cons : Would have prefered maybe one more fine and one less course grit.
Other Thoughts : maybe add a brown or a black to this collection for things like tree limbs
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  •   Great colors
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Pros : This is a good mixture of colors and textures. Some of the frit is fine, some is medium coarse. This allows for more definition in some images in the glass.
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Other Thoughts : Would be great to include some sample pieces to create to get started. Used the videos online which helped alot.
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