Fuseworks Clear Pre-Cut Circles - 90 COE

$9.95 USD
Item# 425876
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Product Features

  • Perfect fit for one inch findings!
  • Save time on your next jewelry project


Product Description

The perfect way to cut corners without cutting corners!
Save time creating fused glass jewelry with convenient pre-cut 1" circles, ideal for pendants and other popular accessories. Sold in packs of 6. 90 COE.

Layer together, add Fuseworks Decals, dichroic pre-cuts, Wasser shapes, Dicro Slide, Fusible Photo Paper and more for custom fused art accessories in minutes. The options are limitless, and with the time you'll save cutting, you'll have time to try it all.

Family pendant below created with Fusing Photo Paper and Fuseworks Pre-Cuts, image courtesy of Diamond Tech. Artist Melanie Churchill used a pre-cut circle as the base of her millefiori pendant.

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Pros : These are great for quick easy pendants. The cost is lower than the others offered.
Cons : The glass is not a good quality and could reflect in your finished piece.
Other Thoughts : I have tried both the Fuseworks and the Uroboros Precut, and would prefer the Uroboros even though it is slighly more expensive.
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Pros : used with precut circles, you can reduce your firing to one time to get great jewelry pieces.
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Pros : Good for lazy people
Cons : Agree with the other folks, the edges are very rough and the glass has some texture, causing undesirable results on jewelry.
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