Fuseworks Dichroic Pre-Cut Circles - 90 COE

$14.95 USD
Item# 425881
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Product Features

  • Fit perfectly in one inch findings
  • Save time on your next jewelry project
  • 90 COE

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. Each Fusible Shape has a different color. Sold in packs of 4. 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.

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Pros : fits the Aanraku knobs, no grinding or chipping to get a perfect circle
Cons : the same colors in all packs
Other Thoughts : I've bought at least 36 of these over the years & they're ALL the same colors: 3 rough texture: 1 green, 1 turquoise, 1 puce and then one smooth (tiny bumps in it) that is teal. They're all pretty and fire well when capped but those are the only colors you're going to get.
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  •   Instant pendants
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Pros : These are great for making instant pendants. Just add a clear piece on top and fire.
Cons : Wish there was more selection of glass from pack to pack.
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  •   Pretty cool
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Pros : My mom used one of these in tack fusing and ended up with a gorgeous, no-fuss pendant that was quickly snatched up by a customer.
Cons : The circle developed a cracked, overcooked look in the kiln (maybe because the circles are for "microwave" use?)
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