These delicate, square cut seed beads are translucent in color with a fuchsia lined center. This transparent outer layer and color-filled center gives the beads a lighter feel and allows them to catch the light more beautifully. These beads will give any project an elegant touch. Their size is consistent which makes weaving with them a pleasure. With a large hole, you can pass your thread through the bead multiple times without breaking the bead. You can also count on their color being consistent time and time again. For bead weaving, looming or as spacer beads, Miyuki's seed beads are a must-have for every bead worker.
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Customer Reviews for 8g 1.8mm Inside Color Lined Clear/Fuchsia Square Cut Beads
Review 1 for 8g 1.8mm Inside Color Lined Clear/Fuchsia Square Cut Beads
About me: I design and sell online
My beading emphasis is: Jewelry Making
Great for Accent Color and Spacer
Date:April 1, 2012
Pros: Size, Price, Versatile, Ease of Use, Quality
Other beading styles or techniques: Stringing, wire, vintage
"These are great as spacer beads and/or to add accents of color to a stringing or wire wrapping design. I would say the color is actually a little lighter than pictured on my computer screen."
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Review 2 for 8g 1.8mm Inside Color Lined Clear/Fuchsia Square Cut Beads
Location: Overland Park, KS
About me: Other
Interesting St Petersburg Chain
Date:February 6, 2010
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St Petersburg bracelet
Pros: Price, Quality, Size, Ease of Use
Other beading styles or techniques: bead art, member Bead Society Greater KC
"I used these in a bracelet stitched in St Petersburg chain with 3mm cubes in the center. The color is a little too bright for my taste but combined well with 3mm cobalt blue cubes. I plan to use the left over beads with bicone crystals to make earrings in a variation of St Petersburg chain that results in a fan shape. Fun beads to play with. I only had to cull a few misshapen beads."