null

Seed Beads

Glass seed beads include tiny size 15/0 microbeads, medium 11/0, large 8/0 seed beads, and fun size 6/0 and 5/0 'E' (or seed) beads, which make great accent and spacer beads!

Size 15/0, 11/0, 8/0, 6/0 and 5/0 glass beads make great accent and spacer beads for a wide variety of earrings and strung jewelry! Use seed and E beads to add inexpensive pops of colors to your metal, gemstone or artisan-crafted focals, or to create complex woven designs, on or off-loom. Our options include:

  • Tiny size 15/0 in two styles:
    • Miyuki seed beads. These microbeads have a rounded shape, and are approximately 1.5mm.
    • TOHO seed beads. These microbeads have a rounded shape, larger holes, and are approximately 1.5mm.
  • Medium 11/0 in two styles:
    • Miyuki Delicas, approximately 1.6mm cylinders with relatively large holes. These are especially popular for bead weaving complex designs.
    • Rounded TOHO seed beads, approximately 2.1mm -- available in hundreds of stunning colors from basic to exotic. The consistent size and stunning colors make these size 11 Toho beads popular for both bead weaving and strung designs.
  • Large 8/0 TOHO seed beads (approximately 3mm)
  • Fun size 6/0 and 5/0 'E' (or seed) beads from Japan and the Czech Republic can vary from about 3.5mm to 5mm - click into any item for more size information.
  • Economical Assortments in a variety of sizes -- Choose "Multi / Mix" in the the "Color" filter to quickly access the assortments.

Use the "Size" or "Brand" filters to quickly find your favorite styles of seed and E beads.


Filters
  • Product
  • Qty in Cart
  • Quantity
  • Price
  • Subtotal
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 6, Opaque-Frosted Jet (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 6, Gold-Lined Rainbow Black Diamond (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Silver-Lined Milky White (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 6, Gold-Lined Lt Montana Blue (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 6, Inside-Color Rainbow Rosaline/Opaque Purple-Lined (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 6, Transparent-Rainbow Frosted Teal (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Opaque Jet (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, PermaFinish - Galvanized Starlight (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $2.99
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $2.99
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Gold-Lustered African Sunset (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $2.99
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $2.99
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 15, 1.5mm, Frosted Bronze (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $7.19
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $7.19
    Subtotal:
  • Stand out in designs with unique shapes and beautiful color using these Matubo SuperDuo beads. Create intricate jewelry designs with Czech glass seed beads! Featuring a unique shape and two stringing holes, these seed beads add a special touch of creativity to your designs. They have tapered edges and nest up nicely when strung, making them ideal for floral and woven designs. Add a special touch to your jewelry with Czech glass seed beads! They feature teal green color with a soft pearlescent sheen.  Stand out in designs with unique shapes and beautiful color using these Matubo SuperDuo beads. Create intricate jewelry designs with Czech glass seed beads! Featuring a unique shape and two stringing holes, these seed beads add a special touch of creativity to your designs. They have tapered edges and nest up nicely when strung, making them ideal for floral and woven designs. Add a special touch to your jewelry with Czech glass seed beads! They feature teal green color with a soft pearlescent sheen.

    Matubo SuperDuo 2 x 5mm Teal Pearl Coat 2-Hole Seed Bead 2.5-Inch Tube

    E-6000
    $3.07
    Stand out in designs with unique shapes and beautiful color using these Matubo SuperDuo beads. Create intricate jewelry designs with Czech glass seed beads! Featuring a unique shape and two stringing holes, these seed beads add a special touch of...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $3.07
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Marbled Opaque Beige/Pink (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $3.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $3.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Inside-Color Rainbow Rosaline/Opaque Purple-Lined (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Opaque-Frosted Turquoise (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead FactsWhat are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 8 would be 00000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 80.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead FactsWhat are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 8 would be 00000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 80.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Higher-Metallic June Bug (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $2.19
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $2.19
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Opaque Jet (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal

    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Opaque Lt Beige (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Gold-Lined Rainbow Black Diamond (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Opaque Lt Beige (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Opaque-Frosted Pine Green (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Semi Glazed - Navy Blue (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal

    $2.19
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $2.19
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Silver-Lined Frosted Crystal (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Opaque White (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Glow In The Dark - Silver-Lined Crystal/Glow Green (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $3.19
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $3.19
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Silver-Lined Crystal (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Transparent-Rainbow Frosted Black Diamond (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 8, 3mm, Transparent-Rainbow Frosted Teal (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Antique Bronze (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $4.19
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $4.19
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Nickel (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $5.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $5.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Opaque-Rainbow Lt Beige (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Semi Glazed - Navy Blue (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $2.19
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $2.19
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Silver-Lined Frosted Gray (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Transparent-Frosted Lime Green (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 6, Inside-Color Rainbow Lt Topaz/Sea Foam-Lined (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 6, PermaFinish - Translucent Silver-Lined Pomegranate (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $2.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $2.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Inside-Color Rainbow Jonquil/Forest Green-Lined (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Marbled Opaque Turquoise/Amethyst (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $3.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $3.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Matte-Color Opaque Gray (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $2.19
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $2.19
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Opaque Turquoise (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Opaque-Frosted Jet (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Permafinish - Matte Galvanized Aqua Sky (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $3.49
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $3.49
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Semi Glazed Rainbow - Honeydew (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $2.19
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $2.19
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Silver-Lined Hyacinth (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal:
  • The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined  beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach, excessive friction and direct sunlight to keep them looking like new. Seed Bead Facts What are seed beads? Popular, tiny glass beads commonly used for weaving and embellishment.How are they made? Glass is pulled or drawn using a hollow tube, and then   the glass is cut in small pieces. They are sometimes reheated to round   the ends.What's that funny little zero? That zero refers to   the number of aughts, which is a unit used to indicate the size of   small beads. The scale is inverted, so larger numbers of aughts   correspond to smaller beads (i.e. the bigger the number, the smaller   the bead). Size 11 would be 00000000000, but since that takes up too much   room, it is abbreviated to 110.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Size 11, 2.1mm, Silver-Lined Lime Green (Tube)

    PRESTIGE Crystal
    $1.69
    The uniform size and shape of Toho seed beads make them an excellent choice for beadwork and consistently-sized spacers.Toho seed beads are usually colorfast; however, galvanized and silver-lined beads may fade over time. Protect them from bleach,...
    Qty in Cart: 0
    Quantity:
    Price:
    $1.69
    Subtotal: