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Centerline Rectangle Pendant Link, 8x35mm - Gold Plated (4 Pieces)

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Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times, thermally bonded thread such as 0.006" Fireline or Wildfire is suggested (so you don't pierce your thread). Some beaders prefer the slight stretch of Size D Nymo or S-Lon, or Size E or F silk thread. Many people prefer the flexibility of big-eye needles, as it's easier to wiggle a slightly flexible needle through the beads. Other people prefer the strength of beading needles.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times, thermally bonded thread such as 0.006" Fireline or Wildfire is suggested (so you don't pierce your thread). Some beaders prefer the slight stretch of Size D Nymo or S-Lon, or Size E or F silk thread. Many people prefer the flexibility of big-eye needles, as it's easier to wiggle a slightly flexible needle through the beads. Other people prefer the strength of beading needles.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times, thermally bonded thread such as 0.006" Fireline or Wildfire is suggested (so you don't pierce your thread). Some beaders prefer the slight stretch of Size D Nymo or S-Lon, or Size E or F silk thread. Many people prefer the flexibility of big-eye needles, as it's easier to wiggle a slightly flexible needle through the beads. Other people prefer the strength of beading needles.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
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Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times, thermally bonded thread such as 0.006" Fireline or Wildfire is suggested (so you don't pierce your thread). Some beaders prefer the slight stretch of Size D Nymo or S-Lon, or Size E or F silk thread. Many people prefer the flexibility of big-eye needles, as it's easier to wiggle a slightly flexible needle through the beads. Other people prefer the strength of beading needles.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
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Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times, thermally bonded thread such as 0.006" Fireline or Wildfire is suggested (so you don't pierce your thread). Some beaders prefer the slight stretch of Size D Nymo or S-Lon, or Size E or F silk thread. Many people prefer the flexibility of big-eye needles, as it's easier to wiggle a slightly flexible needle through the beads. Other people prefer the strength of beading needles.

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Color:
Gold Plated
Size:
8x35mm
Country of Origin:
China

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