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8/0 S/L Ruby Miyuki Seed Beads

Part Number:M-8-11
8/0 S/L Ruby Miyuki Seed Beads
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10 g

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03mm x 02mm






Silver Lined

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8/0 Silver Lined Ruby Miyuki Seed Beads This ruby sead bead is quite popular, lined with silver that glows right through from the center of the bead.
  • Approx. beads per package: 390
  • Approx. beads per inch: 13

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Miyuki Size 8 Lined Ruby seed beads
Beautiful, sparkly, color; uniform in size.
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Reviewed by:  from San Diego. on 3/1/2013
4 Stars
The color of the beads is gorgeous. I assume that the price is more than that of the other colors because it is a popular color. Thet's not fair.
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Reviewed by:  from Florida. on 11/11/2014
5 Stars
Great beads
This are great Miyuki quality. Perfect color for Christmas ornaments or anywhere you want a shiny red.
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Reviewed by:  from Jenks, OK. on 11/20/2010

Questions and Answers

Q: I'm new to beading -- what does the designation 8/0 mean? I've noticed it on several listings. Thanks!
Asked by: Heather - 12/7/2013
A: The "0" is aught which is the term describing the size. See below for a better explanation:

Seed Beads in general, typically including Hex Cut seed beads, are sized somewhat counter-intuitively. They are numbered from 7 through 20, with 7 signifying the largest seed bead available and 20 signifying the very smallest. If you see the term "aught" or "aught-size", this is what is being referenced.

One easy way to remember that a smaller number equals a larger size in the seed bead world, is to think of it like you think of wire gauges. When working with wire, a smaller gauge signifies that your wire will have more thickness and a larger gauge signifies that your wire will have less thickness. This is similar to seed beads in that smaller numbers equal larger size.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (12/10/2013)
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