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Czech Glass 2.5x5mm SuperDuo Beads, Amethyst AB, 10 grams
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Czech Glass 2.5x5mm SuperDuo Beads, Amethyst AB, 10 grams
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Sold As: 10 gram package
Country of Origin: Czech Republic
Size: 02.5mm x 5mm
Material: Glass
Shape: SuperDuo
Hole Size: 0.8mm
Bin: H1-133
Czech Glass 2.5x5mm SuperDuos, Chalk, 10 grams
  • Material: Czech Glass
  • Dimensions: 2.5mm wide by 5mm long
  • Hole size: 0.8mm
  • Number of beads per 10 gram pack: Approx. 140
  • Number of beads per inch: About 9
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Rating 2.5 x 5mm Amethyst AB SuperDuos
 
I have the perfect project and complimentary 11/0 seed beads for this superduo
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Louisiana. - 11/27/2014
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I am late on the scene using duos. I am making a complex double needle project currently. I have been a bit frustrated when I try to go through the "second" hole to find the hole is not there or too small for my needle to go through. This forces me to undo the piece to replace that bead. My cull pile is growing. I now check both holes before stringing. Not Aunties fault. Buy more to account for bad beads
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Reviewed by:  from montana. - 4/25/2014
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