Great wire esp. for invisible necklaces which I've been waiting to make per Karla Kam videos!
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Used for a ring
I used this Supplemax for making one of Karla's rings from her videos, Youngee's ring I believe. It was easy to work with and the rings turned out beautiful. I get many compliments on them.
Did you find this helpful?1 of 1Found Helpful Reviewed by: Diana Napier from Wisconsin.
I made an illusion necklace with 5 strands using Miracle beads, silver Bali findings, and crystals. I finished it with the hummingbird clasp, which inspired me to add hummingbird findings to the matching earrings. One woman walked up to me and had to see it up close. She could not believe it was hand made! Karla really helped me out with her tips on using a tape to measure the spacing. With a little practice I was able to master the technique in no time.
Did you find this helpful?1 of 1Found Helpful Reviewed by: Diana E Askew from Conifer, Colorado.
Great for Bead Weaving
This is a strong, easy to use product. Since it is clear, it can be hard to see while you're working. Just coloring the ends with a black Sharpie really helps.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Valerie Jackson from Surprise, AZ.
Easy to work with...
I found this nylon stringing material easy to work with. Be advised that it is hard to see, especially under artificial lighting. Better in the day with sun, when you are working with crystals or shiny white stuff. But the advantage really shows when you have the finished product and you CANNOT SEE the cord! That is worth everything. Plus, the price is great!
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: S Evans from Nevada.
Perfect item...perfect price!!
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: DONNA'S ARTISAN DESIGNS from Yukon.
love, love, love, love,loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooove it.Great. Pity its out of stock.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Marsha from Ireland.
A: Supplemax is a monofilament cording. It is clear, so it is most often used for creating illusion necklaces. It is also used to create no needle right angle weave pieces.
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