11/0 – Miyuki Delica – Silver Lined Caribbean Teal – DB1208

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11/0 Miyuki Delica Beads

Our Miyuki Delica beads are sold in tubes of 7.2g approx 1300 beads

Miyuki Delica Beads Size 11 are precision made, cylinder shaped beads, hence they are more expensive than regular seed beads. They are perfect for bead weaving due to the precise shape of the seed bead, allowing them to fit together perfectly.

Each bead measures 1.6mm and has the hole size of 0.8mm.

Miyuki Delica Beads Size 11 work extremely well when doing a peyote stitch or when using a bead loom. These delica beads work well for any flat bead work.

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11/0 – Miyuki Delica – Silver Lined Caribbean Teal – DB1208

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