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Turquoise Crystal Cuff Kit

Turquoise Crystal Cuff Kit


Everything you need to make this gorgeous Turquoise Crystal Cuff Bracelet. The bracelet is comprised of rhodium plated beads, Delicas and crystals over a brass cuff that will fit any wrist! It’s beautiful, comfortable and a great project to get started weaving beads or combining beads and crystals.

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  • Description

    Product Description

    Kit Includes
    -4 grams rhodium plated size 11/0 Delica beads
    -2 grams 11/0 seed beads
    -24 4 mm fire polish crystals
    -1/2 inch brass cuff
    -12 yards of hand painted silk
    -Bobbin of C-Lon beading thread
    -Tulip beading needle
    -Sewing needle
    -Ultra suede
    -One tube of E-600 glue

    Get the instructions for this kit in a free ebook that you’ll be able to download after you purchase the kit.

    What  do I need with this kit? Any size Mirrix Loom and an 18 dent warp coil. This coil does not come with the 5″ Mini Mirrix, the 8″ Lani Loom without the shedding device or 12″ Little Guy Loom without the shedding device.

    Level: Beginner and up

    This kit comes with enough supplies to make one bracelet.

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  • About Mirrix Products

    Made in America

    Mirrix Looms and accessories are all made in the United States. Our kits are assembled in the United States from the highest quality materials from across the world.

    Made with Care

    Our manufacturing facility in Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin is located at Sunshine House, an amazing place that provides services and supported employment to Door County, Wisconsin residents with special needs and/or disabilities. When you buy from Mirrix Looms, you're supporting a small, American, female-run business and the wonderful workers at Sunshine House.