11/0 Miyuki Delica
Miyuki Delica Sample Cards: (PDF Format)
Miyuki Delica's are cylinder shaped seed beads created by Miyuki of Japan in 1982. Originally created to replace antique French metal 3-cut steel beads, they have become the most popular bead in the world, and are preferred by most bead artists for peyote, brick stitch, weaving, and looming projects. Their cylindrical shape gives each finished piece a unique & clean surface along with an amazing amount of detail in a very small space.
- With more than a thousand colors to choose from, and new Delica colors being created every year, artists around the world prefer Miyuki Delica's over the typical Japanese or Czech seed beads for projects which require a lot of detail. Artists have even used Miyuki Delica's to create portraits and sculptures using each bead as a single pixel creating amazing works of art. (Click Here To Convert Any ".jpg" Image Into A Miyuki Delica Bead Pattern).
Miyuki Delica's are available in four sizes, including 8/0, 10/0, 11/0 and 15/0, however the most commonly used size is 11/0 for it's extensive color selection. Typically Miyuki Delica's are sold in 7 gram tubes, however here at Northland Visions we have gone the extra mile to provide our customers with a durable and reusable premium storage solution at no extra cost.
BONUS: We are now offering up to 15% off on all of your Miyuki Delica needs. If you purchase 10-24 colors you will receive a 10% discount. If you purchase 25 or more, you will receive a 15% discount, which will be applied automatically once you have added 10 or more colors to your cart. If you purchase $75.00 or more (Beads & Craft Supplies Only), we will include Same Day FREE 1-3 Day shipping at no additional cost to you. This offer can not be combined with any other offers. #hellafastshipping
ADDITIONAL BONUS: Purchase $200.00 (Miyuki Delica’s Only) and we will send you a FREE 2pc Northland Bead Tray (A $19.00 Value With Free Shipping). That’s equivalent to an additional 10% off your bead purchase.
Last Updated on: 4/12/22