11/0 Japanese Delica cylinder beads 15 Satin colors:
SKU’s Included: 12279, 12868, 13801, 13809, 13804, 13806, 13807, 13803, 12870, 12869, 12871, 13802, 13810, 13814, 13815.
NOTE: Please use these SKU’s to order additional quantities of the colors listed above. If this item is (out of stock), use the SKU’s above to create your own starter set. Simply type in each SKU into the search box and add each color to your cart. (Walla, You Have Your Starter Set).
BONUS: We are now offering up to 15% off on all of your 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 & Beading Supplies), we will include same day FREE Priority Mail 1-3 day shipping at no additional cost to you. #hellafastshipping
ADDITIONAL BONUS: Purchase $200.00 (Delica’s Only) and we will send you a FREE 2pc Northland Bead Tray (A $19.00 Value With Free Shipping). That’s an additional 10% off your bead purchase.
11/0 Delica’s by Miyuki:
Manufactured in Japan, and world-renowned for their quality, Miyuki Delica’s are the industry leader in cylinder beads due to their meticulous craftmanship. 11/0 are among the most popular of the four sizes (15/0, 11/0, 10/0 and 8/0) which are available in more than a thousand colors and finishes.
Miyuki Delica’s are precision cut glass with a rounded surface and two flat ends. The diameter of the hole, .8mm is large in proportion to the size of the bead, which enables you to pass through the bead with a needle and thread multiple times.
Brick stitch and peyote patterns come out clean as the rows and columns of Miyuki Delica’s line up uniformly to create a flat surface, and highlights your pattern designs in stunning detail.
NOTE: There may be a very slight variation in the length of the beads, usually 3-4. For the best overall quality of your design, take your time to sort the beads by length and be meticulous by using the same size bead in each row of your design. This practice separates the beginners from the advanced beaders and reflects in the quality of your work.
JP = Japanese, Alab = Alabaster, Op = Opaque, Tr = Transparent, CL = Color Lined, SF = Semi Frosted, SL = Silver-Lined, AB = Arora Borealis/Rainbow, Met = Metallic, Mt = Matte, Cey = Ceylon, Lus = Luster, Lt = Light, Dk = Dark, Cry = Crystal, Dura = Duracoat, Galv = Galvanized, Lumi = Luminous, Turq = Turquoise