Monday, November 8, 2010

Mi * Yu * Chi

With millions of seed beads around the world, we are proud to say our collection is growing. As the Czech's have the largest, most extensive range, sizes and finishes, the japanese have entered the mass seed production market in the last decade and have brought to the world the most uniform seed beads yet.  This is especially important to off-loom beaders who use peyote, brick or ladder stitching techniques as uniformity in cut allows for beads to stack up balanced and finishes come out feeling and looking like fabric on the skin.

With that note said, on our shelves you will find a new range of metallic Delica beads, Duracoat beads, and a wonderful assortment of different shapes, sizes and colors of Japanese and Czech seed beads in our new Bead Soup. 

The Rolls Royce of seed beads, Miyuki, have again graced our shop.  Both Lubna and I are happy to share the best with all you creative souls.

[NOTE:  I must confess I am having great difficulty in holding back from picking up this one Bead Soup tube!  But i do promise to keep fingers off until end of week].

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