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Beadalon Dandyline .28mm Stringing Thread-82ft/MANY COLORS

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Item # prd52412
$5.99
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  • Manufacturer: Beadalon
  • Quantity: 82 feet per spool
  • Size: .28mm
  • Color: Black
  • Composition: Plastic

Dandyline's unique braided construction provides maximum strength and flexibility for most bead stringing and weaving projects. Dandyline is practically as strong as wire and as soft as silk. Dandyline is water resistant. It will not deteriorate in water like silk thread and will not stretch out like other stringing cords. Dandyline can be knotted and used with beading needles.

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  • Manufacturer: Beadalon
  • Quantity: 82 feet per spool
  • Size: .28mm
  • Color: Black
  • Composition: Plastic

Dandyline's unique braided construction provides maximum strength and flexibility for most bead stringing and weaving projects. Dandyline is practically as strong as wire and as soft as silk. Dandyline is water resistant. It will not deteriorate in water like silk thread and will not stretch out like other stringing cords. Dandyline can be knotted and used with beading needles.

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Beadalon Dandyline .28mm Stringing Thread-82ft/MANY COLORS is rated 2.25 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This stuff is strong...but takes getting used to. I have been using Dandyline for some time and I find that it is very durable (that is why it is difficult to cut with scissors...use a Thread Zapper). It is also slick and it can be hard to maintain a proper tension. Use beeswax or other conditioner to avoid this problem. Otherwise, I would recommend this thread to those who need a strong beading thread.
Date published: 2013-12-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Don't Buy This Thread!!! store had in stock. I had heard about DandyLine, but never tried it until now. First off it was really hard to cut a clean end. Granted that it could have been my scissors, but these scissors are the ones I use to fine trim my finished jewelry. Once I got a decent cut to the thread, I flattened it the way I always do, and tried to thread the needle. After the numerous times that I tried, it just became more frayed. Finally I got it threaded, but then when I started my bracelet, it was the worst thread that I ever used as far as tangling, and it also broke after passing through the bead a few times. I treated the thread with Thread Heaven about 4 times, but it still tangles terribly. I will be using my Fireline from now on....
Date published: 2013-09-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beading Thread Ok stuff just that you run out of it so quickly.
Date published: 2010-01-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Tangles Terribly! Even with thread conditioner, (I use Thread Heaven) this thread will tangle terribly. Don't waste your money. Go somewhere else and get Nymo or Fireline or whatever REAL beading thread you want to use. This stuff is garbage. I hate to sound so vehement about it, but there it is.
Date published: 2009-03-11