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Metallic Golden Pipe / Bugle Glass Beads

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Colour – Gold
Shape – Pipe Beads / Nalki / Bugle Beads

Bugle beads are commonly known as Nalki or Pipes in India. They are used in making jewellery and are also embroidered on high street garments – from stringing and bead embroidery, to weaving and more. Pipe beads are used to create intricate embroidery designs and jewellery strands. They are made by cutting glass tubes in imported machines in long cylindrical shapes. The sizes available in pipe seed beads are 4.5 millimetres, 6.0 millimetres, 9.0 millimetres, 25 millimetres sizes. The standard packaging of seed beads is in packets of 450 grams each. We also offer them in wholesale prices with packets of 100 grams each for sampling.

Size No. of Beads – 100 grams No. of Beads – 450 grams
4.5 mm 3,200 Beads 15,000 Beads
6.0 mm 2200 Beads 10,000 Beads
9.0 mm 1200 Beads 6,000 Beads
25 mm 650 Beads 3,000 Beads

Standard Beads will have a small difference / inconsistency in the size and shape of each bead. These kind of beads are recommended for raw designs and regular embroidery work. Superior Beads have far more consistency in the size and shape of beads. These are recommended for high-quality fashion apparel and high-end fashion jewelry.

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Shape – Pipe Beads / Nalki / Bugle Beads

Bugle beads are commonly known as Nalki or Pipes in India. They are used in making jewellery and are also embroidered on high street garments – from stringing and bead embroidery, to weaving and more. Pipe beads are used to create intricate embroidery designs and jewellery strands. They are made by cutting glass tubes in imported machines in long cylindrical shapes. The sizes available in pipe seed beads are 4.5 millimetres, 6.0 millimetres, 9.0 millimetres, 25 millimetres sizes. The standard packaging of seed beads is in packets of 450 grams each. We also offer them in wholesale prices with packets of 100 grams each for sampling.

Seed beads are mainly made of glass and are the most widely used beading material. Bugle beads are twisted in shape commonly known as Nalki or Pipes in India. They are used in making jewellery and are also embroidered on high street garments – from stringing and bead embroidery, to weaving and more. Pipe beads are used to create intricate embroidery designs and jewellery strands. They are made by cutting glass tubes in imported machines in long cylindrical shapes.

How to Pipe Beads

How to Pipe Beads

Ingredients

  • Buttercream Frosting
Tools
  • Round Cake Decorating Tip 5

Instructions

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Hold bag at a 45? angle with the tip slightly above surface. Squeeze as you lift tip slightly so that the icing fans out.

Relax pressure as you draw the tip down and bring the bead to a point; stop squeezing and pull away.

For elongated beads: As you squeeze out the icing, slowly relax pressure to draw out a longer point.

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