Sequins are a small, shiny disk sewn as one of many onto clothing for decoration, or
also known as spangles, paillettes, or diamantes.
Sequins can be used in embroidery (as described above) or used in combination with a Styrofoam ball, straight pins, glue and beads to create beautiful ornaments.
Cup sequins have facets to increases the reflective ability (sparkle).
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- Condition: Pre-Owned, Unused
- Color: Red Salmon
- Size: 4mm
- Shape: Round Cup
- Approximate Quantity: 1 Strand, about 9" long (rule of thumb: from 80 to 100 sequins per inch)
- Country of Origin: France (Paris)
- NOTE: Strand separation from a hank can result in a thread that is too short to tie off. In some cases the sequins will be loose in a package. Usually 10 Strands per Hank with only 1 Tag. A Tag is not included with each Strand.
In Stock: 10
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