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Old 2020-05-02, 9:49am
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What is a good resource for waxed linen for necklaces that's not too waxy?
I ordered some form Rings and Things and it was so sticky I threw it in the garbage can. Thanks!!!!
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Old 2020-05-02, 1:28pm
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Ooh, I bought some after I took Stephanie’s class a couple of years ago but can’t remember where I got it. I may have gotten it off eBay. After a quick search there are lots of vendors that have it on Etsy. Good luck!
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Old 2020-05-02, 2:47pm
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Just curious, because I don't know what you do with it, but could you not put it between paper and iron some of the wax out of it?
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Old 2020-05-02, 6:37pm
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Eileen, I probably could have done that, but it was inexpensive and I had a huge spool of it. It would have taken longer to do and I would have gotten it all tangled up.
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Old 2020-05-02, 6:41pm
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I've seen it on Etsy, but I was hoping for a recommendation from someone who had experience with a particular brand/supplier. I use it for Larger size Blown beads. I make a knotted slider for the back. The cord I have now I got from Rio Grande. It's nice, but a little slippery.
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Old 2020-05-02, 8:59pm
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I am laughing at myself. Somehow, I read for Ties, like men's ties, in my mind.
I thought maybe there was fabric that had was in it used in the ties for some reason! Good Grief!
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Old 2020-05-04, 7:17pm
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Nice selection and quality.

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Old 2020-05-06, 5:16pm
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pjBeads, Thank you! I had never heard of this suppler. I will order a spool and see how waxy it is They have lovely colors.
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