Demi Round Seed Beads Review

Demi Round Seed Beads Review

Demi Round Seed Beads Review


Reviewed by Dana Byerwalter, Editor,

Add depth to your woven and strung projects with Demi Round Seed Beads. This new release from TOHO BEADS adds subtle variation to all of your beautiful seed bead projects.

TOHO is known for their precision when it comes to producing seed beads. While competitor beads may see slight variations in size and shape from bead to bead, TOHO beads are uniform for the perfect jewelry projects. Do not worry about a project turning wonky through using beads that may not be identical in size and shape. No one could be surprised by the popularity of TOHO BEADS when precision is their priority!

TOHO takes that precision with them in the manufacture of their latest product, Demi Round Seed Beads. These seed beads possess the same height and shape of their standard round seed beads, but with a narrower width. Hole size and diameter are the same across both the round and demi round sizes. Find a helpful diagram here that illustrates the difference.

These narrow seed beads allow for greater variation in beaded projects. By alternating round and demi round seed beads, you can create a compelling texture effortlessly. The depth created by alternating these two shapes adds interest to any project. Stitch down to the smallest details when using this narrower option. Alternating these beads with regular round beads really makes the round ones pop. Alternating colors achieves the same effect. This new product really opens up a new world of beading possibilities!

TOHO makes Demi Round Seed Beads in an 11/0 and 8/0 size. 11/0 round seed beads when strung with the peyote stitch lines up to be about an inch wide for 12 across; 11/0 Demi Round Seed Beads equate to a 5/8" width for 12 across. However, lined up with the holes facing up gives us the same 11/0 aught size.

Explore the possibilities offered by pairing regular round beads with the Demi Round Seed Beads. Effortless added depth and texture are yours for the making with these beautiful new beads from TOHO.

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