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Rubber cord colors


#1

Hi All,

While on the subject of rubber cord, does anyone know a source for a
better color selection?

I have purchased the basic black, silver, mocha from Rio and
Metalliferous, but I have been looking for some nice Autumnal colors
like olive green or deep burgundy and have not been able to find
any. Anyone know of a source I’ve overlooked?

Thanks,
Grace Stokes


#2

I recently purchased from Shades of Clay. Nice colours.

Barbara - at the end of a day on the Island, watching a plane cross
in front of the moon.


#3

You might try Artbeads online.

Reba


#4
While on the subject of rubber cord, does anyone know a source for
a better color selection? 

I apologize - I should have asked my question in more detail. I know
there are a number of colors at Fire Mountain, etc. but they are all
bright greens and pinks and purples. I am actually looking for
colors that are more muted - that fight less with the jewelry -
colors that people find a little more neutral without being black,
brown or grey. So far I have not been able to find a source.

G. Stokes


#5

Grace Stokes asked about “a better color selection”, specifically
"Autumnal colors like olive green or deep burgundy".

Artbeads http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/1f7has a range of colors
(more so in the 2mm size than the 4mm) including a range of reds that
might suit you – but I don’t see anything like olive green. I’ve
purchased about 5 of their colors and been happy with them.

firemountaingems.com and pasternakfindings.com have a range of
colors in a range of sizes, but none of the colors look Autumnal to
me.

Various sellers have a range of rubber cord colors and sizes on
etsy.com, artfire.com, and ecrater.com. Search in materials for
rubber cord.

Daniel Kamman


#6

Shades of Clay has rubber cord and something else they call a glass
cord don’t know what it is but it has nice colours.


#7

Hi Grace, You can try Rio Grande in NM or Stuller Inc. in Louisiana…
Ciao, Jo-Ann Maggiora Donivan