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Fuse beads

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Fuse your beads together with these wonderful exameples and patterns. You can find the in toy shops, some are also known as perler beads or hama iron pearls.

More than 100 examples

strijk78 strijk158 str55

Animals

Cartoon

Indian

str12 strijk023 strijk030

Transport

Puzzle

Other

str179 str175 str211

Circular

Square

Hexa

More than 50 patterns

hond bbmicky auto

Animals

Cartoon

Transport

kerstboompje   sintnicolaas

Christmas

 

Sint

lijstje   bb1ab

Frames

 

Others

 Fuse beads are plastic beads of several different colors made to "fuse" together when ironed. Crafters place these beads onto peg boards made of several sizes and shapes, where they can permanently set a project by ironing the beads once the design or pattern is finished. It's important to know exactly how to iron the beads because, if done incorrectly, they can end up with inconsistent fusing in some spots due to over-melting or warping.

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Ironing instructions

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Instructions for ironing the beads together:

1. Cut a piece of ironing paper large enough to cover your fuse bead pattern entirely. Wax paper also works well, but ironing paper is preferred because it's reusable and easier to work with.

2. Set your iron on medium heat. If you want a higher heat setting, slowly increase the heat during the ironing process, in order to avoid excess melting that will ruin your project.

3. Place the finished fuse bead project on a flat surface suitable for ironing.

4. Cover your fuse bead project with the ironing or wax paper.

5. Iron your project by moving the iron in a circular motion. Don't press too hard; let the iron's heat do the job. Remember, you can turn up the heat if you have a larger project or if the beads are not fusing.

6. Check under the ironing paper for uniform fusing every 30 seconds.

7. Remove the fused bead design from the peg board after the beads have cooled for at least 15 seconds. Removing the project any sooner, before it has cooled sufficiently, will likely cause it to warp.

8. Turn over your fuse bead project and lay it flat on your ironing surface.

9. Cover the beads with the ironing or wax paper and repeat the ironing process to complete the project.

There are creative ideas for every season and occasion.

Have fun!

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