COE 90 Frit blends. I finally ordered all the frit I needed from Bullseye to make the frit blends I had in mind. I got to work testing them and working out just the the right mix. I am very please with the results.
I wanted to make sure there were no unpleasant reactions and that the colors worked well together.They have all passed the final tests and are ready for you to buy. The nice thing about using Bullseye frits on Bullseye glass is you can add as much or as little as you like and never worry about a compatibility issue.
I think the Texas spring is affecting the names.
|Real Mountain Laurel in my yard|
|Texas Mountain Laurel Frit|
The beads to the left of the jars are made with the blends.
The long floral beads have been rolled in the frit
a minimum of 3 times to give them an interesting background. Some of the frit blends are striking colors that show their true colors after they are heated.
|Rolling in Clover|
More Blends are: Royal a Deep blend of purples, Marble Halls this is a reactive blend that gives your beads a marble look and when used with copper rich glass can give you reds, Blue Jean Baby has all the hues of blue jeans with a hint of sparkle, Troubled Waters has blues and greens with a hint of "swirling water"
|Blue Jean Baby|
|Evening Primrose, Troubled Waters, Rolling in Clover,|
Late Summer, Blue Jean Baby, Royal, Bougainvillea, Mt Laurel
These little encase donuts were rolled in the frits a couple of times and then encase in clear . They have a French vanilla base unless otherwise noted
|Bougainvillea,Mt Laurel, Winter Sky,Marble Halls on Steel blue- French V- turquoise, Royal again|
Dream Fire glass will continue to also carry That Frit Girl COE 96 Frits
The more Frit the Merrier! Come on over to the studio and see them in person but be careful you might have to take them home with you!