Messy Color™ Howlite Ltd Run

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Howlite Ltd Run (511839)<br />An opaque ivory with pale blue streamers.

An opaque ivory with pale blue streamers.

"Howlite is pretty subtle but would be a good color for a landscape / organic bead.” – Jenefer Ham

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  • Howlite is our 315 Buttermilk formula with 502 Midnight streamers.

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"Howlite was really easy to work with, it flowed well, which was a nice change over Peace. [Peace I generally love when I need a lot of detail and little movement.] Here is Howlite with silver foil."
Hillary Lawson
“Howlite is one of six new complex opaque canes that CiM released in spring 2021. Four of them-Howlite, Alchemy, Alakazam and Dinosaur Bone- have a Buttermilk matrix and are absolutely perfect for depicting marble. Howlite has Midnight cane inclusions just below the surface. Though it does resemble its namesake, it reminds me of Carrara marble. It is easy to use and readily accepts etching cream. The base bead is made of two other new opaque canes- Starry Night and Grand Canyon, both made of Stone Ground and Cornflower.”
Laurie Nessel
"Howlite is pretty subtle but would be a good color for a landscape / organic bead.”
Jenefer Ham
"Howlite is a very pale ivory glass streaked through with pale grey stripes. I clipped chips from the end of the Howlite rod and used them as murrini chips to embellish these small heart beads." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe