Where Creativity is Just Plain Fun

Membership is Free!




Five Slotted paper Bead Rollers
Numbered Bottoms & 1/2" Handles
Numbered Bottoms

Single 5/64"

Single Slotted 5/64" Purchase Price:$10.95

Single 3/32"

Single Slotted 3/32" Purchase Price:$10.95

Single 1/8"

Single Slotted 1/8" Purchase Price:$10.95

Single 5/32"

Single Slotted 5/32" Purchase Price:$10.95

Single 3/16"

Single Slotted 3/16" Purchase Price:$10.95

Single 1/4"

Single Slotted 3/16" Purchase Price:$10.95

Set of Two
5/64" & 1/8"

Set of 2 Slotted 5/64" and 1/8" Purchase Price:$21.95

Set of Three
5/64", 3/32" & 1/8"

Set of 3 Slotted 5/64", 3/32" and 1/8" Purchase Price:$24.95

Set of Four
5/64", 3/32", 1/8" & 3/16"

Set of 3 Slotted 5/64", 3/32", 1/8" and 3/16" Purchase Price:$31.95

Set of Five

5/64", 3/32", 1/8", 5/32" & 3/16"
Set of 3 Slotted 5/64", 3/32", 1/8", 5/32" and 3/16" Purchase Price:$35.95

Set of Six

5/64", 3/32", 1/8"
5/32", 3/16" 1/4"
Set of 6 Slotted 5/64", 3/32", 1/8", 5/32", 3/16" and 1/4" Purchase Price:$43.95

The winding pins are a tube with an open slot down one side of the pin. You may have seen other paper bead rollers on the internet with this same type of pin. I decided to offer them as well so you have a choice. I am unable to get the special slotted pins longer than what I have available here so if you want the long paper bead rollers, you will need to order the adjustable split pin paper bead rollers Here.

The 1/2 inch thick wood handles are made in a wood turning mill located just 23 miles south of my home so I am able to drive there to get them! The handles are made with solid birch wood, from Maine, within a 125 mile radius of the wood turning mill and stained a golden oak color. I order the handles in batches of 2000 pieces. The lightness of the stain varies from batch to batch and I do try to match the handles as close as possible but I am not always able to get them to match exactly.

You will find little numbers on the bottom of each wooden handled paper bead roller. They are numbered from 1 to 6. 1 Being the smallest 5/64" winding pin and 6 being the largest, 1/4" winding pin. That way you can tell them apart more easily.