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German Plastic bones 7 mm (5/16 inch)
German plastic bones, 7mm


 
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7 wide German plastic bones can be sewn through but they are quite durable and this size can be used for small light weight corsets. Easily cut with scissors you can use a simple use a nail file to smooth any rough spots after you cut the bone, rounding the ends as desired.

A 20% discount is factored into the price of 100 meters.

If you are a larger person you may see better results with the 11mm wide German Plastic Bones (scroll down for more size options).

German plastic bones are made of 56% polyethylene and 44% polyester
If you want to change the colour of this boning you can dye it with a dye for synthetic fibers. The purple was created with a Rit Dye for synthetics (it comes in a bottle).
Need bone casing tape - check out the options below.



Item# Item Name Price per Coil Qty Add
50-8125-07-5M German Plastic bones 7 mm (5/16 inch) - 5 meters
C$7.50
50-8125-07-10M German Plastic bones 7 mm (5/16 inch) - 10 meters
C$15.00
50-8125-07-100M German Plastic bones 7 mm (5/16 inch) - 100 Meters
C$72.00
50-8125-07-20M German Plastic bones 7 mm (5/16 inch) - 20 meters
C$30.00
50-8125-07-50M German Plastic bones 7 mm (5/16 inch) - 50 Meters
C$45.00
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4 of 5 Looking forward to working with this May 13, 2020
Reviewer: Heather Riddle from Milverton, ON Canada  
Nice instruction note that comes with. Haven't used this yet. Looks great.

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5 of 5 Best bones April 14, 2020
Reviewer: Anne of Cleves from Verdun, QC Canada  
If you require baleen (which isn't so legal) for a project, get these instead. They work fabulously well, and they're breathable even though they're plastic. I used to be a spring steel girl but after doing much medieval and Elizabethan historical clothing, this became my boning of   choice.

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5 of 5 April 9, 2020
Reviewer: Katelyn Arsenault from Regina, SK Canada  


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5 of 5 Great! April 8, 2020
Reviewer: Sarah Bent from Lower Sackville, NS Canada  
These bones are perfect for historical corsets. They mold to the body and you can stitch through them.

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5 of 5 Great alternative to whalebone March 5, 2020
Reviewer: Katelyn H. from TX, United States  
Flexes and moves just like whalebone (I am familiar with the original stuff) but no whales were harmed in the making of this.  Easy to cut with regular scissors and don't really need tips to keep from poking through.

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