Superduo beads are two hole Czech glass beads with tapered ends and a raised center area between the two holes. When looking at the holes, the bead has an oval shape. In profile, the raised center creates a diamond shape from the side. The raised center on the SuperDuo is more pronounced than in twin beads, allowing seed beads to nestle more snugly against SuperDuos, and allowing for the SuperDuos to interlock. Choose from several pretty colors of these two-hole beads, including luster and picasso shades.
Two-hole rulla beads are a popular shape of Czech glass beads that give you exciting options in beading and stringing. The rulla shape is similar to a two-hole brick bead. It features a somewhat rectangular body with rounded edges that taper to a round end. Rulla beads also feature two parallel holes that are perpendicular to the length of the bead. Some people call the shape "barrel" like, but we think of rullas more as rounded rectangles or squared-off cylinders. Each 3x5mm bead features 0.7mm large holes and rounded edges that won't catch on your beading thread.