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Came Around Your Stained Glass Projects: Do You Need It?
A question that one of my readers asked recently was “Do I need to use came on my projects?” Finishing[...]
Soldering Hooks to Sun Catchers
​​Soldering Hooks ​to Suncatchers Something that isn't always obvious is how and where to attach hooks to smaller projects. If[...]
Applying Black Patina to Solder
​Applying Black Patina to Solder ​Adding black patina to your stained glass projects can really make the glass colours ​come[...]
How to Repair a Broken Copper Foil Panel
​How to Repair a Broken Copper Foil Panel ​It's truly unfortunate ​that ​accidents happen and beautiful​ copper foil window panels[...]
Are You Framing Your Windows with Zinc Correctly?
​Are You Framing Your Windows in Zinc ​Correctly?Zinc framing around a stained glass window should be part of the structural[...]
Reinforcement for Stained Glass Hinge Points
​​Reinforce Hinge Points ​in Stained Glass ​If you’ve ever experienced a hinge point in your work, you know the disappointment[...]
Stained Glass Hinge Points
Hinge Points and How They Affect Your Stained Glass Art I’ve been seeing a lot of chatter lately about hinge[...]
Learning From Challenging Projects
Have you ever noticed how pushing yourself to take on a new challenge in a project can result in the[...]
Stained Glass Paint: Which Type of Paint to Use
​There are a myriad of ways to add details to your stained glass projects including decorative solder, wire work, and[...]
Choosing the Type of Stained Glass to Use
When first starting out in stained glass, the sheer variety of choices can feel overwhelming and might leave you with[...]
Strip Cutter: Do You Really Need One to Cut Glass Into Perfect Strips?
SaveSaveThere are many tools and gadgets available to help you with cutting your stained glass or fused glass ​and it[...]
How to Cut Glass: Getting the Right Pressure
How to Cut Glass: Using the Right Amount of Pressure One of the first things you learn when making stained[...]
Use Grozing Pliers & Running Pliers to Break Glass
​How to use Grozing Pliers & Running Pliers to Break GlassBreaking glass to the perfect shape needed to fit your[...]
Choosing a Glass Cutter
​Choosing the Right Glass Cutter​There are many glass cutter styles out there and it can be hard to know which[...]
A Good Fit for Stained Glass: How Close Should the Pieces Be?
​​A Good Fit: ​​What to look for before soldering​It's a common question asked by many stained glass ​hobbyists, "How close[...]
Decorative Solder: How To Add Extra Details
​How to Create Simple Decorative SolderIf you've ever wondered how to add extra details to your stained glass pieces, ​consider[...]
Stained Glass Tools: Getting Started
​Stained Glass Tools You​ Need ​Deciding which tools to buy when you're starting out in stained glass can be extremely[...]
Tutorial: Make a Mold from Fiberboard
SaveMakers of fused glass know all too well how limiting it can be to not have the right shape of[...]
How I Made My Own Slump Molds
SaveLiving in the County of Glengarry, my home and studio are only a short drive to Maxville, Ontario, home to[...]
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