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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 backbone of your window. But if you aren’t doing it properly, it could be the weakest link in your project.What’s the Difference​?​The difference between framing your heavy windows properly or just adding the zinc came […]

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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 that comes along with it. But, if you know how to add reinforcement to ​your artwork, you won’t have to worry about them rearing their ugly heads when your masterpiece is finally finished! Without reinforcement, […]

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Stained Glass Hinge Points

Hinge Points and How They Affect Your Stained Glass ArtI’ve been seeing a lot of chatter lately about hinge points. Far too often people don’t understand what they are, how to avoid them, or even how to reinforce them. Sadly, this sometimes includes people who are offering advice (eek!)  So let’s take a moment to identify what […]

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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 can be hard to know what you ​NEED. Is it essential to have a strip cutter in your arsenal of tools? ​Let’s ​explore our options, shall we?Something that many beginners falsely assume is that making […]

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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 one to choose. In this video, I​ explain the different styles and show you ​how they fit in your hand. Not everyone works the same or ​has the same physical make up. I personally have nerve […]

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