Author Archives: Margot

The Process of Making a Fused Glass Art Plate

The Process of Making a Fused Glass Art Plate

I often share picture of my work on Facebook. Usually it is a picture of the piece ready to be fired and then a completed picture. Today I thought I would share a few more pictures showing the complete process from beginning to end.  This is a piece I just completed. Our family has a

Cutting Glass – Morton System Tip

Cutting Glass – Morton System Tip

When I cut glass for my fused glass pieces I often find myself cutting the same sizes over and over again. I use the Morton System with glass stops to measure and cut glass. It quickly became apparent that it would be handy to have dedicated stops set at certain measurements. For example I use

Tip for Glass Studios without a Sink

Tip for Glass Studios without a Sink

One of the things on my wish list for my glass studio is a working sink. Unfortunately, it isn’t feasible at the moment to do this. While a sink would be great for cleaning up and washing things, the times I most often need water is to mix up a batch of kiln wash, fill