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Using Glass Powders for Part Sheets

Fused Glass Wrench Plate

More part sheets in the kiln today. I first experimented with part sheets back in February of this year. You can read about it here: Experimenting with Fused Glass Part Sheet. I used the part sheets to make some great unique pieces. I knew that this was a technique I would definitely be trying again….

If at first you don’t succeed …

… try, try, try again. That is exactly what happened to this fused glass piece. The first step in making a fused glass dish is to take pieces of glass and place them on a shelf in the kiln and fully fuse the pieces to make a single flat piece of glass. In this process…

Glass Craft and Bead Expo 2013

Expo 2013 fused glass

I am back from Glass Craft and Bead Expo 2013 in Las Vegas. I took a class called Two Intense Days of Something Different with Roz Stanton and Debbie Patana. It was indeed an intense two days. Roz and Debbie are enthusiastic teachers and love sharing their knowledge. The picture shows the projects we worked…

HoneyDoo Zupper Glue Revisted

Glass Cross

About a year ago I tried a new glue called HoneyDoo Zupper Glue. Back then I wrote about how much I liked this glue for certain applications. Well now, I am just frustrated with it! This weekend I had a group come to the studio to make some fused glass crosses. I precut the base…

Fused Glass Ripple Bowl

Fused Glass

Most of the fused glass pieces I do are either square or rectangular. I happen to like square and rectangular shapes. Another reason I don’t often work with circles is because working with a circle shape wastes more glass. Circles are a bit trickier to cut too. It’s not particularly hard to cut out a…

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