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Lacy Fused Glass Art Bowl

Lacy Fused Glass Art Bowl

I love to experiment and play “what if” in the kiln. Sometimes, however, there is a technique I want to try that someone else has already perfected and is willing to share. That was the case with this most recent Lacy Glass piece. I purchased the E-book “Waste Not – Fused Projects from Scrap Glass”Continue Reading

Fused Glass What If Experiment with Bent Stringer

Fused Glass What If Experiment with Bent Stringer

I recently read a tutorial on manipulating glass stringer on the Bullseye Glass website. I decided to give it a try adding my own spin to it. Instead of trying to keep the stringer bent in a rectangle pattern what if I bent it randomly. I placed the bent stringers on a clear piece ofContinue Reading

Fused Glass Pot Melt Technique – Lessons Learned

Fused Glass Pot Melt Technique – Lessons Learned

If you fuse glass, at some point you read about the pot melt or aperture pour technique. It is often talked about as a great way to use leftover pieces of glass or as a way to recycle a failed project. This technique has been on my “to-try” list for a long time. The basicContinue Reading

Coldworking Glass – Covington Wet Belt Sander

Coldworking Glass – Covington Wet Belt Sander

My new Covington wet belt sander arrived a few months ago. Yesterday I finally got around to taking it out for a spin. Any thoughts I had of coldworking my glass pieces in lickety split time quickly evaporated. It is definitely way faster and easier on the arm than coldworking by hand, but it stillContinue Reading

Coldworking Fused Glass with Loose Grit

Coldworking Fused Glass with Loose Grit

You know it happens. You slump a bowl or plate and it doesn’t sit flat. I have such a bowl. It’s the piece that my husband delights in spinning on the table every time he passes it. Well, not anymore! The Bullesye Glass website has a video in their Education Online library called Coldworking withContinue Reading

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