My Favorite Scraping Tool

Scraping used kiln wash off a shelf is not a fun task. I have tried all kinds of tools to make scraping the shelf easier. After trying a half dozen or more tools it comes down to this… a piece of glass. Yes, my favorite tool is a piece of scrap glass. Holding the scrapContinue Reading

Stained Glass Bluebonnet Panel

Stained Glass Bluebonnet Panel

My most recent stained glass piece is a bluebonnet panel. This is my second bluebonnet panel. The first one was a leaded glass panel. It proved to be a difficult process because of the many small pieces. For my second blue bonnet piece I decided to do a combination of foil and lead. This latestContinue 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

I've been around glass my whole life. Both my father and grandfather were stained glass artisans. In 2002 I started working with stained glass. In 2009 I started glass fusing. My blog is mostly about my journey in glass, with a sprinkling of other things thrown in.

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