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Bullseye Glass Education Online Program

I’ve talked about the Bullseye Glass Education Online program in several of my posts. I really learn a lot from these videos. There is a wealth of knowledge in their video library, even if you don’t use their glass. Here is their most recent trailer that gives you an idea of the kinds of things […]

Divine Intervention In Glass and Life

Things don’t always turn out the way I plan it; in my glass pieces and in life. I recently experimented with some pattern bar flow slabs. In one of my experiments the slab did not end up even. One side was higher than the other.  After cutting up the slab on the tile saw I […]

Tips for Cutting Thin Strips of Glass for Fused Glass On-Edge Construction

I was recently asked for any tips I had for cutting strips. While there are a few things that I can suggest, I really think it is mostly practice that makes the difference. I had many years of cutting stained glass pieces before I started cutting strips. So the first thing I recommend is to […]