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Learn some helpful glass cutting techniques that will make successful cutting much easier.
Learn how to build a light box. This instructional ebook, with pictures, will walk you through, step-by-step, from start to finish.
Any soldering-problems related to stained glass can be helped here.
The Repairing Stained Glass ebook walks you through techniques for repairing both foied and leaded pieces.
Trouble-cutting-glass can be frustrating. Get help on this interactive page .
This is my first project o.k. 2nd (if you look real close @ the background on the right you can see my 1st, its a small light house above the chair on
Hi Sue, I'm making a window that will go inside my house. I plan on placing it over the glass that is already there size would be 2x2. since I'm making
I'm a self-taught beginner (I seem to learn equally from reading and making mistakes). I recently created a design for a copper foil piece that I have