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    On The Cutting Table. Monday, August 25, 2014. The Day The Music Died. Skimming glass is what we do when a piece of glass already fits the patten without having been ground. This happens mainly on border pieces but sometimes it also happens regularly when you become proficient at cutting glass. Skimming itself it an art. You want to press the piece against the grinder with an even pressure all around the piece. If you don't press hard enough the glass isn't roughed up enough for the foil, but of you press too hard to can end up making your perfectly fitted piece of glass look, well, deformed. The biggest problem students have while skimming is slacking off on the pressure towards the end of their glass piece. This leaves little 'burrs' on the end that (on borders especially) look uneven and unprofessional. Here's an example of a rectangular border piece that wasn't skimmed evenly on the right hand side and then the same piece after it's been fixed. It's little details like this that further remove the novices from the professionals. Remember, it doesn't matter how long you've been doing stained glass- if you always do it wrong you're still a beginner. So we have another completed Grape Window to look at this week and it was done by Jeannette. Her window is a little wider than the one completed by Rowena last week and some of that extra space is filled with a cluster of leaves and branches on the left side. The outer border glass wasn't Jeannette's first choice of color but the glass she fell in love with is no longer made and all we had left was a small piece. But as you can see there's nothing wrong with the replacement glass she picked. In fact, there's nothing wrong with this window at all! Martha has the first of her two Stylized Fleur De Lis Window finished with the second one not much further behind. This one has a clear Glue Chip background which contrasts nicely with the actual FDL. It's great work, but Martha is concerned about the length of time it took for her to complete it. I say it's all about quality, not quantity. Besides, we haven't seen Martha in a month so if we subtract her down time we have a very reasonable time frame for completing this! And our last completed projects are Brenda's pair of Initial Windows. They both share the same letter font as well as the same glass for the letters and the borders but her background glass is different. I know that she'll be working on a B window when she returns and possibly one other that I can't recall to save my life! (Sadly, my memory just isn't what it used to be. With the front side of her Abita Window completely soldered and just the back left to go I think that Susan will be finishing this up when she returns for her next class. The washing and cleaning will take a bit of time so I don't expect a completed picture until the following week, but you never know. I'll admit that we've held it up and it lights up wonderfully. I can't wait to see it washed and colored for the full effect! Shelley has made so much progress in her time with us. I remember when a window like this would have easily intimidated her. Now days she comes in and gets down to work doing one section at a time. And now she's got it almost a quarter of the way ground! I think she's going to see how far she's come when she hangs this window up which, at this rate, will be in just a few short weeks! And Jeanne's Stylized Cross Window is looking better and better each week. She's wrapping the pieces of the cross now that she's got it all ground and once it's tacked together she'll be able to start cutting out her background. A stunning window is what this will be, without any doubt at all. Becky S began working on the last three of her sunflowers this week and has decided to do something completely different with two of them. She's making a full fledged window with a pair of her Sunflowers and has the background glass cut out for them already. Some of the flower petals will actually cut into th ...
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Bayou Salé GlassWorks
We'll start off looking with Roxie's Yellow Camp Window. The workwomanship is flawless and I must say that I'm going to miss playing with the letters of this window.
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Bayou Salé GlassWorks: Eat, Bleed, Pray
Things are really starting to pick up again in classes here. We have a lot of completed windows and a lot of projects that will be completed soon enough.
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Bayou Salé GlassWorks: Secret Garden
Wow, didn't Patty's Dragonfly Window turn out to be absolutely stunning? Not being sure on which way she wants to hang this we put holes for hooks on all ...
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