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Improve your stained glass cutting technique

There are lots of factors that result in an accurate stained glass cutting technique. The angle of the cutter head, the pressure and consistency to name a few.

You know this but continue to struggle. Your panel grows bigger and bigger. There are uneven gaps resulting in untidy soldering seams. It’s disheartening.

Disregard the ‘rules’

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Accurate cutting by Milly’s student Denise Whittle

Have you thought of using your non-cutting hand to help guide the cutter head? The weight from the cutting pressure holds the glass in place as you cut.

It really does make a difference.

I know, I know, you’re taught to hold the glass with your non-cutting hand. You’re told that the glass will move if you don’t hold it. It’s not that this is wrong, it’s just another way.

Try a different way

Have a look at the Tiny Video Tip – taken from the Stained Glass Made Perfect Course – and see how accurate the cutting is.

Then try the method for yourself. It might feel mighty weird to start with but promise me you’ll stick at it for a bit?

It will become easier the more you practise and it might be the accurate cutting answer you were looking for.
You just didn’t know it!

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For more stained glass cutting techniques see these pages:

Cutting Stained Glass

 

5 Ways To Cut Stained Glass

Cutting Stained Glass Circles

 

3 Methods For Cutting Glass Shapes

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