Save time, money and precious glass with this little-known technique called Lead Lining. It will help you get your colour choices spot on right at the beginning and reduce disappointment.
Guarantee your stained glass is strong, weatherproof AND lasts a lifetime by finding out how to cut and shape lead came accurately. With tips on cutting those tricky long, thin angles.
Make sure that your stained glass solder looks professional and tidy with these simple to follow instructions. Includes tricks on filling in gaps and answers the most common soldering problems.
Methods For Repairing Broken Stained Glass Fixing broken stained glass is a necessary evil. With glass as a material breakages are inevitable. You know the scenario; you’re happily soldering away on your latest piece only … (read more)
Assembling leaded stained glass is a logical process if you know what you’re doing. These answers to common problems will fill in the gaps and make leading up stained glass easier for you. Assembling Leaded … (read more)
Stained glass lead soldering is FAR easier than soldering copper foil . The main reason for this is that you are only soldering a small area each time rather than along a whole seam. Think … (read more)
Copper Foil vs Hobby Came Explained I am a copper foil guy and have not used lead came before. What are the advantages and disadvantages over copper foil? Milly’s Reply: Great question, thanks Joe. It’s … (read more)