Find tips and tricks to help you achieve a beautifully smooth soldered seam. You’ll discover how to get a lovely rounded edge on your sun catchers and how to fill in unsightly gaps.
Patina and Polish is the last step and the one that truly makes your stained glass stand out. Find out how to achieve a gorgeous uniform finish and see your work gleam.
The BEST thing about stained glass cost-saving tips is that they leave you more $$ for glass, beautiful stained glass. Below you’ll find a series of cost saving tips. I hope you find them useful. … (read more)
Stained Glass Cutting Techniques – 2 Ways to Cut Straight Lines People actually have quite a lot of trouble cutting straight lines in stained glass. They’re unforgiving, not like curves! I’m going to take you … (read more)
Stained Glass Foiling – Fixing Common Copper Foil Errors This video goes through two of the most common stained glass foiling mistakes. looks at what you can do when the copper foil isn’t centred properly … (read more)
This is the second of three videos exploring Stained Glass Plating (layering). The first video concentrated on the ‘big names in plating’, Tiffany and Robert Oddy, showing how they used plating to bring their stained … (read more)
Welcome to Plating. What do you think of when I say that word? If it’s ‘FOOD’, you’re in good company! Thankfully for us, it applies to both food (lovely) AND stained glass (even more lovely). … (read more)
Using Pattern Resizer – Stained Glass Software Print Full Size Patterns From Home What can stained glass software do for you? Lots and lots is the short answer! Here are just some of the things … (read more)
Cutting Thin Stained Glass Strips Expertly One of the more difficult stained glass cutting tasks is cutting small strips without snapping the ends off. Cutting straight lines when they’re very close together can be tricky … (read more)
Tips for Using Mirrors in Stained Glass Mirrors can be used very creatively in copper foiled stained glass work. You can use them as a regular looking glass, or incorporate them into lamps or panels. … (read more)