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need your help please

Posted by glass-addiction (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 13, 09 at 13:48

can someone here explain to me how to cut tiles or glass to do a circle so the gaps are not so big. I seen something in here awhile back but can't find it.thanks in guys all rock in this forum I love seeing all your new mosaics. keep up the great work all. someday I'll post some of my work.

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RE: need your help please

FLAGTRUCK is the Queen of cutting tiles for curves - it's called keystoning. The tiles are cut in little wedge shapes. You can lay your tile down to be cut, and w/a sharpie, mark where you should cut the tile. I tried posting her site, but it didn't work. Search for her work on gourd birdhouses.

RE: need your help please - and

Found it. The whole album w/blow you away, so it'll probably take time to look at her gourd birdhouses where she expertly applied the keystoning technique.
FLAG's albums

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