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My first Stained Glass Panel

Posted by craftercheryl (My Page) on
Fri, May 23, 08 at 23:20

Went through a class to learn the fundementals of foiling and soldering. Very interesting. My final project is a 11 x 17 panel.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k19/CrafterCheryl/FinishedStainGlassPanel2.jpg


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RE: My first Stained Glass Panel

Great job. What a great project to learn how to do all the soldering & foiling.


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wow nice soldering! Itook a clss for the same reason - isn't fun to melt metal


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Good Job!! My first soldering sure wasn't near as neat as yours!!!lol! And the zinc frame looks good too! I have done stained glass for about 7yrs now and I have so many "projects" I wanna doo...someday...if I can pry myself away from mosaics. So What do you plan on making next??? Do tell! I'm inspired already!!!


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Wow, that is wonderful project. Some day I would love to try stained glass but worried I would burn the house down..

very nice, and I saw some of your other mosaic projects. Good job. Keep them coming


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Very pretty panel! This is your first soldering? It looks so clean and neat...great job!


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That is very pretty. I just imagine myself using solder...and heat.

Be Safe, Rach


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Great job.


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Oh, I remember your work - took a peek into your album. Your work is neat as can be. Good job.


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