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Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.


  2. I cut my scraps up into measured squares and rectangles and then make little geometric sun catchers. Just mix and match colors shapes like Tetris into a rectangle.

  3. I periodically go through my scraps and cut them down into squares and rectangles as small as 1cm. Then i mix and match to create little suncatchers.

  4. What's the difference between a garbanzo bean and a chickpea?

  5. Interestingly, Ohio is almost exactly 0.1 times the size of South Africa - you could fit 10 Ohio's in SA.

  6. If you look at my post history, I shared several progress pics at different stages.

  7. even though you are using a zinc frame, I would still consider adding rebar

  8. Thanks for the tip. I should pick up some of that copper rebar for the future.

  9. I typically make smaller panels and catchers. The owner of the shop I sometimes work at always rags on me for pieces that are "too small".

  10. Is this the 'fiddly bits' photo piece? Lol, I had concerns, glad to see they were unfounded.

  11. When I work with bevels I use Inkscape and work with a inch grid on the project so everything is to scale.

  12. Oh THIS is what the fiddly bit was for! Awesome!

  13. Best of luck to you. I just finished a piece with lots of little pieces and I’ve decided it actually isn’t the best choice from a design perspective - I want the soldering lines to be clearly subordinate to the glass and the way it turned out I feel like the solder “says” too much. Plus holding those teensy pieces against the saw or grinder is a bitch!

  14. I always question myself when it comes to this but somehow I pull it off

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