Beyond Basic Stained Glass Making: Techniques and Tools to Expand Your Abilities

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Stackpole Books, Apr 12, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Creative techniques to go beyond the fundamentals. Includes an illustrated review of basic skills and tools plus how to use new tools and new ways to use basic tools. Step-by-step instructions for making three intermediate-level projects.
 

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Beyond Basic Stained Glass Making: Techniques and Tools to Expand Your Abilities (Stackpole Basics)

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Many design and project books on stained glass-making are available. This one by Allison and informed by the expertise of Michael Johnston, who owns Rainbow Vision Stained Glass in Harrisburg, PA ... Read full review

Contents

1 Equipment and Materials
1
2 Selecting Glass
9
3 Basic Skills Review
13
4 Advanced Cutting Techniques
23
5 Ornate Hanging Lampshade
33
6 Stained Glass Box with Hinged Lid
64
7 Stained Glass Mosaic
87
8 Framing and Finishing a Large Panel
103
Resources
113
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Sandy Allison is a writer and editor who lives in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania. Michael Johnston is a stained glass expert who has been perfecting his craft for more than two decades in the central Pennsylvania region, where he owns and operates Rainbow Vision Stained Glass. He is an accomplished teacher of stained glass techniques and artistry for all skill levels. He lives in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Alan Wycheck is a concrete specialist and former partner in The SO Factory, a concrete design company. He is also an award-winning photographer and lives in central Pennsylvania.

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