Grace has completed the Angel window that she's been working on for the past few weeks. Although Cheryl made hers with a purple border, Grace preferred to surround this one in dark blue. Either way it looks great although the blue didn't really light up with the wimpy fluorescent bulb that was behind it. If you like this just wait until you see what Grace begins working on next week...
Lea is down to just 3 more inserts before she moves on to a new (and more colorful) project. These are the last of the small windows she's doing so she'll be working with bevels again next week. Lea has a new cutter and from what I heard she really likes it. I hadn't noticed that she's been using the same old standard cutter that she's had for the past 6 months or I would have recommended an oil fed cutter long ago. :-)
Denise hasn't forgotten how to cut glass-- she's completed this window as a baby shower gift. Not knowing if the baby will be a boy or a girl, she has managed to work a pink hat and a blue blanket into the window which makes this gift perfect for either a girl or a boy. I'm sure this will be a big hit.
Paul cut out his orange leaves and then got everything all tacked together for the candle holder that he's been working on. He's only got 17 pieces to go and then he'll join these all together to form a rectangle that a candle can be placed in. He moved really quickly this week so I'd have to say that he's more comfortable about the process now.
And lastly, Janice has only soldering left to do on her window now that all her glass is cut. This is the first of 2 of these that she's making. I suspect she'll be working on the background of her second window next week.
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