Lead lines that make cuts possible are always distracting. Wher there's a point we have to draw a line coming out from it to make other cuts possible. We've covered how to disguise and minimize them in recent previous posts but to reiterate briefly I'm going to show you the double sunflower pattern that you see on the left in the image below. The background glass between each sunflower is not something that anyone would want to cut. I've separated the shape and placed it in between the problem pattern and the workaround pattern so you can see how difficult it would be to cut. You could use a glass saw to achieve it but each of those points are weak spots that could easily break each time we cut out the next point. The 'solution' is to add lead lines coming from each point which you can see in red in the image to the right.
Wow, Mary's Holy Ghost Window is finished and it's another big feather in her stained glass cap (did you catch what I did there?) That triple border withe the black background really provides a ton of contrast for the circles and diamonds to shine out from inside of and it helps justify the black zinc border that surrounds the entire window. The colors she picked have such great contrast. I have to say that Mary did great work on this all around (I'm on a roll here.)