So with that said let's jump on into our completed projects this week starting with Martha's colorful Butterfly. I'm really impressed at just how far along she's come. Even though she's uncomfortable with a ruler she managed to mark and score her border pieces perfectly. Her colors are striking and her finished work is something to be proud of. And most important of all, it's completely symmetrical.
Cheryl made this unique Cross design because she fell in love with it after seeing it in a stained glass shop out of state. The owner/creator graciously gave her a pattern for it and Cheryl immediately set upon making this one for herself. It certainly has a very Wabi Sabi quality to it which is part of its appeal for sure.
With a bevel yell, he cried more, more, more! Robert has his next two Door Inserts under way now that he's worked out the design. Since he's using outer bevel borders he had to figure out a combination of sizes that took him close to the measurements that he needed the inserts to be. Now that he has a game plan he begun wrapping all of the bevels so he can tack them together and hopefully get a single piece of glass beveled for the center of these two windows.
Jan's first Plate Window has been soldered on its front side which means that she's ready to turn this over and finish it off when she returns. That plate, along with the four corner bevels, is really going to catch the light when it's hanging up in a window