As you can see, Ann finished her window-- as expected. She's got a good handle on soldering now and in general she did much better than average. You can see in the picture that all her lines flow smoothly which is generally not the case in a first project. Ann plans on working on a sun window next.
Barbara completed her 3 door windows. The center panel was designed to match the two side panels but allow Barbara to see through her door to whoever is on the other side. They look great!
Jane spent a lot of time wrapping all the pieces that she has cut and ground. By the time she left class all of her glass was wrapped and ready to be placed on the mold.
Janice has the second of her 3 windows ground. She still needs to cut the backgrounds, but she'll do that after the center pieces are all tacked together. Janice has come a long way in a short span of time. And her work is flawless.
Lea wrapped 2 of her bevels and then cut, ground and tacked the background for one of her windows. All that's left for this is a border and she'll have one completed.
Sheila finished grinding, wrapping and tacking together the colored pieces of her last panel. There are only 5 pieces to go before this window is completed.
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