When things go wrong, let's say a piece of glass you've scored doesn't break the way you wanted it to, don't just repeat the same exact process without examining the situation first. Ask yourself why it broke. If you can figure out why it broke then you can most likely fix the situation on the second pass rather than experiencing the same result. Perhaps you'll realize that you've forgotten to cut 'Point to Point'. If so, fix that. Perhaps the break was following the score line perfectly until the very end where it then veered off. If so, perhaps using your pliers on the other end of the cut instead of the side you first tried will help. If the hook you are trying to attach keeps wavering out of position perhaps you can brace the pliers you are using to hold the hook against something to prevent them from moving. If the poster board keeps shifting under the pattern you are tracing you should try taping it down more securely.
Look at all bad situations and try to ascertain what went wrong. If you can't figure that out or come up with another way to attack the situation then 1) STOP and 2) Bring the problem to class where we will figure it out together.
Things happen for a reason and if you take the time to figure why things went wrong you can usually rectify the problem.
So take a look at this Address Transom that Cindy made! It's already been installed at the Lamplighter Coffee House and Bistro in Franklin, LA. This picture in no way hints at the size of this piece. Perhaps the next two pictures will.
Ann also began work on a colorful hodgepodge of Polygons. When this is completed she'll be adding a cross on top of this colorful design. She's begun cutting the yellow glass but has the rest of her colors all mapped out now. That means that we'll see a lot more color in this when we see it again.