Lisa started and completed the soldering on both sides of her Texas Collage Window all within one class! That's actually a very huge achievement because soldering is not something that you can rush through (unless you don't care what it looks like). As you can see Lisa DID care what it looked like and the end result is nothing short of wonderful. Again, his is her own design and I love when students draw up their own window patterns. This will be a gift and the lucky recipient will surely enjoy enjoy looking at it for years to come.
Betty had a productive class having completed her Modern Tulip Window. Our students on Tuesday love this pattern as well as the assorted clear textures that they use to make it. You'll see another version of this under construction later on in this post.
Linda got all of her Carousel Horse cut out and is now ready to grind it and then tack it together. Color is the key to making this window stand out and when you make a carousel horse there's just no way to over do colors-- excess will lead to success!
Jan tacked together her Pelican Window and then set upon her own journey of color selection to frame this in. We all tried many sheets of glass and in the end settled on a color that matched the feathers within her Pelican thus tying it all together perfectly. She'll be soldering this when she returns so this is another window that will most likely be done within two weeks.
Lastly, Annette was back and showed us all of the work that she's accomplished on her New Orleans Scene but I neglected to get a picture of it. :-( Hopefully I will rectify that when she comes back in next week.
And there ya have it. Things are starting to pick up big time here and our blog is filling up quickly week by week!