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woven strips of glass--name?

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Kate Saunders
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woven strips of glass--name?

Postby Kate Saunders » Sun Dec 14, 2014 6:19 pm

I'd like to play around with a technique that I've never used before and can't come up with anything on the subject search area. It's when you have thin strips of glass and you
weave them together. It requires pre-firing and slumping the glass and then you put the strips together. Never thought I'd be using the technique, but it might work well in a new project I'm working on. I KNOW it's somewhere in the archives! Please, if you know what I'm talking about direct me to the right place in the archives. Many thanks! Kate

Kate Saunders
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Re: woven strips of glass--name?

Postby Kate Saunders » Sun Dec 14, 2014 6:22 pm

Okay! Cancel this question! I went on the internet and googled "glass weaving" and found all I need, I think.

Aglassygirl303
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Re: woven strips of glass--name?

Postby Aglassygirl303 » Wed Dec 17, 2014 1:13 am

My woven platters sell in the co op gallery that I belong to for 225. 00 for a 12" square. It is a great product to sell

Kate Saunders
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Re: woven strips of glass--name?

Postby Kate Saunders » Sat Dec 20, 2014 2:04 am

If I get the glass to do what I want it to, I'll be using the woven glass in part of a sculpture.


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