For discussion of processes related to using Bullseye glass, including kilnforming and kilncasting, torchwork, blowing and stained glass.
Oooh that's a great idea.
I'll stop by the resource center this afternoon to pick up the glass.
We used the yellow opal/red streakie for the centers of our bath cabinet doors. It's really cool because there is a clear glass sink and the light reflects through the sink and behind the glass. So I thought I'd slump a piece of the glass into a soapdish. It was only a single layer with ground off edges. I t slumped OK but the color is now a tan and brown. Pretty but not what I wanted. Looks more like Woodland Brown streakie.
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