Stained Glass Circles – Part 12

Stained Glass Circles – Part 12

I am still trying to get caught up with blogging all the projects I’ve been working on in 2020.  I have been slowly writing posts that relate to things that have happened this past Winter & Spring.  I am trying to clear out my draft folder so I can tell you about my Summer projects!  I think this is my last post related to “older” stuff.

The last time I worked on Stained Glass circles was in April 2017.  This past April, 3 years later, I started cutting glass circles like a maniac.  I cut 70 of them in a 5 day period!  They are part of an ongoing project that I will post about when I’m actively working on it again, probably this Fall.

Here is my progress from April:

Over the winter I went to the nearby glass store and purchased some new colors.  I was very interested in primary colors because I really didn’t have any.  I chose the colors I wanted for my project and laid the glass out on my workbench:

       

This project is related to the frames I made back in 2016:

       

I spent hours cutting circles of various sizes and grinding the edges:

       

I started to pile them up by color so I’d know how many I had:

       

I slowly added more colors:

       

And more!  I labeled each pile with a count of the number of circles in each color group:

I still have green circles to cut, but I ran out of steam!  Stay tuned this Fall for more on this project.

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2 Comments

  1. AnneV

    In the past, you’ve made some wonderful works of art with your glass circles. Can’t wait to see what you’re up to now.
    Whatever it is, they’re always beautiful.

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