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Glass Cutter

Inevitably all glass cutters leak oil. I have the perfect solution; don't put oil in it! This sounds counter-intuitive as using the cutter without oil will damage it. Instead of putting cutter oil inside the cutter, I just saturate a soft cloth in cutter oil and then store it in a tiny plastic to-go container. Before each stroke of the cutter, I just run the wheel of the cutter over the fabric once or twice and then cut normally. The oil won't dry out so just keep it with your cutter until glass accumulates on the fabric. Discard and start over. No more messy storage!


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2" X 3"

I made this book from our 2" X 3" Glass Bevels.

 


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It isn't beautiful but it was my first ever fused glass project. The centerpiece is a piece of copper, embossed with my library embosser and then fused between a piece of black glass and a piece of clear.


This unfinished book cover is made from one of our 6" X 4" Glass Bevels.
Bookbinding and kits Metalsmithing and
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Soft soldering and stained glass Eyelets, etc. Storage
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