Written by Laura W. Call

Kate demonstrated how to make a quick jig to hold glass art while making 3-D, stained glass designs.  She also challenged the members to come up with ideas of how to use the jig with warm glass art.  Kate’s process started with two T-Bevels being set at the same angle.  The bevels were taped onto a foam board which had been scored and folded into a stand.  Two pieces of glass were laid on top of each angled side of the bevel and a small dowel was placed at the vortex to separate the glass pieces slightly.  We can’t wait to see the final part piece that Kate is working on.  Thanks for sharing!