Tools, Supplies, & Books

Bevel Clusters

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Lead Came and Copper Foil

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We carry a full line of lead came and copper foil as well as zinc came for perimeter strength

Stained Glass Pattern Books

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Reference material and patterns are essential.  We offer dozens of how-to and pattern books

Mosaic Tools and Supplies

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Many people start a stained glass hobby with Mosaics, and it is a great way to create outdoor projects and involve the younger generation with minimal tools and supplies required.

Glass Cutters and Tools

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Glass work requires tools, and we carry them all!  

  • Glass cutters from Fletcher & Toyo
  • Grinders from Inland, Gryphon, & Glastar
  • Breaking pliers, nippers, & various hand tools

Art Glass for Crafters

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 We stock more than 700 colors and textures of art glass from domestic glass companies such as Oceanside, Wissmach, Kokomo, Youghiogheny, and Bullseye.  We also have deep archives of vintage glass such as GNA, FSA, & Chicago Art Glass. 

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Examples of leaded glass projects from our Beginner Stained Glass Class

Beginner Stained Glass

Learn traditional and new methods from 3rd and 4th generation stained glass craftsmen to construct leaded glass and copper foiled creations of your own. Over the course of 6 sessions (weeks) students learn techniques of glass cutting, layout and pattern making, fabrication using both the lead came and copper foil methods, soldering, and finishing steps.  Students complete 2 projects during the 6 weeks with a class size of 6 students with plenty of instructor attention.

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Intermediate Leaded glass Class

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Continue your skills to create leaded glass panels for use as cabinet door inserts, privacy windows, and decorative window and wall art.  Projects range in size from about 2 to 3 square feet in size.

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