Monthly Archives: August 2012

Waste Not Want Not

I’ve previously chattered about recycling pieces of stained glass that have become too small to be used in future projects. This time I take the idea a step further and apply it to ridiculously tiny shards of fusing glass. What … Continue reading

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Useful Without Match

Do you throw away used matches or do you recycle them? I save used matches and snip off the burned ends. The resulting wooden sticks have many uses, not only relating to glass crafts. For fused glass work they’re a … Continue reading

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Recycling Scraps of Stained Glass

You know how it is. No matter how hard you try, you always end up with an ever-increasing collection of scraps of stained glass that are too small to use in your projects. You’re reluctant to throw away the scraps … Continue reading

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