Monthly Archives: February 2010

Fire and Rain Bead and Jewelry Exhibition April 2010

While I’m good at ranting about my frustration with making jewelry, I completely forgot to actually spread the word about the exhibition. Here we go! Fire and Rain Bead and Jewelry Exhibition April 2010 Location:Seattle Glassblowing Studio / Hot Glass

Fire and Rain Bead and Jewelry Exhibition April 2010

While I’m good at ranting about my frustration with making jewelry, I completely forgot to actually spread the word about the exhibition. Here we go! Fire and Rain Bead and Jewelry Exhibition April 2010 Location:Seattle Glassblowing Studio / Hot Glass

Now I remember again, why …

… I don’t make jewelry any more! The local lampworkers in our Fire & Rain lampworking group do have the exciting opportunity to exhibit our beads and jewelry in a Seattle gallery. The gallery is obviously keen to also sell

Now I remember again, why …

… I don’t make jewelry any more! The local lampworkers in our Fire & Rain lampworking group do have the exciting opportunity to exhibit our beads and jewelry in a Seattle gallery. The gallery is obviously keen to also sell

Tools for a new passion: Big hole beads

I fancied the idea of making Pandora and Troll beads already for a longer time. I actually made some last year around this time – however, I didn’t have a bead coring tool at that time and handcoring sounded too

Tools for a new passion: Big hole beads

I fancied the idea of making Pandora and Troll beads already for a longer time. I actually made some last year around this time – however, I didn’t have a bead coring tool at that time and handcoring sounded too

Aether vs. other clears in combination with silver glass

It is no secret that Aether is one of my favorite clears. It flows like butter, is crystal clear, doesn’t bubble, scum or burn. However, one thing not known to everyone is that Ather can change the appearance of certain

Aether vs. other clears in combination with silver glass

It is no secret that Aether is one of my favorite clears. It flows like butter, is crystal clear, doesn’t bubble, scum or burn. However, one thing not known to everyone is that Ather can change the appearance of certain