Glass Fusing Posts

Fusing a Part Sheet Platter ‘Magic Flying Carpet’

Fusing a Part Sheet Platter ‘Magic Flying Carpet’

This glass fusing tutorial for a platter, that includes a part from a part sheet, may not create a real flying carpet, but it satisfies something inside me ...
Making a Green Bowl ‘The Emerald Path’

Making a Green Bowl ‘The Emerald Path’

This tutorial for making an emerald green, black and white fused glass bowl uses a fused glass part sheet that I posted about earlier. ...
Constructing Part Sheet Platter ‘Sky Tracks’

Constructing Part Sheet Platter ‘Sky Tracks’

In this tutorial I show how to make a fused glass platter, using part sheets. This platter has a slump into a sling platter. ...

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Recent Jefanite™ Posts

Will this cabochon cut well? Jewellery Cabochon Cutting

Will this cabochon cut well? Jewellery Cabochon Cutting

In this cabochon tutorial I have an interesting but odd shaped piece that I think will cut a nice cabochon. ...
Dop Sticks – Why and How We Use Them

Dop Sticks – Why and How We Use Them

Using Dop Sticks used for holding a gemstone while grinding, shaping and polishing is a practice that has been around for many, many years. But still there is a little misunderstanding about why we use them and how to use them. ...
Oval Cabochon Cutting from Blue Green Jefanite

Oval Cabochon Cutting from Blue Green Jefanite

This cabochon tutorial didn\'t quite work out as I had hoped. The final stone was a little disappointing but still worth saving. ...

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Recent Jewellery Posts

Making a Silver Bracelet with Pre-Decimal Coins

Making a Silver Bracelet with Pre-Decimal Coins

In this jewellery tutorial I talk about making a charm style bracelet with sterling silver and pre-decimal Australian silver coins. ...
Gemstone Moh’s Hardness Scale

Gemstone Moh’s Hardness Scale

The Moh's hardness scale refers to scratch hardness. The resistance of one mineral to be scratched by another. ...
False and Confusing Gemstone Names

False and Confusing Gemstone Names

Some of the gemstone names we commonly use can be very confusing, and often costly to those unaware. For example, 'Indian Jade' is actually Aventurine, a form of quartz. The reference to 'Jade' is confusing and simply incorrect. ...

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