Time to clean this page up. I've decided to organize some of related pages on their own subindex pages; hopefully this will help. I welcome suggestions for improvements to these howto pages.
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The picture will take you offsite to page of Lisa Walsh of Abednego Beads demonstrating that I created for Glassact251; I don't have pictures, but here's a link to my notes about the Thompson Enamel 7000/8000 series for ‘Spectrum and Bullseye’ (sort of....) 20Oct04
Scaramouche or Severus Snape, this fella with the lank black hair and big nose has provided me with hours of beadmaking amusement. Originally posted 06jan10. 06jan2010
A series of large hollow pressed focal with pressed daisy motif, made with pi glass . Originally posted 07apr09. 07apr2009
This doesn't really belong in the howto section, as there's precious little how-to, but as it's a component, I didn't really know where else to put this ribbon cane post . Originally posted 21oct08. 22oct2008
This pair of beads is my first dual pixie lot , at least that I can recall. Originally posted 15may08. 15may2008
Why yes as a matter of fact you can put two hollow beads with no marvering on one mandrel. 23apr2007
Collects the floral howto bead pages. Mostly floral cane recipes, with a twist dot floral tut. Compare to the index page collecting stringer recipes...lotta overlap. 01jun2005
Okay, so cleaning and drilling beads is not very thrilling. Doing it, however, will add to the appearance and professionalism of your beads, though. 22may2004
This page goes into more detail for the actual design process, as well as the cane manufacture, for the GLBG's 10th anniversary commemorative bead(s). 22may2004
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