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Thanks for your kind words… 🙂 Keep in mind I have been doing stained
glass for 30 years, so yes I suppose being out of your league is
expected…. Look at it this way,… if I can be there, then it gives you a
place to shoot for a? YEP!
thanks so much! We bought an old craftman style home 8 years ago with every
leaded glass door broken– I used to do some stained glass (foiling only)
years ago– and so I’ve always said I would repair it– but have
procrastinating getting started. After seeing your video– I’m on my way!
Thanks so much!
Nice tutorial. Think I’d have to practice on something smaller first. .
Excellent!! I’m a beginner and was looking for a way to correct a a misQ on
my part. I enjoy watching your videos, they have helped tremendously. Thank
you so much!
Zero dislikes for a reason! I just love every single one of your videos!
Thank you so much!
You can attempt bending the leads out,… however….. good luck with
that…. What will probably work with the diamonds is cutting just 3 of
it’s four sides. Yes you’ll need copper foil to complete this technique,
the copper tape lays the foundation for the new soldered bead work.
different way of doing it,seems very long winded,the leadedlight must come
out as it went in,but that aside I like your way of thinking,iv’e been a
professional leadedlight maker for 28years and I still learn new ways of
doing things now and again
You are most welcome, and thanks for your kind words… 🙂
Lovely work. I wish the ones I have to repair were in such great
condition…as a newbie at repairing, the ones I’m working on, the glass
has fallen out with the solders broken and the putty brittle..I like it
that you used copper foil and no putty, but would that last in a window
exposed to the weather? cheers fantastic…Tam
just started stained glass classes – am finding ur tutorials. really
helpful. WELL DONE
i have a question, do you need to take the window out or can it be repaired
whil leaving the window?
This guy is a genius! Thanks so much for all your help!
That was a fantastic video. I am going to give it a shot on my kitchen
door. Keep up the great work!!!
I’ve got a couple of old broken tin and glass lanterns I’ve been wanting to
repair. Should I be using a particular solder that favors the structural
aspect of repair work? Fantastic video!
Fascinating. Must now continue the task my mother started 30 years ago
using bluetac on an old cupboard my son is to inherit!
Excellent Video, You make it look easy. i can now attempt a repair for a
customer of mine, if I fail at least I know it IS repairable
Great video. I have an old 1930 leaded glass front door. I love the thing
but the glass seems to flex and shake at the lead joints every time the
door is open or shut. Is there a way to strengthen old leaded glass panels?
Thank you! Wanting to build a greenhouse out of old windows. The front two
will be some beautiful leaded glass windows we salvaged. All windows have
several broken panels and the leaded windows have broken sections. Hubby
tells me project is far fetched. I will fix the leaded windows like you
just showed me (I have a list I’m taking to Hobby Lobby off your tutorial)
and then I’ll start on the window pane windows. When I’m done, he better
get a carpenter here to construct my greenhouse! :)
Couple of questions:
1. How do you deal with glass shards in the towel? Barefoot with glass
2. On the foiled edges, did you wrap three sides, only the top and
vertical, or only the top?
Great! You have made it look so easy – have a much simpler repair to do so
am now confident enough to give it a go! Thank you.
thanks so much, this video was very helpful. i am repairing some 1930s
windows and now i think i will be able to do it. many thanks!
Hello, g’day…I finally did it…and just wanted to say “Thankyou for your
inspiration”…Here is my blog and pictures to show you…I ended up
starting from scratch…and found no other instruction on the web at
How much would this kind of repair cost? Also, how long would it take?
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the video :).
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