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Repairing & Resizing

Sometimes I am asked to repair or resize a lead light window, and part of my expertise lies in the decision I have to make regarding whether it’s a worthy cause financially or if the work involved isn’t too over ambitious for the sake of preservation. Often it is less work to rebuild than to repair, and with the best will the cost can far exceed the effort. Repairs can be done on site without having to remove the window but it’s always better to remove the window and work with it on the workbench. Matching old glass with new is sometimes a difficult one, but there are very good likenesses in colour and textures which if done professionally will look and seem authentic, this is again somethin

Learn Something New!! Classes for 2015

The new studio room is complete!.. And I am super happy with it. It was an idea I had to use a small room downstairs in our house, for those cold and dark nights, and for doing small projects, and of course for teaching. I have a studio in the garden too, which I need for my window commissions it’s a great space for classes and for the mucky work, no fancy wallpaper, or bespoke lighting, or large TV, but it’s wonderful for the Summer months, and plus my chicken coop is right near it, so they keep me company along with my dogs.. All of my classes are small and very informal, I take great pride in making your day something that is not only full of hands on creative joy but also lots of fun, wi

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