We just made this horseshoe for a donation to The Alberta Horseshoe Pitchers Association who are having a Provincial horseshoe tournament this August 2013.
We used Spectrum’s Black Waterglass for the horseshoe and Amber Spectrum’s for the horse.
A number of years ago a neighbor brought us this old wooden frame stained glass window. Fortunately the only glass broken in it was one of the center frosted (Glue Chip) pieces of glass. While the wooden frame looks flimsy it was quite solid and our clients wanted to leave it as is. Replacing the one piece of broken glass was not a big issue, but over the years and numerous coats of paint, the colored glass become speckled or had a substantial amount of paint on it. The only way to remove that paint from that rough textured glass was to pick it off little by little with an X-Acto knife, ensuring that we did not scratch this old glass. After this detailed cleaning we then polished the glass, restoring it to it’s original beauty.
Here is another color combination of the quilt block we made in 2007. With snow on the ground even on a dull winter day stained glass will brighten your home.
We made this simple, yet elegant Butterfly Cluster in June 2013 and donated it as a door prize for The Official Visit Innisfail Chapter # 37 of The Order of Eastern Star.
In 2007 we made this Quilt Block use Bullseye (Red), Spectrum (White) and the Gold came from an old broken window, which we rescued before being disposed of.