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working on a new design that she hopes
will be accepted in a show. It's of a
stunning portrait of our daughter taken
when she was attending beauty school.
the portrait she's working from.
think it's rather intriguing.
shot some video of another technique for
making holes in glass for a future
demonstrated a technique for signing our
glass that will become a future
we showed how to use a ring saw and this
month we show how to drill holes in stained
glass. I got an e-mail from an artist
wanting to know how to drill a hole in
glass. That prompted me to do a video
demonstrating the process.
Holes In Glass
drilling a hole in glass you'll need a diamond
drill bit that fits in a regular drill motor.