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Spooled lead means no more twisted lengths of came
Easy to store, takes up less space in your studio
15 lbs. No extra boxing or shipping charges.
"Hobby Came" measurements - perfect size for nightlights and small projects
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This item: Spooled Lead - 5/64" Round U Came by Cascade Lead Products Ltd
Spooled lead is easy to use and easy to store! No more bulky boxes to store or twisted lengths of came. This revolutionary new method of storing and dispensing lead will make your glass work easier than ever! With spooled lead there are also no extra boxing or shipping charges.
RU lead came. Face measures 5/64". Standard 5/32" channel. Approximately 411 feet long; spool weighs 15 pounds.
5/64" RU came is also known as hobby came. Hobby came has an extremely narrow face, allowing hobbyist to put a lead finish around small glass projects like suncatchers and stained glass night lights. Images below shows a finished precut night light kits finished with hobby came.
Heres our list of 5 Favorite New Items from the February 2013 edition of Stained Glass News. 1. Snowflake Casting Molds from Colour de Verre With the new premium mold from Colour de Verre you can make incredibly detailed, beautiful snowflakes. There are so many ways you can use these snowflakes. Hang them on their own (they are light) or incorporate them into projects. We’re excited about how creative you can get making the snowflakes – depending on the size of frit and firing temperature. LOVE them with dichroic. Check out the mold and free project sheets posted on our website. You won’t believe the gallery quality of the pieces you can create. 2. Barefoot Tools are Back and Better Than Ever. Powder Vibe Electric Mandrel Spinner The Bearfoot Tools line has some of our customers favorite
In 1979, a journey began. Thats the year Janet Schrader began working with glass, and she was immediately hooked. "Color is a very important part of who I am, so finding all the properties of changing color in glass has held my interest for many years. I love how glass changes color depending not only on the light source but also that it changes from morning to night as the light quality changes." Around 1988, Janet encountered dichroic glass for the first time, and fusing became the new focus of her glass art – launching her successful line of handmade jewelry which she sold nation-wide. Janets one-of-a-kind stained glass, jewelry and fused art have been met with enthusiasm, and winning awards including 1st and 2nd prize in the professional artist category for "Fusion/Cast/Kiln" work at the 2012 Glass Craft and Bead Expo in Las Vegas.
Here at Delphi, we love a good reason to celebrate. With the Holiday Season still looming weeks away, we were feeling anxious for a bit of excitement now. The good news? There are lots of lesser known “holidays” scattered throughout the year if you only look for them. (September includes a favorite of ours; National Talk Like a Pirate Day.) We needed another zany mood boost to get us through… That’s how we found this gem It’s National Pet Peeve Week. In honor of this "holiday" we thought long and hard about what really gets under our skin and pushes our buttons while working on projects. Check out our top glass art pet peeves, and the simple solutions sure to put a smile back on your face. Pet Peeve Disappearing Marker Lines Solution Mark Stay II saves the day. Just