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hyperT 2017-11-24 5:32am

It's that time of year again.
 
Ok, you have a month to get these made for family and friends.
Start now, they make great Christmas presents.

https://vimeo.com/191735911

Susanlilly1 2017-11-24 4:48pm

Thanks for the tutorial. I'm gonna give 'em a try!

KJohn 2017-11-25 4:37am

Thanks!

Chocake 2017-11-25 10:22am

Love your tuts!! Thank you

trickdog 2017-12-03 8:21pm

Thank you for this!

Crazy Woman 2017-12-04 8:12am

Thank you! Need to go try some of these today!

lilydays 2018-03-28 6:34am

Those are lovely. I always wanted to know the process. Thanks!!!

beadtress38 2018-10-06 6:09am

Going to make some of these for a show next month. I made them a few years ago and they sold well.

Handyann 2018-10-07 3:42am

Has anyone managed to make these in soft glass? They look great but I can see them exploding from lack of heat at the thick end if not in boro. I don't think my little torch would cope!

Beatrix 2018-10-07 9:54am

I've made icicles in soft glass, although I usually make them by splatting into a paddle shape then pulling/twisting. A few have even survived even though I don't have a kiln.

hyperT 2018-10-09 4:50am

Keep it hot!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Handyann (Post 5010006)
Has anyone managed to make these in soft glass? They look great but I can see them exploding from lack of heat at the thick end if not in boro. I don't think my little torch would cope!

You will need to brush back over the thicker parts occasionally as you work.


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