A big feature in a lovely glossy magazine!

I am enjoying a small moment in the lime light today as I have 4 pages of feature in the gorgeous Making Magazine (Guild of Mastercraftsmen). I have writen them a brief history of the development of stained glass, a walk through of how to make a stained glass panel and a copper foil project for readers to make themselves. The February edition of Making is available in newsagents currently and there are lots of interesting articles and projects to do in there (as well as mine). The general theme of this edition is light.

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2 Responses to “A big feature in a lovely glossy magazine!”


  1. 1 layla January 8, 2011 at 12.48

    feel free to enjoy it, wallow in it – tell us about it! Looks like a really lovely article. Well Done. xx

  2. 2 thesockgarden January 14, 2011 at 12.48

    Hi Amy & Happy New Year! Great news on the article – the pics look brilliant – especially the main page with the hanging heart… and you of course 😉 Shaz x


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