Stained glass supplies, how-to books, stained glass classes and repairs since 1965.
At first I was very suspicious of videotapes (this was before DVDs). Not having a television set, I could see no sense in acquiring one of the machines that one uses to run the tape, because there would be nothing to connect it to, so it seemed rather silly to sit there running a tape which didn't project anywhere, and which, even if it did, very likely covered ground which was better covered by books. But then I happened to visit a friend who had all of the necessary apparatus, and rather than offend him, I agreed to watch one of these videotapes, and soon realized that certain people might benefit by them. We hope you come to the same conclusion.
Of course, videotapes have been replaced by DVDs, which we offer below.
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Videos & DVDs
A simple, easy to understand step-by-step guide to making your first stained glass window project. 50 mins. DVD.
Step-by-step instructions on making lampshades from master lampmaker Joe Porcelli. DVD, 52 minutes.
Three stained glass instruction videos from Vicki Payne combined into one DVD: The Art of Cutting (45 mins.), Art Glass Construction (50 mins.) and Professional Soldering Techniques (60 mins.).