June, at last the butterflies have made a happy
fluttering appearance! Everything is green and
even the freshly tilled and drilled fields in
The Surrey Hills are sprouting into life! Walking
Floss has never been such a pleasure and long
may it last.
This is another very busy month for me. I will
be making some of my fused glass items which the
Glass Museum in Ely will be selling at their
flower festival at the end of this month.
At the moment I'm working on 2 panels designed
by my customers daughter. These are for their
newly renovated house in Reigate and include local
landmarks and of course The Surrey Hills.
Also later in June we will be putting back newly
restored leaded lights to a beautiful house in
Selborne, Hampshire. It's been such a pleasure
to bring these back to life and the work has included
renovating 6 flat iron casement windows.
Cleaning stained glass is also part of my job
description and I have just heard that later this
year I will be cleaning some of the beautiful
stained glass in Christchurch Coldharbour, Surrey,
the church where I fitted a new stained glass
panel in March.
I am also taking part in a local festival in
July and have been asked to show some of my work
in St James Church, Abinger Common. There is the
most lovely East window there by the late Lawrence
Click here to see it. Details of this event
will be online later this month.
The sun, on the right, is a project I fitted
last week, fused glass and leaded light in Surrey.
Very apt I hope!
course dates are online now! Grab yourself
a half day making some of our unique fused glass
Christmas wreaths and more! Yes, I know, talking
about Christmas already?
See you soon