Care to share your putty recipe?
> Yes, Elizabeth, there afew things that I wouldn't do. Especially the
> putty recipe, mines the best I've come across yet! By the way, it's NOT
> my page, but came across whilst browsing.
> * * Pebble in Boulder * *
> > Saw a couple of things that might need changing
> > 1. " The novice needs minimal practice to develop a feel for scoring
> > and breaking out."
> > Minimal practice??? Not in my experience of teaching. although some
> > people seem to 'cotton on' quickly more than half need lots of
> > practice to 'develop the feel'.
> > 2. "The traditional way to hold the glass cutter is between index and
> > middle fingers with the thumb and index finger on the flat spots of
> > the cutter handle. This will be ideal for the best control and > > vision."
> > It may be the traditional way to hold the old style of cutter but not
> > I would suggest the way to hold every other type of cutter! Why no
> > mention of how to hold other cutters than the oldfashioned cutter?
> > Imagine holding a pistol grip cutter between the index and middle > > finger?!? > >
> > Apart from that I would not hesitate to direct enquirers to your page
> > for info if they couldnt get into our shop or visit an experienced
> > glasscutter for help and advice.
> > Elizabeth in UK