Stained Glass II: Intermediate Lead Techniques

Instructor: Lenneke Verweij
March 29-31
Friday: 6:30-8:30pm
Saturday: 9-5pm
Sunday: 9-3pm
Room 117 Williams Building
$235 plus $60 materials fee (glass is purchased seperately)
Prerequisite: Stained Glass I: Basic Lead Techniques

In this class you will learn the importance of design and creating stability in the construction of a larger window. We will cover the difference between lead and zinc, and discuss the sizes and strengths needed for projects. The window from your first class was just a starting point for what you are able to learn and build. Before the workshop, Lenneke will consult with you on your project, offer advice on the design, and help you purchase your glass.

Weekend Schedule

Friday 6:30-8:30pm

  • Selecting and copying a pattern
  • Cutting the pattern out of Bristol board

Saturday 9am-5pm

  • Cutting the pattern pieces in coloured glass
  • Laying out the pattern and lead bars

Sunday 9am-3pm

  • Finishing Saturday’s work
  • Soldering
  • Mudding the joints


The $60 materials fee includes the lead and zinc, and the use of tools in the workshop. Glass is purchased seperately through Lenneke at Hands On Art, and the cost will depend on the size of your project and the colours you choose. Lenneke will contact you after you have registered.

Students should also bring:

  • One lightweight poster board 
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • 12 or 18 inch ruler
  • Sharpie fine tip black marker
  • Hammer
  • Rags
  • Safety glasses
  • Rubber gloves
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