I learned the craft of making stained glass windows way back in high school and have made several projects over the years, too many of which were left behind after my divorce. One project that we have had on display for a while now is the double window in our "green room". This room is a small converted breezeway that now provides access to our enclosed rear porch and whose contents and decor are a mix of my Medieval and Renaissance weapons collection and the corner cabinet and small refrigerator that house our booze. I've shown this double set before but here it is once more:
As some of you know, I recently remodeled my bathroom. One final addition was another window I started quite a while ago and only recently finished. It was not an overly complicated project, but I lost interest in it about 3/4s of the way through and it languished until I managed to rouse enough motivation to finally complete it. To be honest, most of that motivation was a desire TO complete it and thereby put away all the crap associated with making it.
The other day I got it done and secured it into the existing window. Rosa is very happy to have it done, as am I. Here it is: