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jes



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Registered: October 2007
Location: duluth minnesota
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My friend has a soft glass studio, I have been working boro everyday and have hot shop tools I like to use for practice, so when I come to the furnace now I feel the practice is really working because I can go for shapes and color and the turn out and people seem receptive of my larger scale items too, it is so fun, I just need more practice practice practice. jes
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