The club has the following video training tapes that are available for member use:
- Solder Made Easy
- Solder Magic
- Making Stained Glass Windows
- Instructions On Making A Kaleidoscope
- Mosaics Made Easy
The videos are kept in the Tool Room, locked cabinet, and cupboard. You can ask the monitor for the key. Only 1 video may be checked out per loan period. The loan period is for 7 days. A check deposit of $25.00, made out to the Club, is to be left in the designated envelope for each tape. The member’s check will be returned to Club Member when the tape is returned. Put the member’s name and date on the sign-out sheet for the video being checked out. Place the check in the designated envelope and attach to sign-out sheet.
BE SURE TO REWIND TAPE BEFORE RETURNING. On returning the video, the member should put the tape back in the Tool Room closet and sign their initials and date of return on the sign-out sheet for that particular video.
The club has a vast library of books and patterns available for use in the club. The books and patterns are to be used exclusively in the club only. If you find a pattern you like in the library, please make a copy and return the original to the library. In addition to the paper patterns, the club also has a computer with digital patterns as well.
Patterns are found in the tall filing cabinet near the back door of the club. There are labels on the front of each drawer indicating what kind of patterns are available. Within the drawer there are labeled file folders for themes such as “angels”, “animals”, etc.. When removing patterns, please remember to return the pattern to it’s respective folder.
Glass Eye Computer Patterns
The club has a computer on the front desk for use by members who have been trained on “Glass Eye” software. Glass Eye has 100s of patterns that you can choose from and use to base your own designs. If you are interested in using Glass Eye, put your name on the Glass Eye Training signup sheet on the front desk in the club. You can check out more about Glass Eye by visiting the Glass Eye Web Site.
The book titles are too large to list here, but check them out in our library.