Lindi Schneck

By on February 17, 2010
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Lindi SchneckThirty years ago Lindi received a Stained Glass Lamp Kit as a Christmas gift from her brother. Little did she conceive that she would one day start a stained glass business as a result, not to mention branching into making jewelry!

For relaxation from the tedious glass work Lindi has been creating for nineteen years, she started ‘playing’ with glass fusing. Her husband, Larry Haefner, insisted that she find something to do with the numerous nuggets and glass pieces that were accumulating all over her shop. The answer came three years ago, when Lindi took a wire wrapping class with Dale ‘Cougar’ Armstrong and learned how to incorporate all of those glass pieces into beautiful, wire jewelry designs.

Lindi displays her work in local gift shops and boutiques, as well as in juried art shows and at bridal fairs. Her favorite jewelry venue is her own ‘Stained Glass by Lindi’ studio, located in Williamsport, PA. Lindi is an awesome, stained-glass artist who also enjoys being one of ‘Cougar’s’ teaching assistants at various jewelry-making events.

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    Janet Cozzens

    August 24, 2010 at 10:14 am

    I was wondering if Lindi is interested in selling some of the glass pieces that she makes. My sister makes jewelry with bicycle chain and a cabochon, or something shiny, in the center. We found some of this glass at a local rock and gem show and we would love to get our hands on some round or oval pieces. I do not know how difficult it would be to form the pieces into round or oval Cabohons if you will, but I would love to find out 1) if it is possible, and 2) if she would be willing to sell the pieces of glass by themselves.
    I would love to be able to wrap some of these gorgeous pieces with wire myself! The colors are magnificent and the pieces would be lovely to work with!

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