It worked!!. I used my last green plate my sister found at the Ocean Grove op shop and melted it through a hand woven frame with large holes for the glass to drip through. As you can see the results are exactly what I was hoping for.
I sent this image with a pic of one of my first sculptures using this technique into the Toyota Spirit Gallery Exihibition and both pieces got in. So I am a little bit excited!!!!
Now I cannot decide to do today, Liz gave me the best green plate completely different to any glass plate I have seen before, so I think I’ll weave another frame. This one I will use more threads connected from the piece to the frame I hand it from in the kiln. I try to be symmetrical, but it seems impossible, every thing I do has a lean. This can be amusing especially when I make furniture , as most men will look and ponder for a while and then proceed to tell me what to do to make it more stable. It would be great if one of them would volunteer to actually do the work. But I figure if I need a table I’ll make one, and if its slightly not level, its better than not having one at all.