There are some tricks to cutting these complex shapes with wheeled nippers, but beginners and pros can easily use the techniques shown in this video.
To tile around curves you can use a technique called Keystoning. This allows the tiles to sit next to each other without any gaps between them. When executed well your grout lines will run parallel and you won’t have a triangular space between the tiles. Learn how to mosaic @ The Mosaic Store www.themosaicstore.com.au
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First off, what is keystoning? Keystoning is a cutting technique used on square tesserae being laid along a curve, that eliminates the problem "v" shaped gaps which otherwise occurs. Read rest at