Katy, by now you probably know how to cut it. Because it has a slight texture on both sides and seems dense it is a little harder to cut than most. I just use a little more down pressure on my cutter. Been using it for a time now and love the sparkle. It fuses beautifully. I have used it for many pendants and pendant/earring sets. You can visit my site at http://www.glassfusingcreations.com and see some of the pendants with adventurine if you like. I just joined or would have sent this sooner. Hope this helps you. Linda
Paradoxically, too much pressure at the scoring stage can cause problems when breaking. So a difficult to cut glass may need less pressure than you normally use – as you may be using too much pressure alaready. Have a look at the Bullseye website under education where there is a note on cutting pressures.