Glass fusing days – the perfect way to spend the school holidays.

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We have spaces on our glass fusing day course on Sunday 5th August. It’s ideal both for beginners and people who’ve done a bit of glass work before but would like to do more.

We use Bullseye fusing glass, so you’ll have a wide range of glass to choose from. “Too much choice” is the usual refrain!

You’ll be greeted with pastries and fresh tea & coffee, & have a quick look through the process of fusing – what happens to the glass in the kiln. After that, we’ll head into the purposed designed studio and get to grips with glass cutting. Even experienced glass cutters often pick up useful tips!

Experiment with float (window) glass for your first fused creation, before we switch to Bullseye fusing glass- a riot of colour and form. You’ll have the chance to experiment with glass confetti as well as stringers, frit and funky frit balls.

All of these can be combined to make your very own designs- one off unique creations to treasure, birthday and Christmas presents; it’s up to you!

You’ll soon be cutting glass with confidence and will amaze yourself with what you create. You’ll get to put your own work into the (cool) kiln ready for fusing. It takes around 24 hours in the kiln, plus another 24 hours slumping if you’d like to make something 3D like a bowl, trinket dish or a stand-up plaque.  You can choose to  either come back to collect your work once it’s fused, or we can post it to you for a small extra charge.

Book your place via the website here or over the phone on 01227 730598.

Here are some pictures from last weekend’s taster day. Two couples joined us, none of whom had ever cut a piece of glass before. They had a fantastic time and are now planning their next course with us!

Cutting thin strips of blue glass for a fused coral glass bowl

Deb’s making a coral bowl, with some help from her husband who’s cutting some strips of Bullseye fusing glass for her.


Two students on a glass fusing day are washing their glass so that it doesn't devitrify in the kiln. Clean glass is really important when you're fusing.

Wish you were here on our glass fusing taster day? We’re having a great time!See what they made in just a day!

Students' glass creations in the kiln after fusing. Four people had a great time on the warm glass taster day near Canterbury

Fused glass created by glass fusing beginners on a glass fusing taster day