weekly glass fusing classes in Kent with Bullseye glass

2 day glass fusing experience course for beginners and improvers

2 day glass fusing experience course- two days of bliss!

10am – 5pm each day; £190 per person.

Treat yourself to the perfect creative 2 day break. You’ll enjoy two days playing with float glass and then with Bullseye fusing glass on our midweek two day glass fusing experience.

You’ll  be in a small group in our Kent studio, with a range of techniques and materials to try out.

Enjoy an in depth course in glass fusing, trying both full fusing and tack (contour) fusing. You’ll choose from a wide range of sheet glass, frit, stringers, confetti and our very own “funky frit balls”. You can make flat items, window hangings & / or 3D objects such as bowls or stand-up plaques. Things made the first day may be ready for you to take home on the second day. This depends if the kiln is cool enough to open though,  & isn’t guaranteed.

We will fuse your creations during and after your course. You can come back to collect them or we can post them to you (this typically costs around £7 depending on its size & weight).

Materials, refreshments and lunches are included; dichroic glass can be purchased if required. There are some lovely little B&Bs within walking distance in our beautiful village. Why not make the most of the spring and enjoy a creative break with us.

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Date

17 Apr 2020 - 18 Apr 2020

Time

10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Cost

£190

Labels

Beginners,
Improvers

Location

Creative Retreats and Holidays
Tollgate Cottage, Maidstone Rd Chilham, Canterbury CT4 8DD, UK
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a student having a good time making fused glass on a glass fusing day courseThis stained glass mosaic picture of a hare gazing up at the sun will look great when it's finished. Here the pieces are being glued onto the glass backing.