Following on from a first day of glass fusing, an improver student makes a lovely glass picture of Durdle Door in Dorset

Fused creative glass follow-on day in a small group, £119 pp

This fused creative glass follow-on day is perfect for anyone who’s done some glass fusing before and would like to take it further. Our small class size (max. 4 people) means that you’ll make great progress, as you’ll get whatever help you need. It also allows for social distancing.

Let us help you take your glass fusing to the next level. Perhaps try some more advanced glass cutting than you’ve had the courage to try before. How about experimenting with reactive effects, kiln carving or working with inclusions (things other than glass) between layers of Bullseye glass? If you have any particular things you’d like to try, drop us a line or give us a ring.

What can I make?

You can make coasters, small dishes, fruit bowls, window hangings, pictures to frame or even art for your garden. The choice is yours; the smaller the items, the more you can make. (Why not have a look at our Facebook page & see what our previous visitors have made? Note that some of them are regular weekly visitors, especially the people making huge things!)

On the weekly classes, students pay for their own glass, while on this fused creative glass follow-on day the cost of the glass is included for a coloured item up to 20 x 20cm (or several smaller things) plus float (window) glass for your first (practise) item. If you’d like to make something larger, you can pay for the extra glass; if you’re hoping to make something massive, do please speak to us first!

Your glass will be fused after your course and can be collected or posted to you (this typically costs around £7 depending on its size & weight). If you’re planning to make something massive, you may need to collect it!


26 Nov 2021


10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Single Course
on our Covid secure glass fusing for Christmas course, the class's creations are in the kilnA happy customer collects his creations after his glass fusion class in Kent, near Ashfords