Glass fusing classes & stained glass courses restarting in May

Fused glass Easter experience, Easter Monday

Celebrate Easter Monday with a fused glass Easter experience in our Kent studio. It’s the perfect way to make the most of your bank holiday either on your own or with friends. You might even get to see our huge magnolia tree smothered in blossom, just outside the studio. We’re situated in the beautiful medieval village of Chilham, midway between Ashford, Canterbury and Faversham- all great places to spend your long weekend.

Come and explore glass fusing with us, using both float glass and then Bullseye fusing glass. A generous quantity of materials, lunch and refreshments are included. Surprise yourself with what you can create! Artistic ability is useful but by no means essential.

If you’ve not played with glass before, don’t worry. We love teaching beginners and will soon have you cutting with confidence. You can even make something beautiful without cutting glass at all! We have a wide range of colourful sheet glass, frit, stringers (think “glass spaghetti”) and more. Come and be spoiled for choice.

If you’re a seasoned glass artist, you’ll be able to be more adventurous in what you make. We don’t restrict you to offcuts & if you’d like to make something larger than 17 x 17cm from Bullseye glass, we can just charge you for the extra materials (within limits!)

What can I make?

On our fused glass Easter experience, you can make coasters, small dishes, window hangings or even art for your garden. The choice is yours; the smaller the items, the more you can make. (If you’re planning to make a cooker splashback, we’ll ask you to book a private course!)

Your glass will be fused after your course and can be collected or posted to you. Postage typically costs around £8 depending on its size & weight.


10 Apr 2023


10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Single Course,
Taster Day
photo of copper foiled swan panel being soldered on a two day stained glass course in KentThis 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.