on our Covid secure glass fusing for Christmas course, the class's creations are in the kiln

Glass fusing for Christmas 2022- Sunday course with festive nibbles & fizz £119

It’s never too early to start making things for Christmas, so join us for our first glass fusing for Christmas 2022 course. It’ll take place in our spacious Chilham studio, near Canterbury. Whether snowmen and funky penguins are your thing or if you’re more into doves and nativity scenes, you’re equally welcome.

Come and explore warm glass with us, using both float glass and then Bullseye fusing glass. A generous quantity of materials, lunch and refreshments are included. You’ll impress 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’ll teach you and 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.

What can I make?

On your glass fusing for Christmas 2022 Sunday course, you could make decorations, gifts for friends and family, family heirlooms… Kiln carving will allow you to make festive coasters or a stand-up decoration, while tack fusing will let you make all sorts of fun decorations. The choice is yours; make several smaller items or perhaps a couple of bigger things.

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).

Will you be playing Christmas music?

That’s entirely up to you! We’ll ask. Some people love it, other people will think that October is far too early!

What about the nibbles and the fizz?

As an added bonus we’ll have a selection of Christmassy treats and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic fizz for after you’ve finished your glass creations- if you can tear yourself away from the studio, that is!



09 Oct 2022


10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Taster Day
This fused glass platter and small glass dishes are an example of what you can make using glass fusing techniques.This 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.