A happy customer collects his creations after his glass fusion class in Kent, near Ashfords

Saturday glass fusing day course for beginners

NEWS: This course is being rescheduled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We’ll rearrange it to suit the people who’ve already booked. Keep an eye on the website for details in due course, as the dust settles and life returns to some semblance of normality…


Make the most of your weekend with a Saturday glass fusing day course in our spacious Kent studio. Why not bring a friend too!

Come and explore warm glass with us, using both float glass and then Bullseye fusing glass. On your Saturday glass fusing day course, a generous quantity of materials, lunch and refreshments are included. 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 day course, you can make coasters, small dishes, a window hanging & / or even art for your garden. The choice is yours; make several smaller items or perhaps a couple of bigger things. Included in the cost of the course is a generous amount of float (window) glass for your first project and then enough Bullseye fusing glass to make something up to 20 x 20cm!

Your glass will be fused after your course. You’re welcome to collect it or it can be posted to you. This typically costs around £7 depending on its size & weight.

Where do I park?

There’s plenty of free parking on the drive outside the studio. There’s even a free car park just across the road as well!

What time does the course start?

The course will start at 10am with tea, coffee and pastries, as we know that some people travel quite a way for our courses. We’ll finish at around 5pm & there’ll be a lunch break with a home-cooked lunch & an optional tea / coffee break in the afternoon too.

What should I wear?

Definitely not sandals or flipflops! Have a quick look at our website – basically any closed in and comfortable footwear, clothes that aren’t too precious & glasses if you need them. Oh, and a smile!


28 Mar 2020


10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Taster Day
Escaping the pressures life on a Glass Fusing Lent Retreata student having a good time making fused glass on a glass fusing day course