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Flowers In Glass

Create a beautiful glass panel which incorporates your favourite flowers.

Bring along a small selection of dried flowers and learn how to press and sandwich these between layers of glass.

Add coloured glass as a surround. Use copper foil and solder to secure in place to form a beautiful glass hanging to take home.

Size of finished panel will be approx. 17cms x 19cms.

Tutor will supply most materials. This cost is included in your fee.

Students are asked to bring along their own choice of dried flowers as fresh flowers will cause mould in the glass.

This workshop is suitable for both beginners and improvers.

Date Thursday 22nd February 2024
Tutor Jennifer Brewer
Time 9.30am – 12.30pm
Ref 3446
Fees £65
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Copper Foiled Glass Lightcatchers

Spend a fun half day making a beautiful coloured glass light catcher.

Cut jewel like coloured and textured glass and then grind and foil each piece before soldering together to create your light catcher.

Wonderful to hang at any window reflecting the varying lights of the seasons.

Students are encouraged to bring along ideas for potential designs, but your tutor will supply ideas if you feel unsure.

Tutor will provide enough materials for you to make one glass hanging. This cost is included in your course fee.

This workshop is suitable for both beginners and improvers.

Date Thursday 22nd February 2024
Tutor Jennifer Brewer
Time 1.30pm – 4.30pm
Ref 3451
Fees £65
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Fused Glass Garden Critters

Glass is the perfect material to brighten up your garden all year round. Why not come and create your own unique “Garden Critter” to cheer up your flower beds or to add a bit of fun to a pot or tub. Once fused the glass is frost proof so can be left outside during the winter, although you may want to bring them inside to cheer up your houseplants!

Use your imagination to create fun and quirky critters on glass stakes to go into soil. These could include snails, birds, caterpillars, hedgehogs and ladybirds.  Samples will be available for you to reference and materials will be provided for you to make 2 critters. You will be taught how to safely cut and handle glass, and how to assemble your pieces ready for firing.

Your glass will be fired and posted back to you within 2 weeks. An additional £8 fee will be payable on the day for postage.

Should you wish to make additional items an additional fee of £5 per item will be payable to your tutor.

This workshop is suitable for both beginners and improvers.

Date Wednesday 6th March 2024
Tutor Suzanne Bunce
Time 10.00am to 12.30pm
Ref 3462
Fees £60
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Introduction To Stained Glass
COURSE FULL

An introduction to the skills behind the craft of church windows. Have a fast but fun filled day learning how to use coloured glass, lead cames, solder and leaded light cement to create your own wonderful small panel to take home.

Students are encouraged to bring along ideas for potential designs, but your tutor will supply ideas if you feel unsure.

Finished panel is approximately 17cms x 25cms.

Tutor will provide all materials for this workshop. This cost is included in your fee.

This workshop is suitable for both beginners and improvers.

A light lunch will be provided.

Date Thursday 14th March 2024
Tutor Jennifer Brewer
Time 9.30am – 4.30pm
Ref 3445
Fees £95
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Copper Foiled Glass Bunting

On this half day workshop you will have the opportunity to create a beautiful strand of copper foiled glass bunting.

Learn how to safely handle and cut your chosen pieces of coloured glass, grind the edges and then foil them using copper tape.

The final stage will be to solder the pieces together to form your triangle. You can create three different triangles that can be left as individual hangings or tie them together to form a lovely bunting.  

This workshop is suitable for both beginners and improvers

Tutor will provide all materials for this workshop. This cost is included in your fee.

Date Thursday 28th  March  2024
Tutor Jennifer Brewer
Time 9.30am – 12.30pm
Ref 3448
Fees £65
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Painted, Stained Glass Panel  - Three Day Course

An exciting three day workshop where you will design and make a beautiful, painted and stained glass panel.

Learn how to combine coloured glass, glass paints, lead cames, solder and leaded light cement to create a unique panel to take home.

Day one:
Learn how to create a simple design template for your panel and then how to safely cut coloured and textured glass to fit.

Day two:
Learn how to mix and apply black and brown stained glass paints. You will start by practising on spare pieces of glass before using these techniques on several of the cut  pieces from your design. These pieces will be fired in the glass kiln overnight making the painted detail permanent on your glass.

Day three:
Assemble all of your prepared glass pieces and lead these together to form your unique panel. This will be ready to take home at the end of your workshop.

Finished Panel approximately 20cms x 30cms

Some glass experience is preferred for this workshop.

Tutor will provide all materials for this workshop. This cost is included in your fee.

A light lunch will be provided on each day of the course.

Date Tuesday 16th April 2024
Wednesday 17th April 2024
Thursday 18th April 2024
Tutor Jennifer Brewer
Time 10.00am – 4.00pm
Ref 3450
Fees £265
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Glass Lantern

Learn the traditional techniques of cutting glass, copper foiling and soldering to create beautiful panels for this simple lantern.

Choose your own jewel like coloured glass pieces from a selection of offcuts and learn how to cut these glass shapes to fit your blank, panel template. You will then be shown how to grind, foil and solder each panel to create unique sides for your lantern.

This lantern can be used indoors and outdoors with either a candle or a tea light.

Students will be given one black metal lantern to work with and can create panels for two sides.

Lantern dimensions are approximately:  height 25cms X width 12.5cms x depth 12.5cms.

We recommend that students have some previous glass cutting experience or that you have attended one or more of Jennifer’s glass workshops.

Tutor will provide all materials for this workshop. This cost is included in your fee.

A light lunch will be provided.

Date Thursday 16th May 2023
Tutor Jennifer Brewer
Time 9.30am - 4.30pm
Ref 3452
Fees £95
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