Stained glass courses, classes and workshops are taught all across the UK and remain a popular craft. Stained glass courses for beginners as well as experienced glass artists. Stained glass courses cover glass scoring and cutting, soldering (usually using copper foil), leading and assembling as well as the exploring of beautiful design, colour and use of light. If you have ever been inspired by one of the numerous examples of stained glass on show in churches and buildings across the UK, stained glass could be perfect course for you.
A relaxed, fun and informal way to learn about the art of Stained Glass, in a small class setting, with a very experienced tutor.
This intensive weekend course will outline the techniques involved in making leaded glass windows, showing the many different types and colours of glass available and highlighting the techniques used to achieve different effects. The emphasis will be on practical work, with lots of demonstrations, with each student completing their panel by...
This beginners course will teach you all the techniques necessary to design and create your own stained glass 'leaded light' panels .Learn to design workable patterns, cutting glass, leading and soldering. After the first of two projects, the materials for the second panel will be charged at cost price.
By the end of the course you will be able to
design patterns suitable for stained glass leaded lights
handle and cut glass confidently
Delve into our time-friendly & in-depth workshops in fused glass, with a maximum of 8 people per session there's enough time to come to terms with using all the tools & materials needed to get designing and making a piece of work both functional & decorative.
With roughly 30minutes set on practise the entirety of the day is based on helping you create a variety of homeware, from Images to frame, 40cm+ Bowls, sets of...
A weekend course in making a stained glass window. In this time we will make two small stained glass panels. Learn to cut glass from a cartoon, lead up, solder and cement using tools and techniques used in making all stained glass windows. Classes are held on the last weekend of the month throughout the year. Group bookings are available and other dates are possible. 10.00am - 4.00pm Saturday and Sunday.
This is the perfect course for people wanting to dip their toes into the world of stained glass.
It's a great course for beginners.
We have large selection of designs to choose from and a wide variety of glass. All students are taught about design, how to cut out glass, use grinders, foiling, soldering and of course how to finish off.
This course enables beginners or those that would like to brush up on basic...
- Next course on 30th November 2019
Yorkshire based Glass artist Caryl Hallet will lead a session on how to select, cut and join stained glass using copper foiling methods, enabling you to make your own Christmas Tree forest to take home.
Skelton Grange is a beautiful, light eco-building set in a nature reserve with ponds, meadows, woodland, vegetable garden & fruit orchard. If the weather is inviting, you are very welcome to enjoy your lunch or cup of tea outdoors and...
Come along to the Forest of Dean and spend the day with me in my workshop, creating a small stained glass window using the copper foil technique. Learn the skills of cutting glass, soldering, foiling and edging in lead. You will finish with a colourful window panel to display in your home.
Classes begin at 9.30 and finish around 4pm.
Learn the basic skills of copper-foiled glass in a day and leave with your 15cm square panel to keep - optionally this month, create a Christmas decoration instead. Maximum three people (reductions for group booking).
! Not suitable for children or pregnant women !
The course is taught in a small dedicated stained glass studio, all the tools and materials are provided to learn the basic skills of copper-foiled glass so that by the end...
A two day course which will incorporate fused glass into an A4 sized stained glass panel.
The first day is spend designing the panel and creating the fused glass elements.
The second day will be spend creating the panel, leading the fused glass pieces with traditional stained glass.
Many people who attend my courses fall in love with the coral bowl and I understand why. They are just so stunning and the shapes so interesting.
On this course you will be able to make your own coral bowl in either blues, greens, yellows or browns for your own home or give to someone as a gift.
You will be taught how to score and cut glass and practice scoring and cutting on float...