Come and join us in this fantastic workshop and create you own hand made glass flower. Spend time relaxing and enjoy your creativity flow while trying something new.
Our tutor Katherine Wilson will guide you through the step by step process, giving you the opportunity to get hands on with your glass creation.
You will learn to cut glass and once you have your flower shape you will then use a wide variety of accessory glass including glassline paint, crushed glass and glass rods to decorate your flower. The final stage is making the mould to create its unique shape. Your flower will then be fired and fitted with a copper stem for you to position in your garden or place in a vase.
Perfect for beginners, glass cutting is involved. You will make one unique flower which will be 9cm in diameter and 30cm height.
Outline of your session
10am Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Katherine
Introduction to working with materials and glass
Start to work on designing
Continue where you left off
Your unique piece will then be taken away by Katherine to be fired and ready for pick up or be posted to you (a small charge for postage) in 1 weeks time.
A self employed designer and maker of traditional stained glass contemporary glass pieces. Katherine prides herself on creating pieces that show the clarity and colour of glass, using simple shapes and bold colour combinations. Her focus is on creating functional pieces, which can be worn everyday or used in the home.
To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
Please note – all materials and refreshments including snack are included in the workshop price. Nothing to remember to bring, just yourself, it couldn’t be easier! So book now.
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