Hot Glass Bead Making
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About the Course
Come and make original glass beads to create your own unique jewellery!
Join glass bead artist Sarah Cordingley for a wonderfully creative, fun-filled workshop learning the great techniques for making lampwork glass beads. This workshop is suitable for complete beginners and those wanting to improve their skills. During this half day session, Sarah will take you through bead making techniques, . Using colours you have picked yourself from our glass store, you will end the session having made your own unique glass beads which will be made up into a beautiful piece of jewellery.
Choose from workshops in -
Frit and wraps
Dots and Twists
stripes and encasing
Your beads will be annealed in the kiln and will be available for you to collect the following week or we can post your beads to you for a small charge. Torch time is available at an hourly rate once you’ve graduated!
courses run from 10am- 1pm or 2pm-5pm
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
The courses are held at Studio 14 on the site of the Red House Glass Cone, near Stourbridge in the heart of the Glass Quarter. You can spend some time looking around the site, glass blowing demonstrations are held weekend afternoons. There is also a coffee shop on site but tea and coffee will be provided
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Course Start DatesSunday 2nd December 2018
Sunday 13th January 2019
Sunday 10th February 2019
Saturday 16th February 2019
Sunday 3rd March 2019
Sunday 24th March 2019
Sunday 7th April 2019
Saturday 11th May 2019
- Accessible by public transport
- Disabled access
- Suitable for beginners
- Suitable for events & groups
- Suitable for stag and hen dos
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