Course Start DatesThursday 6th February 2020
About the Course
Working with a range of decorative fusible glass types, you will develop an understanding of glass fusing which enable you to make stunning jewellery.
You will experiment with colour, shape, bubble pens and other decorative items to create pendants, earrings and cuff links. You will be taught to use dichroic glass which adds a bit of magic dazzle to fused jewellery.
Everything you need to make your finished pieces is included in the course, including the jewellery findings.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Your course includes:
Use of our fully equipped glass studio
A maximum of four students
All the tools and materials you need
Access to our extensive glass art and design library
Refreshments throughout and lunch
Course notes to take away
Kiln firing of your work
An incredible experience. Jenny is so enthusiatic and knowledgable you can't help but enjoy eveything this course has to offer. I was fortunate enough to have Jenny to myself on this course and it really was awonderful two days. I'm amazed at how much I made over 2 days. The time went so quickly it was hard to leave. I will definitely go again to cheshire school of glass art.
Lisa Mack - - #18505
The course is two days of escapism. I had no idea working with glass was so relaxing and absorbing. Thank you Jenny. I will be back to do the fusing course. It's addictive.
Roseanne Turner - - #18187
This was absolutely outstanding. Jen is an excellent teacher, able to answer any question and offer all encouragement as well. It was a fantastic 2 days in which I was able to try both microwave and conventional kiln firing.
David Maddison - - #17999
An Excellent course! There were 4 of us on the course and we had such a good time. It was 2 days of indulgence and relaxing. Their were a lot of materials including dicroich glass. Jenny gave all of us jewellery findings for our work and showed us how to attach them. Lunch and drinks provided in abundance. I will definitely be purchasing a microwave kiln , which we tried... although most of our work was fired in a conventional kiln for speed.
Jan Green - - #16650
Great course! Thank you, it was great value for money too.
Rachel Swash - - #16089
What a great day! A friend and I booked this. We live in stockport, so it was close enough for us to drive over to Frodsham for the day. The workshop was really lovely. We had lots of materials to use in every colour needed and lots of dicroich glass to play with! We learnt to programme the kiln, not that I could remember how to do it again! Jenny gave us firing temperature notes though! Jenny also introduced us to Microwave kilns . I had never heard of them, so i and Lucy may buy on between us. Jenny gave us loads of jewellery findings to put our pieces on. Two very happy customers!
Amy Williams - - #16088
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