About the Course
Every weekend at Mudchute Park & Farm.
Learn the ancient art of stained glass in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and make your own panel to display in your home.
Whether you're a beginner who's never handled glass or someone who has approached this craft before, Stephen will follow your every step and make sure you leave with a stained glass panel you'll be proud of.
Stephen is a stained glass artist who loves a modern approach and strives on creativity. He constantly challenges himself by thinking up new designs like the cube lamp, one of his most original creations.
He was a consultant on the making of the pilot episode for "Craft: I Made This", on Channel 4 in which show host Clemency Green built one of his original terrariums.
He's also taken part in an an episode of "Crafty Beggars In The House" and made a demonstration piece for hosts Julie Peasgood and Wendy Turner Webster.
During your one day class you'll get the chance to choose between leading or Tiffany foiling style; we have over 60 designs to pick from so you can make a panel that's about A4 size and of a maximum of 15 pieces.
Or you can opt to make a small mirror about 20x20cm inclusive of stained glass frame.
Stephen will teach you how to use each tool as well as glass cutting, grinding, leading or foiling and soldering your piece together.
Classes are conducted in groups of max 6 people, this allows you to have a more personal learning experience as Stephen will be able to follow your progress and teach on a more one-2-one basis.
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?
Tools and materials are included in the course.
Snacks, tea and coffee and water are provided.
Mudchute Park & Farm has its own Cafè and their products are all farm sourced and of high quality.
You're more than welcome to bring your own snacks and packed lunch.
The nearest shop is Asda, close to Crossharbour DLR Station, which is the closest to the farm.
Please note: During the class we recommend you wear comfortable clothing and shoes (no open toes).
Such an amazing day learning how to make a stained glass panel. Tuition was thorough but really relaxed. I learnt tons and such a great day. I’ll definitely be back.
Hayley Sandford - - #19533
Response from Coat of Glass Studio:Thank you for the lovely feedback. We look forward to welcoming you again!
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