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About the Course
A 2 session course taking place at 1pm - 4pm. This very popular craft is suitable for beginners, Barbara, a local glass artist, takes you through the process to make a mirror, sun catcher or photo frame of your choice. Join us for a creative day, during the first session after choosing your design learn how to cut sheet glass to the shapes you design and grind the edges to make them smooth. The second session you will learn how to cover each piece with copper foil and solder the pieces together using lead solder. Help is provided at all stages and there is a variety of great designs to choose from.
Please be aware that the workshop will be held on the first floor which does not yet have wheelchair access.
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?
A full set of tools per student and a good choice of high quality materials are provided. Colours and designs can be pre-arranged with tutor. A hot drink is available along with the chocolate biscuits!
Thoroughly enjoyed this course and was really pleased with my Suncatcher after the 2 sessions. Barbara supported each stage with clear instructions & guidance. Cannot wait to do it again.
Kathy Currie - - #8769
Excellent workshop, thoroughly enjoyed this. Barbara and Pam were great.
I was able to learn in a relaxed, friendly environment.
Plenty of materials and designs to choose from. I look forward to similar workshops in the future.
Rehan - - #7815
Lots of help and choice of materials for us all to make our own stained glass suncatchers over 2 sessions.
Rachel Hughes - - #7740
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Course Start Dates
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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