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Stained glass garden panel workshop - Titchfield

Duration: One day (10am-3pm)

Price: £120

Book with: Rachel
at Swanwick Studio

The Tanneries, Unit 5c
East Street, Titchfield
PO14 4AR

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About the Course

This is a newly added listing by demand -

Stained glass workshop in Hampshire for beginners & intermediates creating your very own glass & lead garden panel.

Come along and have a fabulous & creative glassy day, making yourself a unique stained glass slim line panel.

On the day you shall then be shown how to cut glass & lead came to size using the traditional methods, set your design into a wooden jig, then solder into position.

There's always plenty of glass colours & textures to choose from to fit any colour schemes.

4 students per class ensures lots of help is at hand.
Refreshments provided throughout the day but please bring your own lunch.

All workshops start at 10am & finish approx 3pm.

All workshops run by Rachel from Swanwick Studio at The Tanneries, Titchfield with ample free parking on site.

For your convenience if you’d like to share this experience with three other friends then please liaise with me & we’ll organise a non-advertised date for you to all to come together.

Please be advised that the studio is up one flight of stairs with no wheelchair access.

The workshop involves soldering so is not suitable for pregnant women.

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?

All materials
Use of tools

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Course Start Dates

Saturday 8th February 2020
Sunday 9th February 2020
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Suitable for beginners

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