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Two Day Stained Glass Starter Course at North Norfolk Stained Glass

Duration: Two day (9:00am-5:00pm)

Price: £165

Run by: Natalie Bullock
at North Norfolk Stained Glass


Woodmill Lodge
Brewery Road
North Walsham
NR28 0PX

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About the Course

The leaded light / stained glass window course is aimed at beginners and those who have had some experience and wish to improve. Numbers are limited to three people per course to maintain good quality teaching. If after the course you decide to take it up as a hobby, get the equipment, start a project and get stuck with something, you are always welcome to visit the workshop to work your ideas through.

A comprehensive introduction to making stained glass windows using over 500 years of method. All of the stages are covered from start to completion –

Learn to cut glass accurately in both straight lines and curves.
Principles of panel design.
Gently testing and manageable project designs are provided.
Choose your colours and textures of glass, then cut the glass for your panel.
‘Leading up’ – learn about the different types, widths and profiles of lead and assemble your panel, utilising the correct tools.
Soldering the lead joints, then cementing and polishing the panel. Done!

Maximum number of students on one course is three to ensure quality one-to-one tuition.

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?

Inclusive of use of tools, materials, refreshments and a lunch per person per day.

Want to review this course?

What a fascinating course! Thoroughly enjoyed the 2 full days, and learned so much! Wonderful hosts, plenty of tea and a lovely friendly atmosphere. Cant wait for the next one ☺

- - #17239

A fantastic course, I had a thoroughly enjoyable time. Paul & Natalie are great tutors and make you feel at ease and encourage you throughout the whole process, even the scary soldering bit! It was lovely to have a relaxed atmosphere and a small group (there were two of us) so there was plenty of help available. Plenty of tea and a lovely lunch and an amazing setting ( we did manage to see a couple of hares too). Thoroughly recommended!

- - #14424

Response from North Norfolk Stained Glass:

Hi Jo,
It was a lovely two days - we enjoyed it just as much as Andrea and yourself did! You created some fantastic pieces and we’d love to share them on our Craft Courses page, if that’s okay with you? :)

We look forward to hearing from you in the future and hope to see you soon! :)

Best wishes,
Paul & Natalie

A fabulous two day course hosted by stained glass artists Paul and Natalie.
I attended with my friend and there was just the two of us so we were lucky to have the full attention of tutor Paul who was incredibly patient and encouraging. He is passionate about his work which was evident in the way he taught us.
He and Natalie were very friendly and welcomed us into their home providing endless mugs of tea and a tasty lunch! At the end of the weekend we were both thrilled to have produced a lovely panel of stained glass. We are now both really keen to continue to make stained glass and have already been recommending the course to friends.

- - #12360

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Course Start Dates

Saturday 19th January 2019
Saturday 26th January 2019
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Suitable for events & groups
  • Teen friendly

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