Classes in my workshop
I run occasional classes in fused glass, suitable for beginners or those who have some experience. Beginners use a range of glass frit (granules), confetti, and stringers (threads) to make a design for a window hanging or a small dish. Kiln fibre is used to create texture. I do not normally teach glass cutting in the beginners' class, but cut the square of clear glass (the blank) later, when I put the work in the kiln.
Classes take about three hours, and places are normally limited to a maximum of five, though I fitted in a hen party of seven once with some forward planning.
The cost is £35 per person, including materials, if a group of three book at the same time. If four or five book together, the cost is £30 each. I am happy to run a class at a time to suit you.
I also keep a list of individuals who are interested, and then run a class on a Saturday morning, when there is a date that suits three or four people. These cost £35 per person.
Also, if enough people are interested, I sometimes run full day workshops for those who have some experience, who would like to make a larger piece, or who have a particular idea for a project. The price varies, depending on the number of people, and what they would like to do.