Glass Fusing for Beginners - 22/6 & 5/7

Glass Fusing for Beginners - 22/6 & 5/7

Regular price £45.00 Sale

Price is per item and includes VAT.

Leader:  Bethany Walker of BEW Studios

Duration:              3 hours

Venue: Coastal Craft Collective, 10 Marine Place, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2QL

During this half day workshop you will learn the basics of glass fusing, which will enable you to go on and make two decorative glass coasters and a beautiful sun catcher for yourself or as a gift.

Topics covered:
  • How to cut glass
  • A variety of glass fusing techniques
  • How to assemble glass for firing
  • How to design with glass for your individual projects
You will practice first on some plain glass then get to choose from a wide range of coloured glass for your pieces.

This class is suitable for beginners, over 16+ only.


The price of the class includes tea or coffee, tuition, use of equipment and all the materials you need to make 2 coasters and 1 sun catcher. If you have time and would like to make an additional item, there will be an extra charge to cover the cost of the materials.

Bethany is happy to run her classes with 2 or more people, if we only get one booking, we will cancel the session and offer the person booked a place on an alternate day or a full refund, which ever they prefer.

After the class all items will be taken away and fired in a kiln and will be ready for collection or postage for £4, usually a week to 10 days after the class.

If the shop is closed when you arrive and the door is locked, please ring the bell and we'll come and let you in.

Bethany is a glass artist based in Lyme Regis. She studied BA Contemporary Crafts at Falmouth Univeristy and MA Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art in London. She enjoys helping others develop their own creative ideas within glass and passing on her knowledge and skills.

If you would prefer to buy some ready made fused glass pieces, we have a wide range in different styles displayed in our shop and on our website. They include beautiful, handmade items by Glass Relief, Dreya Glass & Lesley Cross.