New Year 2022 and first video on cutting glass

The Autumn Workshops and Courses and short Video how to cut glass.

 

The New Year 2022 see’s my first ‘How to’ video hit YouTube, not expecting to be an overnight sensation, more of a reminder for people who’ve attended workshops. Please Check it out. 

COURSES: I have spaces on the Wednesday Morning course and a Copper Foiling 4 week short course, do have a look, new skills and fun for 2022.

WORKSHOPS for the next three months booked up super fast, as Christmas present experiences I believe. There is space on the Introduction to Copper foiling on the 2nd April. 

It was a very busy creative autumn with lots of beautiful glass panels, sun-catchers and Christmas decorations made. The slide shows a range of work from the Copper foiling 4 week short course, Introduction to Copper Foiling workshop and Stained glass for beginners workshops.

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Don’t forget, the Wednesday morning course starting on 16th February.

Do contact for more information or with any questions.

And do have a watch of:

How to cut stained glass – Sharon Campbell

I may make more…..what do you think? 

New Stained Glass courses for 2020

Stained glass courses and workshops in Manchester – New dates for 2020

Come and learn a new skill and create your own stained glass panels. During the short winter months be up-lifted by the beauty and colour of glass,  whilst learning how to design your own pattern, cut and lead glass and solder the panel.

Courses are 9 weeks long on a Monday evening or a Wednesday morning, with only 4 people giving plenty of quality time with the tutor, that’s me.

There are also workshops held on the weekends, Stained glass for beginners and Introduction to Copper Foiling.

Have a look at the slide show to see some work in progress and previous stained glass made during courses. Some is made by people who have returned for a second course. The courses are also suitable for beginners with no previous experience, just a willingness to have ago.

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Autumn and Winter Stained glass workshops

Stained glass workshops – Space this weekend and in November and December

Watch out for new courses and workshop dates for 2020. A little New year creativity or great Christmas gifts for friends and loved ones.  Contact me to be added to the mailing list and be kept up to date.

Or get creative now with glass, spaces on the Stained glass for beginners weekend workshops, 19th – 20th October, 16th & 17th November.

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Stained glass beginners Weekend workshop

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Weekend beginners workshop

Also, Christmas themed Introduction to Copper Foiling workshop on Sunday 24th November and Saturday 14th December.

Contact me to book or I’m happy to answer any questions you may have.

 

It’s a wrap! 2018

On this, the shortest dark day, I am calling ‘time’ on a beautiful colourful Stained Glass 2018.

I’m looking forward to 2019 with more amazing stained glass panels being made, and a new daytime class too, and of course the longer lighter days.

In the meantime, I would like to wish everyone a Happy and Peaceful festive season, with maybe one to many mince pies! I do love mince pies.

There are still a few spaces available on the Introduction to Copper Foiling and the Monday evening class, if anyone wants to join, please do pop me an email and it can be organised by the New Year.

Here are the last few finished stained glass panels of 2018 (not polished or fitted yet) brightening up the day.

sdrHelen GlassTracey glassTina copper foil 2

New Courses and Workshops for the New Year 2019

Christmas and the New Year 2019 are around the corner with a host of new workshops and courses to do in Stained glass or Copper Foiling.

Including a NEW DAYTIME course on a Wednesday morning!

The Monday Evening course will be running as usual, with Stained glass for beginners weekend workshops in February and March.

Have a look at the selection of pictures showing work being made by people attending the workshops and the beautiful finished creations.

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