Learn About Fused Glass
Sometimes it is called "fused". Other times "kilnformed" or just "kiln-glass". Occasionally it is even called "warm glass" (though with tempertures often reaching 1500° we're not sure why).
Whatever you call it - here's a description of what it is. »
We are always adding to our library of some of the best, original step-by-step fused glass tutorials for projects and techniques that you'll find anywhere on the web. »
Face-to-face classes with qualified instructors is the best way to learn how to fuse glass. But that isn't always practical - and sometimes we just need a good refresher. Here's where you'll find some of the best fused glass tutorials on the web. »
From "lens cutters" to "linishers" to "lathes" - and a lot of other tools and equipment that don't all start with the letter "L" - here's a visual guide to all the tools you're likely to find in a well equipped glass kilnforming studio. »
The best advice for glass fusing looks a lot like the best advice for life. »
This article reviews some common sense guidelines to help you choose a good studio to begin, or continue, your fused glass education. »
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