With the right mix of different colored and sized glass frit you can create glass that looks like stone. This tutorial is light on steps and big on choices with 18 different recipes for stones that look both real and fanciful! »
This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to make pendants that don't need jewelry findings or drilled holes in order to hang them on a chain or cord. This project works great in any sized kiln - including a small "hot-box" style kiln. »
What do you get when you apply powders to real plants and then let the greenery burn away in the kiln? This technique first appeared in a Glass Craftsman magazine tutorial by Paul Tarlow and remains a favorite among FusedGlass.Org visitors. »
This may be one of the easiest tutorials we've ever provided - but don't let that fool you. Our fused glass "puddles" will get your mind racing with endless possibilities. For this tutorial, you'll need only the basics - some glass, a kiln, and not much else! »
Layering iridized glass can be tricky because iridized surfaces will not fuse to each other. With a little clever sandblasting, though, you can create some spectacular designs! For this tutorial, you'll need iridized glass, some masking materials, and a sandblaster. »
If you are looking for a technique that is unlike anything you've seen before - and that produces work that is equally original - this tutorial is for you. For this tutorial, you'll need an extra kiln shelf and a sense of adventure. Curious? »
This step-by-step Tutorial will show you how to make a thick, gorgeous bowl using only small pieces of scrap glass. We wrote this article for Glass Craftsman magazine where it originally appeared. All you'll need is a kiln (or course!), some scrap glass and a tile saw. »
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