traditional stained glass 

In the traditional stained glass students will learn to use coloured and textured glass to create a beautiful glass window or small suncatcher.

 

In this class, students will learn the basics of stained glass including glass cutting, copper foiling, grinding, 

assembly, soldering and finishing.
2) Students will improve hand dexterity, attention to detail and craftsmanship.

3) Students will learn the importance of color and light, as sunlight will change the color of the glass and create a rainbow refractory through bevels.

4) In Beginner and Intermediate classes, students will utilize one of our designs or patterns.

5) In Advanced classes*, students will learn to create their own patterns or bring in their own designs.

 

*Advanced classes are designed on a case bt case basis to personally fill students' needs.

 

Beginner Class(required)

requires 4-5hrs. 1-4 people per class.

Cost: $150pp+hst

 

Finished project will be a small single piece sun-catcher. All students will create the same designs.

 

Intermediate Class

approx. 5-6hrs. 1-4 people per class.

Cost: $150pp+hst

 

Finished project will be 1-2 sun-catchers or a single picture piece approximately 6"x 8" utilizing bevels a frames.

 

Advanced Class

approx. 12-15 hrs. 1-2 people per class.

Cost: $300*pp+hst

 

Classes usually start at 9:30am and run according to class...with a break for lunch or snacks...we are more than happy to accomodate a different schedule if needed.

 

Cost includes all glass supplies, snacks and coffee or tea. Please bring a bag lunch if needed.

 

 

 

This workshop is a bright and colourful way to decorate your home or create a handcrafted gift for your friends or family. Browse through our patterns and see what you can create...

 

Call today to set up your own special class!

Dates are scheduled on a personal basis.

 

705-387-3085 or 705-783-6163

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