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Exciting news...!

Situated in Higher Bockhampton just outside Dorchester (and close to Thomas Hardy's Cottage!), my lovely new studio is now up and running with workshops to suit all

'Pick & Stick' Fused Glass Workshops

Come and have some fun making your very own works of glass art

£40 Per Person

You will use crushed glass (frit), strands of glass (stringers), murrini (glass flowers) and small pieces of glass to make up to 3 of the following:

  • glass candle arc or wave

  • handkerchief tealight holders

  • square tea light holders

  • coaster

  • small wall hanging

  • flower hearts/circles


Time permitting, additional pieces may be made at a cost of £10 per item.


The cost will include all materials and up to 2 firings in the kiln. Your work will be ready for collection from the workshop roughly 10-14 days later (postage can also be arranged at extra cost). Hot & cold drinks are included.


The workshops are suitable for ages 10 and above and no previous experience of working with glass is required! A minimum booking of 2 and a maximum of 6 people will be required to run the workshop.

A £10 non-refundable deposit per person is required to secure your place. A refund will only be issued should I need to cancel the class. If you need to cancel you will be liable for full payment unless 1 calendar months’ notice is given in which case the full fee (minus deposit) will be refunded to you.

Please email to request dates/arrange a workshop


Beginners Fused Glass Evening Class

The course will consist of 6 sessions: the first 5 sessions will consist of making

something each week whilst using a different technique.

The final week will be working on a personal project using any/all of the techniques you have learnt.

Starting Wednesday 15 September 19:00-21:00

£300 inclusive of all materials and use of tools/equipment


(extra dates can be added with sufficient demand)


The studio is reasonably spacious enabling a certain amount of social distancing but there will inevitably be times when this is difficult; you may wish to bring your own facemask with you to minimise any risk.



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