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How to Make Simulated Turquoise Using Fused Glass

Fused Glass Tutorial

Today I’ll be sharing how I make simulated Turquoise that I use for making cabochons and more. This can be cut up to make cabochons or sliced into pieces and incorporated into other fused glass projects.

The technique I use to make this isn’t complicated but there are a few considerations that you need to keep in mind.

You will need just your glass kiln, the relevant glass or frit, and some way to dam up the glass into a slab.

The video description contains links to related videos, a chapters list with time stamps, and links to more resources.

I hope you find it useful and it helps you improve your skills.

Video Tutorial Making Turquoise

Author: Jeff

Jeff's interest range from anything to do with science, the arts, philosophy, writing and much more. He is really a jack-of-all-trades, and probably master of none. However, working with glass and the arts are probably his main passion.

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