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Mesh Melt, I Think, Using Scrappy Mesh! Fused Glass Tutorial

Pot Melt Pattern Bar

This glass fusing tutorial starts a bit dodgy, and ends up …😀 Follow me as I use a dodgy bit of steel mesh to try and create a pattern bar. You’ll love it, or at least have a laugh.

The video tutorial includes the design, materials, and equipment information, the full fuse to make the pattern bar and the final review.

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Stack It! Fuse It! Love It? Fused Glass Project Tutorial

Fused Glass Project

This glass fusing project tutorial is all about stacking glass and making a Japanese bowl. The technique is not hard but results in a beautiful piece.

The video tutorial includes the design, materials, and equipment information, as well as cutting the odd-shaped glass, plus coldworking with a grinder and sandblasting. Finally, I cover the full fusing, fire polishing, and glass slumping.

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Amazing Iridised and Dichroic Platter. Fused Glass Project Tutorial

Iridised Platter Project

In this tutorial, we’ll be making a platter using iridised and dichroic glass. The technique is one I especially love as I’m sure you will.

The video tutorial includes the design, materials, and equipment information, as well as cutting the glass with a ring saw, and coldworking including sandblasting, fusing, fire polishing, and slumping.

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Flow Bowl? Skip The Bar! Fused Glass Project Tutorial

Fused Glass Flow Bar Project

Skip the flow bar, or pattern bar if you prefer. Go straight to the fused glass bowl. In this glass fusing project tutorial, I’ll be making a beautiful bowl using flow bar techniques.

The video tutorial includes the design, materials, and equipment information, as well as cutting the glass with a ring saw, and coldworking including sandblasting, fusing, fire polishing, and slumping.

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Strange Spoon Rest!? Fused Glass Project Tutorial

Fused Glass Spoon Rest Pattern

Is this really a spoon rest? I’m not sure but I’m using it in this glass fusing project as a mould to make a fused glass spoon rest. The glass I’m using is something I had fused up previously, waiting for a suitable project.

In this video tutorial, I’ll work through checking whether a stainless item is suitable for a glass fusing mould, cutting glass with a ring saw, and slumping the glass into the mould.

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Wow! I Really Like This One. Fused Glass Bowl Project Tutorial

Fused Glass Bowl Tutorial

This time, in this glass fusing project, I’ll be making a fused glass Japanese bowl using slices from that pattern bar I made a little while ago. In that video, see here, you see me slicing it into 6mm slices on a repurposed tile saw.

In this video, I take those slices and incorporate them as the central feature of a beautiful bowl. Hope you enjoy it.

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Score, Snap! Oops! Things to Cut Glass With, Glass Fusing Stuff

Cutting Glass

Yep, if you’re a glass fuser, you need to cut glass. As do most glass artists. A bit obvious, right? So what do you use? In this video, I’ll be showing you what I use to cut glass for my fused glass projects.

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Let’s Finish that Drop Vase, Cutting the Rim Off, Project Tutorial

Drop Vase

I’ll be cutting the rim off that troublesome drop vase in this fused glass tutorial. Glass fusing can be trying at the best of times, but this project has tested me more than usual. The glass cutting method I finally used worked well, but there were a few problems along the way.

Stay with me as I finally, finally finish off that drop vase.

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Fused Glass Drop Vase, Third Attempt…SUCCESS or FAILURE?? Project Tutorial

Fused Glass Drop Vase Tutorial

Did it work? This is my third attempt at making a fused glass drop vase. If you watched the other two tutorial videos they ended in rather spectacular failures. The first was a total flop. If you watched the video you’ll know what I mean. In the second tutorial, the end was explosive.

Well, I’ve tried to take lessons from the previous failures and do it again. Did it work or not? Watch the video to find out.

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Fused Glass Pattern Bar Project

Fused Glass Pattern Bar Project

In this fused glass tutorial, we’ll be making a pattern bar. I have a project in mind and for that, I need a pattern bar for the feature. In glass fusing, you’re often looking for a feature central to the project, and pattern bars provide a great solution. This one will be green in theme and with a random pattern.

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From Fused Glass Cabochons to Stud Earrings, Fused Glass Project

Fused Glass Stud Earrings

Some time ago I made a video showing how to make simple fused glass cabochons with some ideas for using them in fused glass jewellery. In this video glass fusing project tutorial, I’m showing you how we take those cabs and make them into simple stud earrings.

If you want to see how I made the cabs this video on YouTube will help.

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Wow! A Fused Glass Drop Vase to Remember, Fused Glass Tutorial

Drop Out Vase

Yes, this is my second go at making a fused glass drop vase using a ring mould. The first didn’t work out very well, but this one may.

In this video, I’m using another failed project as the base glass. This is then decorated and fused into the main price of fused glass that will be used to slump through the drop mould.

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