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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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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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.
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Don’t you just love fused glass pattern bars? They are so versatile. You can slice them up and use them in so many projects. And the possible patterns are endless.
This post shows how I made a simple red, white and blue pattern bar.
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