In this lesson, we'll show you how the process of powder-colored sheet glass works and create several different sheets of colored glass.
In this lesson, we'll make a plate that illustrates one way to harness the unique qualities of rolled edges. We'll also cover some possible variations.
In this lesson we'll demonstrate how to design and fabricate your own lighting sconce.
In this project-based lesson, you'll learn how to intercut sheet glass rings and circles while making a bowl with Opaline, Clear, and Pine Green glass.
Learn about the characteristics of Cascade sheet glass, methods for cutting narrow strips, and how to make a plate with a chevron design.
In this project-based lesson, we'll work with a streaky sheet glass style called Petrified Wood, which contains a unique combination of reactive glasses that develop with heatwork
In this lesson, you'll learn about the basic features of drop-out molds and the kinds of pieces you can create with them. You’ll also learn how viscosity and other variables affect glass during the slump.
Clear powder with iridescent sheet glass can be a powerful design tool. Learn what you can achieve by firing clear powder in contact with iridescent coatings.
Bubbles of trapped air are a perfectly natural phenomenon when working with kilnformed glass. Learn what causes large bubbles and ways to help prevent them
In this lesson, you will learn what kinds of imagery are best suited to the hand-cut stencil method, the process of preparing the image on vinyl, transferring it to the screen, and how to clean up materials when you're finished
Opaline sheet glass has great potential to expand the color palette in kilnforming because it has the ability to create new colors with distinct properties. Learn more about using Opaline in this lesson.
In this lesson, learn to create a broad array of hues for use in kiln-glass projects by firing two different colors of sheet glass together.