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Basic Glass Fusing: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started

Basic Glass Fusing: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started

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by Lynn Haunstein
     
 

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The latest title in Stackpole's bestselling Basics series, this book presents a fun, growing trend in glass craftsWhat type of glass to use and how to cut it; how to work with a kiln from setup to project completion; how to make your own molds and glass accentsInstructions and full-size patterns for 18 projects: bowls, vases, plates, windchimes, candleholders, and

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The latest title in Stackpole's bestselling Basics series, this book presents a fun, growing trend in glass craftsWhat type of glass to use and how to cut it; how to work with a kiln from setup to project completion; how to make your own molds and glass accentsInstructions and full-size patterns for 18 projects: bowls, vases, plates, windchimes, candleholders, and moreIllustrated with hundreds of step-by-step photos, a gallery of inspiring projects, and a list of glass fusing resources

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780811709880
Publisher:
Stackpole Books
Publication date:
09/01/2012
Series:
How To Basics
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
524,492
Product dimensions:
10.80(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Lynn Haunstein is the owner of Rainbow Vision Stained Glass. She lives in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

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Basic Glass Fusing: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The projects discussed and interesting and pretty. I have found the fusing schedules to be very helpful as a novice glass artist. The pictures are excellent and detailed in great color. I especially liked the colored pictures of how to cut out odd shapes one may encounter that you may think are only done with a ring saw. I keep the book handy near the kiln as I input the firing schedule as it service as a great reference.