glass fusing courses...

In these uncertain times, a voucher for a course could be the ideal gift solution with a date to be decided in 2021. Find these is the 'Shop' drop down menu.

I missed teaching at Tregarth Studio so much in the strange year of 2020. My students come from all walks of life and from all over the country and I have loved each and every day spent with them passing on the skills I have learnt over the last 15 years.

I have listed dates for 2021 and fingers crossed these will be able to go ahead. If there is any change in the Government guidelines at any time in 2021 then these dates may have to be revised, but please rest assured, that your health and wellbeing are a top priority and the measures we have put in place for workshops to resume have been well thought out to minimise any risk.
In order to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all, bookings for 2021 will be for groups of people from the same household or 'bubble'.  If you would like a whole day's tuition with space to yourself, why not check out my new One to One courses? If you fancy sharing the day, why not ask someone in your bubble or family to join you for a fun day learning something new? Hopefully as the vaccine rates spread across the age groups we will be able to return to mixed groups of students.
We want to ensure that your day spent here at Tregarth Studio is as stress and risk free as possible so each student will be asked to confirm that they have not been in contact with any one with symptoms of Covid 19 or been asked to self isolate in the fortnight before the course date. We want the day to be all about the fascinating world of glass fusing, for you to lose yourself in the creative process and enjoy the lunch too!

I very much look forward to welcoming students back to Tregarth studio for a fun and creatively packed day in 2021.

Come and enjoy a one day introduction to glass fusing in the lovely North Cornish village of Kilkhamton, 5 miles from Bude. The fused glass workshop runs from 9.30am to 4.30pm in our lovely spacious studio.

To book a place, check out the Workshop diary dates and then send a message either using our 'contact page' or send an email to

Amanda is a self taught glass artist who sells to galleries and at craft fairs and was constantly being asked if she taught classes, so she started teaching about 10 years ago and absolutely loves passing on all she has learnt. 'Everyone is creative, we might just need reminding how good creating really feels. We welcome the naturally creative AND those who might need a bit more inspiration - we have designs and ideas aplenty! You just need to bring your enthusiasm, closed in shoes and be prepared for a glassy adventure...'


unleash your creativity...

whats included?

On arrival you will be welcomed with delicious homemade biscuits and refreshments, whilst we cover the our Studio Health and Safety Policies. After a busy morning working on your first project we will stop at 1.00pm for a locally sourced two course lunch made by our resident cordon bleu chef! Some people said 'it was worth coming for the lunch alone!' Please let us know when booking your workshop if you have any dietary requirements, and we will bear these in mind when catering for the day. As well as the lunch and days experience all materials, kiln firings, safety equipment and course booklet are included in the price. After your days experience you will have made a kilncarved cheese/food platter or hanging and a free standing fused glass artwork.

course content..

First project - you will be taught kilncarving; a method using fibre paper to create a design for a clear glass cheese/food plate or hanging. Glass will be slumped onto the design creating a relief print effect. You will then learn how to cut glass, with plenty of practice ready for the afternoon’s project.

Second project...

 Exploring the use of frit, stringers and a gorgeous range of coloured fusing glass, you will create a seaside, abstract or countryside scene. Your finished glass piece will undergo two firings, one to fuse it (12-14 hrs) then a further firing (14-16hrs) to slump it onto a curved shape mould to allow it to free stand on completion. Your glass work can be collected a few days after your course or posted to you with a small addition charge to cover post and packing. (Please be aware if you are using a voucher they charge a booking fee, vat and commission which I do not absorb into the cost of my workshops. Depending on the value of your voucher there may be an addition charge to cover this).

Due to health and safety the age limit is 12 yrs accompanied with a parent/guardian also taking part in the course.

All your creations will be ready for collection in a few days or they can be posted to you if you are unable to collect with a small additional charge to cover post and packing.

how to book?

Please see workshop diary for calendar of course dates available. Send us a message on the contact page or email to ask about availability and booking.